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Commemorative And Other Special Coins
Commemorative coins are very popular coins to collect. Many people want to have different kinds of coins in their collections. Commemorative coins can be used as a traditional gift for that special person for any kind of celebration.

Should You Buy Coins At Auctions?
One of the most difficult things in collecting coins is how to find coins for it. A coin collector’s main method is to purchase coins to add to his or her collection. Buying coins at an auction is another common alternative to acquiring coins.

The Perfect Time To Sell Coins
When is the perfect time to sell your coins? This might seem like a dumb question if you ask a coin collector. However, the time may come when this question needs to be asked and answered.

Private Scrip
Who is allowed to legally issue money in the United States? That would depend on who you bother to quote. The founding fathers of our country made it clear that the power to create money should not be taken lightly.

Should You Use A Coin Grading Service?
Why should you use a coin grading service? Since coin collecting has become such a popular hobby the market for coins has changed and expanded rapidly as well. And because of numerous market changes, the prices of coins now varies widely.

How To Grade Your Coins
The “grade” of a coin is a shorthand term used by coin experts to reveal and describe a coin’s appearance.

What To Do With Granddaddy’s Coins Book Review
There is no shortage of books available for the beginning coin collector. The situation for the non coin collector is quite different. And by non coin collector I am referring to someone who does not collect coins as a hobby and may have come into possession of some coins from a relative such as the

How To Buy, Sell, And Invest In Rare Coins
When it comes to books on coin collecting for the beginning coin collector, there is no shortage of books to choose from. Should you decide that you want to become a coin dealer, the situation is quite different.

What Are Mints And Mint Marks?
Mint marks are tiny letter referring to the locality where the minting of coins took place. The position of the mint mark can typically be found on the back side of most coins that were minted before 1965, except for the cents and at the front after the year 1967.

What Should You Look For In A Coin
Coin collecting is a wonderful hobby to start. The thrill of hunting for old coins is often enough for many people to take up the hobby alone.

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