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Should Our Currency Be Revalued?
An editorial in a major weekly coin periodical advocates the need to revalue our currency. The article points out the fact that many major countries have revalued their money over the years while we have not significantly changed ours in over 200 years.

Should You Buy Coins At Auctions?
One of the most difficult things in collecting coins is how to find coins for it. A coin collector’s main method is to purchase coins to add to his or her collection. Buying coins at an auction is another common alternative to acquiring coins.

Should You Use A Coin Grading Service?
Why should you use a coin grading service? Since coin collecting has become such a popular hobby the market for coins has changed and expanded rapidly as well. And because of numerous market changes, the prices of coins now varies widely.

Should You Use A Coin Grading Service?
Coin collecting has been a very popular hobby to many people of all ages. The marketing of coins has expanded widely and because of this wide the market prices of coins has varied immensely.

Silver 1855 Trime
There are a number of lesser known and oftentimes scarce coins that are interesting in their own right. The 1855 three-cent piece can be considered to be one of these specimens. The silver three-cent piece was an unusual creation for an unusual time. The story begins in the California gold fields in

Silver Dollars Used To Support Silver Prices
The story of the Morgan silver dollar is related more to the silver that the coins are made from. For many years, the U.S. Mint had trouble finding enough silver to make the coins that were needed. That situation changed considerably when silver was discovered in Nevada in the late 1850s.

Six Gold And Silver Greats
Are you still waiting for that economic recovery we have been promised is already here? Many coin collectors are in this camp and are still waiting for that promise.

Size Up The Coin Dealers At Coin Shows
One of the premier coin collecting periodicals has run a number of letters to the editor detailing collectors business dealings with “rogue” coin dealers. However the word rogue is used loosely.

Sleeper Coins
What designates a coin as a “sleeper?” A strict definition of a “sleeper” is a coin that is undervalued due to its mintage being lower than its more common coin relations, and its value is lower than would be expected.

Some Barber Bargains
With the recent high prices for precious metals, many seasoned collectors have decided to abandon gold and silver coins for the time being. Many such collectors are turning to copper, while others aren’t quite ready to head in that direction. Many seasoned collectors use times like these to go barga

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