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Visit us in Lebanon, Monday-Friday 9:00 am.-5:00 p.m.; Saturday 9:00 am.-1:00 p.m.
No appointment is needed. If you’re ready to sell, we’ll make you an offer!
We always try to understand the needs of our clients and always strive to meet them. Whether you’re looking to sell a rare coin collection or are seeking a reliable source for cash for gold, when you do business with us you can expect us to take pride in being honest, and strive to be reliable and representative of family values.
If you’re looking for a treasure for yourself or as a gift, you’ll find a wide array of expertly selected fine and vintage costume jewelry, coins, collectibles and antiques.
At All County we buy and sell jewelry, scrap gold and silver, collectibles and more – and we buy at Lebanon’s highest prices. Our buying process is completely transparent: we share the exact value of each item, and make sure it’s easily understood by the customer. We do not hide information or try to confuse clients. We are proud to be regarded as a trusted, reputable and honest dealer who pays top dollar in the business.
All County specializes in estate sales. Don’t cross your fingers that an auctioneer will get you what you deserve for the possessions you’ve collected over a lifetime. All County will evaluate your entire estate and give you top dollar without the hassles of an auction. Call us to make an appointment and we’ll come to you.
Terry Breidenstine, Jr. fell in love with antiques and collectibles as child, when he visited yard sales, flea markets and auctions with his father. At age 16 he began purchasing and pricing items to sell at local markets, auctions and shows. Today he is regarded as a trusted local expert who provides appraisals for area auctioneers and appraisers. He also provides his services for appraisal shows hosted by organizations including the Schaefferstown Historical Society, Mount Gretna Historical Society and the Salvation Army.
Timothy Hoover has been part of All County for nearly five years. A Lebanon County native with a degree in business economics from Loyola University, he has developed an expansive knowledge of antiques, jewelry and coins.