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The History Of The Eisenhower Dollar
The Eisenhower Dollar is a dollar coin issued by the United States government from 1971–1978. The Eisenhower Dollar followed the Peace Dollar and is named for General and President Dwight David Eisenhower, who appears on the obverse.
The History Of The Morgan Silver Dollar
No other coin being collected today conjures up visions of the old west like the Morgan Silver Dollar does. It is hard to believe that this coin was negleted by collectors for many decades.
Can You Unclean Your Coins?
Is it possible to unclean a coin? Read this article to find the answers.
Finding Coins In Ordinary Places
While the Internet has opened up new opportunities to buy and sell coins, you can still collect coins the old fashioned way. New coin collectors are often amazed that it is still possible to find old U.S. coins in everyday use. Read this article for ways to find coins in ordinary places.
eBay Introduces New Coin Grade Policies
eBay has recently introduced new policies that affect how certified coins may be sold on its auction site. What are these changes and how will they affect you?
Starting A World Coin Collection
Starting a world coin collection can be an exciting thing. Whetehr you concentrate on older rare coins or newer world coins, your friends and family are sure to be impressed with the various types of coins
How To Attend A Coin Show
Coin shows can be a lot of fun! The environment of a typical large coin show can be invigorating or intimidating to the attendee’s. Many beginning collectors wonder what the best way is to get the most out of attending a coin show. Read on to find out to get the most out of attending a coin show.
Can Damaged Coins Find A Home?
Does a coin that is holed, bent, scratched, corroded, or otherwise damaged have any collector value? Read this article to find out the anser to this question.
Coin Grading Tips
Many coin collectors have problems understanding this coin grading thing. And this is a valid concern. After all even with some standards in place, coin grading is still both and art and a science. Many collectors would love to improve their coin grading skills but don’t know where to start.
Scrip is any substitute for currency which is not legal tender. Scrips have gained historical importance and have become a subject of study in numismatics or exonumia due to the wide variety and abundance of them.
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