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Calgary Coin Gallery, run by Robert Kokotailo, offers a wide selection Canadian coins and paper money as well as ancient, medieval and modern coins from around the world.


The Alberta Government ordered all non-essential businesses closed until further notice. There is an exemption for businesses that provide liquidity to people, which I do when I purchase their gold, silver and coin collections, but that does not allow me to sell to the public. For now I am closed to the public but am arranging for a health barrier to be installed and once it is place (perhaps next week) I will open by appointment only but only to buy gold and silver (other types of coins will have to wait until this is all over). I will post here when I have things in place.

The website is not affected so I am accepting and shipping orders. I have lots of time on my hands which I am using for cataloging and listing. As I update sections I will list them below:

Canadian 5 cent
Canadian 1 cents

World coins, A to C
World coins, D to F
World coins, G to H
United States.

calgary coin shop

1404 Centre Street SE
Calgary, AB.

Just south of the Calgary Tower

Map and contact


(403) 266-5262

The Store is temporarily closed until further notice.

The website remains open.


Calgary Coin News is a yahoo group I use to announce upcoming shows I will be attending, major website updates, and other news I feel may be relevant collectors who follow this website. I am the only one allowed to post to it so but please feel free to join if this is of interest to you. You will need a yahoo group membership to join. The title above is a link to sign up page.

I buy all types of gold and silver coins and bars but reserve the right to limit quantities of bullion I will purchase at any one time. For large quantities please call ahead. I sometimes buy scrap gold jewelry if time permits but the time consuming process of assessing the jewelry and filing the required police reports means I can only do so if the store is not busy. I purchase larger silver items such as flatware sets, but not silver jewelry. I do not buy or sell any type of silver or gold bullion through the mail.

I keep only limited cash on hand so for transactions over a few hundred dollars I will have to pay by cheque. I am licensed in the City of Calgary and follow the city bylaws requiring me to file a police report on all purchases, which require the seller to provide two pieces of identification, one of which must be a government issued photo ID (driver's license, passport, etc), with the other something official but need not have a photo (heath care, credit card, etc). You must also provide proof of your address which may be on one of the ID's, but could be a piece of mail addressed to you, and you will be required to sign the report prior to payment being made. If you cannot provide the required ID, or are unwilling to sign the report, I cannot buy your items.

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