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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 donít know where to start.
Coin Hoards Are Important
Coin hoards are a controversial subject among coin collectors. In times past coin hoards were feared in some ways. This would be due to what unexpected effects the hoard might have on the coin market.
Coin Investing Tactics For The Future
The key dates and semi-keys of any series have out preformed the common dates in all grades in the past and there is no fundamental reason for that to change in the future. The market for these scarce low mintage coins is driven by supply and demand and new collectors coming into the market should k
Coin Market Hits Summertime Slowdown
The summer solstice has come and gone. What this means for coin collectors is that we have hit the season where the buying and selling of coins traditionally gets slow. You could blame it on school being out, vacations, or other things. But regardless of the reason, this pattern appears to be at wor
Coin Market Is Not Firing On All Cylinders
Is the current coin market firing on all cylinders? First we need to define what each of these so-called cylinders, eight cylinders if you wish to include foreign and ancient coins.
Coin Market Waits On Collectors
Buy low and sell high is the free market's battle cry, and usually sound practical advice not only for the business of coins, but when trying to make money selling in general. This advice is a lot easier to follow when the commodity is appreciating in value.
Many non-collectors inherit a coin collection and do not know what to do with it. They are not collectors and do not really know what the coins they have are worth. Letís say an individual inherited a collection comprised of modern silver and gold commemorative coins, uncirculated and proof silver A
Coin Prices Move
New U.S. Mint numismatic products sell out as fast as they are released. The 2016-W gold Centennial Mercury dime is the most recent example of this trend. The coin's allotment sold out in about 40 minutes. There seems to be a significant enthusiasm not just among new coin collectors, but among more
This isnít always an easy question to answer since a coinís value can be subjective. In general, like anything else, a coin is "worth" what someone is willing to pay for it. There are some factors that potential buyers will take into consideration when deciding how much to pay for a coin.
Coin Shortages In The United States
With the billions of coins that are struck every year by the U.S. Mints, it is difficult for people to believe there have ever been any coin shortages in this country. Coin shortages have a long history in the U.S.
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