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In Memory of Robert Chambers



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About The Coin Vault

The Coin Vault originally aired on Shop at Home nearly 25 years ago, where it developed a reputation of providing quality coins and collectibles, superior service and affordable prices.Unlike the large TV shopping networks, that occasionally feature coins, The Coin Vault specializes in just one area; providing quality coins and currency to collectors. Broadcasting from our Franklin, TN studio, we are dedicated to bringing our viewers the best experience possible. Our ultimate goal is your complete satisfaction.



Familiar Faces
Our on-camera crew

Scott Houk, Show Host

As a host on The Coin Vault, Scott brings decades of experience not only in coins, but also stamps, sports memorabilia, and many other types of collectibles.While serving four years as a technical instructor in the United States Air Force, Scott developed a passion for speaking to, and educating others. Scott can often be seen at coin shows across the country, where he spends a great deal of time keeping up with the hottest trends in the coin hobby.


Andy Abel, Show Host

Andy has spent years in the coin business both as a hobbyist and a professional. A 3rd generation numismatist, he shares his passion for coins and collectibles with his father and two brothers, with whom he has always worked alongside. Avid bowler and golfer by day and Coin Vault TV host by night, Andy's best time is spent with his three wonderful children; Paige (18), Payne (12), and Parker Jane (9).


Rob Parsons, Show Host

Rob discovered his passion for numismatics working alongside Robert Chambers for nearly 15 years when The Coin Vault aired on another network. Having previously worked in a variety of capacities from producer and host, to merchandising manager with the show, The Coin Vault was thrilled when he rejoined the team in Spring 2013. Rob enjoys spending time with his three Boston Terriers; Princess Pamela, Fischer and Dalton….which he refers to as "The Boston Trio." He is a self-described die-hard University of Kentucky fan, as well as a car enthusiast and a closet "techie."


Morgan Overholt

Loyal viewers of the show will have heard Morgan's name mentioned on-air many times over the five years that she has worked behind the scenes as our self-proclaimed Webmistress and queen of visual arts. Nowadays, Morgan can occasionally be spotted on-air doing item recaps and special segments for the show.

Morgan met her husband, and fellow nerd, James Overholt while studying computer science at ETSU and the two were married in the Fall of 2013. They have a plant named "Henry."



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