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05/01/12Provided by Citysearch
Placed a special order with deposit. Called several times and was told they would check and get back to me. They never did.
Over 8 weeks after the order, I found the gun online and called Hyatt's yet again. After they tried to tell me the online store didn't have the gun, I told them I had confirmed with the store that they did. Their response was ""fine we can cancel the order and you can get it from them""....which is what I did! (And got a much better price to boot!)
Only positive thing I can say is that my deposit was refunded quickly without hassle.
Will never do business with them.
The Oldest Coin Shop in Charlotte
- General Info
- Hyatt Coin Shop was started in 1959 by William (Bill) E. Hyatt, retired Staff Sergeant of the U.S. Army. Coin collecting had been a passion of his, and his two sons Larry and Terry Hyatt would help him search bags and rolls as well as travel to the nation's capitol to pick up bags of Morgan Silver Dollars in the 1960's. The Hyatt Coin Shop was successful due to Bill's hard work and passion for the hobby, and soon began to expand. Part of the expansion of the store was due to the addition of other product lines - namely Firearms. In the purchase of a large coin collection that Bill Hyatt made, there were included some old Winchester Shotguns. After researching the guns and becoming interested in the history of Firearms, Bill obtained the necessary licenses to engage in the trade of firearms, and soon the business began to boom. Larry Hyatt, Bill's oldest son, came into the Coin & Gun business and took the business to much higher levels. Larry now runs the store, and Bill still frequently works in the coin department. Under Larry's management the store has expanded to over 200,000 square feet, and has become one of the largest gun stores on the east coast. The coin shop is still going strong, and Larry has enriched its inventory over the years, giving his customers a wide variety of coins to view and add to their collections. Terry Hyatt, the younger of Bill's two sons, worked in the store for quite a few years, specializing in military collectibles, before moving about an hour outside of Charlotte to run his father's Cattle Farm. Many fine military collectibles are still bought and sold at Hyatt Coin & Gun Shop. Larry's youngest son, Mitch Hyatt, has recently come into the business, and has renovated the coin department, expanding it to reflect the renewed interest in the hobby spurred by the Statehood Quarters and rising metals prices. Adding active Want Lists and some Consignments to the Coin Shop's list of activities, Mitch has created a more fluid coin shop where inventory rotates often and the coins desired by customers are quickly found. Mitch is a graduate of the American Numismatic Association's Grading and Counterfeit Detection programs, and can help you find the coins that meet the exact standards that you desire. ANA Life Member# L-3124159 The advent of the internet-age promises to bring more changes, and we look forward to serving you better with each visit to our store or website. One of the largest Coin Shops in the Carolinas, Hyatt's is able to purchase collections of all sizes, and the trio of Bill, Larry, and Mitch Hyatt have the expertise to accurately appraise all collections and pay top dollar to those interested in selling. Whether you are looking to buy, sell, or just learn about coins, we welcome the opportunity to serve you both here in our store and through our website.
- Extra Phones
- Regular Hours
Mon - Fri: Sat: Sun Closed
- Guns & Gunsmiths, Safes & Vaults
- Payment Options
- Westerly Hills Shopping Ctr
- Ashley Park
- Other Information
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes