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Are Coin Shows Dead
Coin shows or bourses have long been a mainstay of coin collecting. These are events where coin dealers and collectors can come together to buy, sells, and trade cons, and also where collectors can see coins that they might not ordinarily encounter. Some experts in the numismatic industry are wonder
Artist's Currency Fooled Experts
n the late 19th-century some U.S. Painters were so adept at duplicating the government's Treasury notes with their paint brushes that the Secret Service confiscated at least one of the paintings.
Assembling A Liberty Head V Nickel Collection
The Liberty Nickel series makes an aspiring, yet very achievable, series to complete. The Liberty Nickel, commonly known as the “V” nickel for the Roman Numeral "V" on the reverse was officially produced from 1883 to 1912.
Auction Pictures That Sell
Take a look through a random selection of online auctions. You will see some truly great pictures and some extremely poor ones. Guess which auctions are more likely to sell their item at a better price?
Austria Unveils New Niobium Coin
An Austrian 25 euro silver coin with a niobium core is now available for purchase the Krause Publication’s online store. The new Austrian coin pays tribute to the field of robotics. The Austrian Mint’s Silver Niobium coins were first introduced in 2003 and have become extremely popular among collect
Avoid Getting Ripped Off With Slabbed Coins
Given the growing population of new coin grading companies entering the market, what can a collector do to protect themselves from substandard coin grading companies?
Avoid These Coin Sales Tricks
There are many coin scams that collectors need to be aware of. It is simply amazing what some people will do to make money at any cost. These sales tricks are nothing short of theft.
Avoiding Online Auction Coin Frauds
Online aution fraud is always a hot topic in the coin collecting community. The question always comes up about whether it is really safe to buy coins through an online auction. To find out the answer you will have to read this article.
Barber Half Dollar History
In 1887, Mint Director James P. Kimball noted in his annual report the “inferiority of our coinage” compared to other advanced nations and that in his opinion, the coinage of the U.S. was out of date and should be chan
Becoming A Numismatic
Numismatics is the study of money, medallions, banknotes, token coins, and stock certificates. It is believed to have been established in the time of Julius Caesar who wrote the first book about it.
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