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Incorporated and Our Sign For Portsmouth Coins & Currency Co

It is official, I am now co-owner of Portsmouth Coin & Currency Co. We signed the corporation papers and bought our shares. We decided an S Corporation was the best choice for a partnership business.

I have been managing Leading Lady Numismatic Coin Shop, in this same location, for 14 months. So it was an easy choice to stay in this location and our new lessee Franklin Gerlach was agreeable and completely supportive of our efforts.

Above is my Photoshop version of what the sign might look like. I sent that image as a proof to get an estimate for the sign. We know the green has to go eventually but that’s for another day. The sign is our priority since the old shop never had one.

Here’s what I envision for the color; gray seems to work well with the sign and the yellow lettering will be removed.

We have been and are currently open for business. We buy, sell, trade and appraise coins, collections and numismatic estates and our Portsmouth Ohio’s only full time coin dealer.

We currently have items for sell up at ebay Portsmouth Coin & Currency Auctions

Read how it all started Here

Portsmouth Coin & Currency Co
614 Chillicothe Street
Portsmouth, Ohio 45662
740-354-COIN (2646)

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