Vault Wholesale is a small, American owned, family business, managed by Joel Abramson. Joel joined the team in 2009 after a long and storied career with Tower Records, which culminated with his appointment as Director of Purchasing for the entire chain. During his tenure as Director of Purchasing, Joel was responsible for over $1.6 BILLION dollars in sales. Joel’s clients over the years included folks like Ringo Starr, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and Elton John. During his years at Tower, Joel earned countless gold and platinum records, including Jimi Hendrix – Axis: Bold As Love, Pink Floyd – Dark Side of the Moon, the Band’s self titled “Brown Album” and many more (Johnny Cash, Whitney Houston, Nirvana…). Over his years with Vault Wholesale, Joel’s honesty, integrity and transparency have helped Vault Wholesale earn a national reputation as America’s Most Trusted Precious Metals Dealer.
That trust is most publicly evidenced on eBay, where Vault Wholesale has been a Top Rated, Platinum since 1998, with well over 19,000, 5-star, 100% positive feedback ratings received. “VW” currently has over $4,000,000 in inventory listed on eBay. Vault Wholesale also maintains an A+ rating from the BBB. We are bound by the BBB Code of Business Practices, the American Numismatic Association Code of Ethics and Joel maintains active membership in PCGS, NGC and the ANA.
We appreciate the opportunity to earn your trust. To get started, give Joel a call at 503-213-3352, seven days a week.
No ever-changing bunch of guys in cubicles, no, “please listen as our menu options have recently changed”, no “dial 9 for a company directory”, just Joel – your gold and silver concierge.
Joel at his 8th birthday party, Jackson Heights, NY. The handsome lad sharing the excitement is Jamie Dimon (currently CEO of JP Morgan Chase)!
Back then, Joel worked at the corner candy store in exchange for Ring Dings and whatever collectible coins he found in the till. Joel actually learned math by studying the backs of baseball cards. He was quite the philatelist too (until he cleaned up his act).
“the Coin Brothers”, World Series Game One, Yankee Stadium (2009). Joel continued to own Yankee season seats 35 years after leaving NYC! He was even known to answer his phone and make coin deals from his seats during the playoffs (back when the Yankees actually went to the post-season!).