MA-Shops Opens US Office

Posted on 4/24/2019

The move strengthens collaboration for US and European numismatic markets.

MA-Shops.com, the world’s most trusted numismatic marketplace, announced the opening of its first US office. This global expansion strengthens MA-Shops' capacity to connect US buyers and sellers with its well-established European market. Headquartered in Germany, the new office is located in Sarasota, Florida.

“The decision to open a second office in the United States was a logical step to better serve our US clients, and to meet the growing demand for our marketplace and service,” said Joachim Schwiening, CEO, MA-Shops. “Our European buyers and sellers have also been asking for more exposure to the US market. While many options exist, they trust our brand and attention to customer service.”

David Lawrence Rare & Certified Coins and Harlan J. Berk are among the US Certified Dealers with a store on MA-Shops.

“Thanks to our presence in Sarasota, MA-Shops can establish closer ties with our US clients and is better positioned to introduce our marketplace to future US buyers and sellers,” said Kathy Bender, US Business Development Manager, MA-Shops.

Visit MA-Shops.com to select from more than 1 million collectibles offered by Certified Dealers from around the world. To learn more about becoming a Certified Dealer on MA-Shops, email bender@ma-shops.com or call (941) 210-2677 for more information.

About MA-Shops

MA-Shops.com, the world’s most trusted numismatic marketplace, was founded in 2005 by Joachim Schwiening, MA-Shops CEO. Their vibrant collections of curated ancient, US, and world coins, medals, banknotes, militaria and antiquities are offered by Certified Dealers. Shop conveniently and confidently knowing every items is authentic, guaranteed, and supported by MA-Shops and Certified Dealers.

For more information, contact Kathy Bender at bender@ma-shops.com or call (941) 210-2677.

This is a guest article. The thoughts and opinions in the piece are those of their author and are not necessarily the thoughts of the Certified Collectibles Group.


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