When Greg Olson opened the doors of Treasure Island Coins in 1976, he brought his lifelong passion for coin collecting and metal detecting to Fargo, North Dakota. Since then, Treasure Island has grown into the largest bullion dealer in the region, while remaining a family owned, family ran business. Treasure Island Coins is committed to educating our clients about precious metals and providing our clients with the most competitive pricing we can offer. We take pride in our superior customer service. At our core, we simply believe in honesty and transparency. Today we are a full service precious metals and numismatic coin shop. We offer modern and old collectible coins, as well as bullion from government and private mints world wide. In 2010, Christopher Olson opened Dakota Depository at the same physical location as Treasure Island Coins. Dakota Depository offers state of the art vaults and onsite security to provide its clients with confidence and peace of mind that their precious metals are safe and secure in the heartland.
Greg has been a coin enthusiast since he was 10 years old when he was fascinated by the change in cents from Wheat to Memorial. Greg opened Treasure Island Coins in 1976 and today is still an avid collector of coins. In his spare time, he likes to travel with his wife and go metal detecting with his friends. Favorite Coin: High Relief $20 Saint Gauden
Chris has been part of Treasure Island his entire life. After his time in the Army, Chris joined his dad full time at Treasure Island Coins. He is also the District 13 representative in the ND Legislature. In his downtime, Chris enjoys spending time with his wife Lisa and their five children.
Favorite Coin: US Silver Eagle
Jeannine has been a part of Treasure Island Coins from the very beginning. Her vast knowledge of the industry makes Jeannine an integral part of our team. She enjoys photography and playing bass guitar in her spare time.
Favorite Coin: Seated Half Dime
Steve joined the Treasure Island team in 2010. He has been a coin enthusiast since 2006. Steve enjoys playing poker and going to movies in his spare time. Favorite Coin: Coin of the Magi
David has been investing in precious metals since 1989 and in professional sales even longer. He is thrilled to bring both of his passions together at Treasure Island. When he’s not working, David loves to adventure in the backcountry…hiking, backpacking in the Summer or skiing in the Winter in the the wilderness of NW Montana. Favorite Coin: Generic Buffalo 1 oz Silver Round
Christina is relatively new to the coin industry. Her first introduction to the interesting world of bullion and numismatics started on her first day at Treasure Island Coins in 2010. In her free time, Christina enjoys reading science-fiction and spending time with her husband. Christina can also assist you with opening a depository account with Dakota Depository. Favorite Coin: $20 Saint Gauden
Andrew has been a coin enthusiast since the 5th grade when he starting shopping at Treasure Island. When Andrew joined our team in 2013, he brought a vast knowledge of numismatics. In his free time, he likes to play board games with his wife and enjoys target practice at the range. Favorite Coin: Barber 1/2 Dollar
Melissa has been in the coin industry since 1989. She grew up in North Dakota, but worked all over the country for various coin companies before she joined our team in 2014. Melissa enjoys shopping with her daughter and volunteering for animal rescues in her spare time. Favorite Coin: Mexican Libertad
Matt joined our team in 2013. In his free time, Matt enjoys spending time with his wife and son and he is an avid disc golfer. Favorite Coin: Perth Mint Kangaroo
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The Treasure Island Coins staff is comprised of a group of individuals with a common passion: educate our clients and help them expand their portfolios with precious metals. We feel that we offer more than a typical bullion dealer. We are well known for our personal approach, as well as our excellent customer service, great attention to detail, and competitive pricing.