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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.
Higher Prices for Silver Eagles
The U.S. Mint will start selling the 2014-dated American Silver Eagles on January 13, 2014. A number of question present themselves with this announcement.
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
History Of The Quarter
There are many questions today about early quarters. Unfortunately, there aren’t very many answers to them either. This makes the subject both exciting and fun, and a bit frustrating at the same time.
Hobby Is Losing Collectors
Coin collecting can be a fun, interesting, and sometimes profitable hobby. So one wonders why our hobby is losing collectors. There are certainly many things that come to mind. One of the issues is the stagnant economy we are still facing. Despite all of the hoopla about a recovery, the recovery is
Hobby Of Kings
Most people engage in different activities that they consider hobbies. When people consider a particular activity as a hobby, it means that people find that activity pleasurable in that they enjoy collecting different kinds of coins.
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.
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.
How Do You Spend Your Bullion?
If you made a bundle of money on your gold and silver between 2001 and 2011, what did you do with your windfall profits? What did you spend it on? Did you buy a new car? A recent article in the “AARP Bulletin” talked about the buyers of new cars.
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.
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