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Capstone Coin and Bullion, LLC

Andy Thomaston began his career in the coin business at the age of 13, working for his dad in his coin shoppe until the age of 37. During this time, he studied, bought and sold coins. He has a love for the history of the United States coins. Holding one of these coins is fascinating because it is like holding a piece of history in your hands.

He has now opened his own coin shop in the Tuscaloosa area. He is an expert coin appraiser here to serve you!  He will evaluate your coin collection, scrap gold or silver and make you a fair and competitive offer relative to the current market. 

Being connected with a vast network of dealers allows us to pay you top dollar for your coins, gold, silver and collectibles. We can also help you complete your coin sets with coins available to us through our network of dealers.


About Us

We Are Your Morgan Silver Dollar Specialist

We specialize in Morgan Silver Dollars minted by the United States from 1878 to 1904 and then again in 1921. These old silver dollars circulated during the “Wild West” and are considered to be some of the most beautiful coins ever minted by the United States for circulation.

The coin was designed by George T. Morgan in 1878. Instead of the usual Greek style figure to represent Liberty, Morgan uses and American woman named Anna Willess Williams. Production of the coin began on March 11, 1878. The first acceptable strike was coined at 3:17 p.m. at the Philadelphia mint and was given to President Rutherford B. Hayes.

We are strong buyers for the Carson City Morgan dollars housed in black GSA boxes lined with blue felt lining. These were released for sale to the public on October 31, 1972 and were romanticized to be “The Coins Jesse James Never Got”.

Although we specialize in Morgan silver dollars, we have extensive knowledge and are strong buyers for all U.S. coins.

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You can send us a message here to request an appointment or ask a questions. We will respond asap. Thank you. 

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