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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
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.
Coins As A Commodity
A recent business headline stated: "Gold slides two percent on China return, round in stocks." The current reality is that coins, precious metals commodities, and oil are moving in tandem in the direct opposite direction of the stock market.
Coins As Commodities
Some experts are claiming that coin prices re acting more like commodities. Many financial networks have recently reported prices and sales for cut and polished stones are down eight percent during 2015. Uncut stone prices declined by 15 percent during the same period. Other collectible items have d
Coins Collectors Love To Collect
Simplicity is not the best policy when it comes to coin collecting. Oftentimes it is the rareness, the history, or the mother country of the coins that collectors value most.
Coins Continue To Dance
The recent dramatic rise in the values of gold and silver seems to have prompted more interest in the coin market. The low end of the Morgan silver dollar market has particularly been experiencing increased action. So has the demand for gold and silver American Eagle bullion coins. This is great new
Coins Do Collectors Love
implicity is not the best policy when it comes to coin collecting. Oftentimes it is the rareness, the history, or the mother country of the coins that collectors value most.
Coins Made Into Jewelry
Some coin collectors have come upon coins that have an indented line around the obverse side just in from the rim of the coin, and they wonder if the coin came like this from the mint.
Coins That Flopped
As every experienced collector knows, there are some coins that are extremely popular with coin collectors in general. What may not be as well known are some coins that never seemed to develop a lot of collecting excitement.
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