Liberty Coin Service has enjoyed exceptionally heavy customer traffic this past two weeks. However, beginning Monday, March 23 for at least one week we are implementing precautions to reduce the risk of our staff and customers contracting the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease, which could lead to the closure of operations.
Beginning Monday, March 23, we will only staff half of our customer service stations in order to provide 6 feet of social distance between our customers. As a result, we will limit the number of customers in our showroom to four people. We encourage the public to call Liberty ahead of time to (517) 351-4720 or toll-free to (800) 933-4720 to schedule an appointment. Customers with appointments will be served before other walk-in traffic.
With these precautions in place, we anticipate that Liberty will be able to continue normal hours of operation.
Through diligent work, Liberty Coin Service has been able to receive shipments of many products ordered by customers sooner than expected. If we have not already called you about the availability of your order, you can call us at (517) 351-4720 or toll-free at (800) 933.4720 to check and to schedule a pick-up appointment.
With these temporary precautions to protect the health of our staff and our valued customers, we hope that Liberty Coin Service will be able to resume normal operations as soon as possible. However, with uncertainty about the spread of the coronavirus, customer service plans could change upon short notice. We will post updates as they occur.
Frequently-honored Liberty Coin Service, founded in 1971, is Michigan’s largest rare coin and precious metals dealership. The company provides important but often little-reported information to customers, subscribers and the general public in its monthly newsletter, Liberty’s Outlook posted at www.libertycoinservice.com, in LCS Communications Officer Patrick A. Heller’s weekly columns posted at NumismaticNews.net and other websites, and in Heller’s radio commentaries on Wednesday and Friday mornings on 1320-AM WILS under the title of “Things You ‘Know’ That Just Aren’t So, And Important News You Need To Know.” Liberty Coins, as it is known locally, has been located in Lansing’s Frandor Shopping Center since 1975.