Temecula California's Jewelry and Coin Store
Two Coins in a Fountain
In February, the Royal Canadian Mint stopped distribution of Canada’s one-cent piece. While consumers may still use any pennies they have, the government instructed merchants to begin rounding to the nearest nickel. To celebrate the penny, the currency museum at Canada’s central bank unveiled a new mural consisting of nearly 16,000 one-cent pieces.
Despite this change in currency the content or weight in gold and silver still holds it value when shopping for gold and jewelry. Gems N' Loans Temecula has been serving the Riverside County for some time now, and can very well be the alternative you've been looking for.