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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.
How To Buy Gold And Silver Bullion
With the current high prices for gold and silver many people would like to own bullion but do not know how to buy it on their own with confidence. And there is no shortage of con artists and scammers eagerly waiting to take advantage of these inexperienced investors.
How To Become A Knowledgeable Cherrypicker
The first thing you will need is some good overall grading guides for your own library.
How To Avoid Shysters And Frauds Online
Many collectors enjoy shopping for coins online for the great buys that can be found. You can do your shopping from the comforts of home, instead of having to go out looking for places locally that sell collectible coins and other souvenirs.
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.
How Many Coin Denominations Are Enough?
How many coin denominations does this country need to support the public’s buying needs? The current coin denominations are the penny, nickel, quarter, half-dollar and the dollar. Much discussion has been had over the last year or so to eliminate the penny.
How Determine If A Coin Has Been Cleaned
Shiny coins are so beautiful to look at. But how do you know if that shiny luster is natural or artificial? Read this article and find out.
Hobby of the Kings
Coin collecting is said to be the “Hobby of the Kings.” Coin collecting is different from money hoarding. Collecting coins as an art form can be traced back to the 14th century.
History Of Gold and Silver Coins
People in the older times did not use any form of currency to purchase the things they needed. They just traded their goods at the market place and exchanged things they had for things they wanted or needed. As time passed, people began to learn the value of currency. They started to use money as an
Have coins? Will collect!
Old coins that is. Try looking under that old dresser, or up the attic where grandma or grandpa’s things may be stashed away patiently waiting for you to discover them.
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