Are you looking to make a bit of extra money by selling gold and silver? Maybe you’ve invested in some bullion and want to trade it in, or you have gold and silver lying around the house and you want to declutter and make some money.
As the storefront of the Great Canadian Roadshow, we have earned ourselves a reputation built on trust and integrity, and everyone knows that we’re the ones to go to when you want your stuff evaluated. Read More
Have you become interested in the world of antiques and collectables and want to be a part of it? Perhaps you’re also looking for a way to make some extra money on the side. Read More
It’s October, and you know what that means – Halloween is almost here! Tons of people will be celebrating, whether by dressing up or decorating their homes in homage to all things scary and creepy. Read More
Kitco News recently published an article where they went over some important insights made by Mad Money’s Jim Cramer about why more people should buy and sell gold. Read More
Have you inherited old and broken jewellery, or do you have old pieces that you’ve collected over the years that you no longer have any use for? Read More
Muzeum isn’t just a place to sell gold in Toronto: you can also bring in your vintage toys and collectables for a free evaluation to see how much they are worth. Read More
The Great Canadian Roadshow (GCR) and our Muzeum storefront in Toronto
have over a decade of experience appraising and buying your gold coins, bullion, and jewellery. In fact, we’ve paid out over 25 million dollars to the general public all across Canada – and that doesn’t even account for our travels in Europe and Asia!
War memorabilia (or militaria, as it’s often referred to) is collected by people who are interested in history, especially in regards to past wars that shaped nations and/or the entire world. Read More
Since 2010, the GCR has become a full-fledged company that travels across North America, Europe, and Asia, looking for unique collectables that are full of history and have a story to tell. From large cities to remote rural locations, the GCR leaves no stone unturned and is driven by its leader’s passion for unearthing objects that represent the generations before us – sometimes even finding collectables that are over 100 years old. Read More