Top-rated Truman Company offers trusted, personalized services for all rare coins and precious metals needs

The only 5-star Google-rated coin store in the Twin Cities offers services dealing with rare coins, precious metals and everything in-between.

 

If it's gold, silver or old, Roger Westerling will know its history and value. 

Since establishing Truman Company in Roseville in 2010, Westerling has been one of the leading rare coin and precious metals dealers in the Twin Cities. 

He and his staff buy and sell numismatic coins, bullion, paper currency and scrap gold. Silver jewelry, foreign coins and select collectables are also all fair game. If the value is there, he says they'll buy anything.

Why take your valuable possessions to Westerling? He works to provide the area with quality, respectful appraisals you might not get elsewhere, working to build lasting relationships with everyone who comes in.

"We do business and treat people the right way," Westerling says. "It's all about taking care of people and giving them a fair price."

That respect can be seen in the shop's success. Truman Company has the only 5-star Google rating in the area and an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Additionally, the dealers are licensed through the state of Minnesota for each customer's security.

With hundreds of weekly Google hits – in addition to its successful eBay business – Truman Company has taken advantage of its online presence and is able to reach thousands of customers and dealers from all around the country.

For Westerling, coins are a family business of sorts. His interest began at the age of 17, when he started learning the trade from his uncle Truman, whom the company is named after. He found his career right from the beginning, and for the past 40 years Westerling has been collecting, trading and selling coins. 

He says the history and variety of the items keep him coming back every day. 

"Most days are pretty fun," Westerling says, "because you really don't know what's going to happen."

In addition to the standard coins and metals he sees, Westerling says he also works with many people dealing with estates and family-owned items. When customers don't want inherited lamps or jewelry, the Truman Company does. 

No matter the object being appraised, bought or sold, Truman Company's success in customer satisfaction and return business is due to the trust and honesty it works to build.  

For those who are looking to have their collections appraised, inquire about family estates or simply learn more about rare coins and precious metals, Truman Company is ready to help. 

"I just want to do things the right way," Westerling said. "That's all I want to – just buy and sell coins and make people happy."

 

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