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Why is a Coin Grading Service Important?
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.

Why is a Coin Grading Service Important?
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.

Why People Hate Dollar Coins

Will ANA Stimulate Upward Momentum?
The overall coin market is a mixed bag. There are some very high-end coins that are appreciating, but these are few in number with no definitive group moving up in value. Not only do these types of coins need to be rare, but they must also be one of the finest known of these rarities as well to comm

Will The New Dollar Be A Success This Time?
If you have not heard by now, the US mint (actually a congressional act mandates the production of these coins) is at it again. In 2007, a new US dollar coin will be put into circulation. Will it circulate? Unlike previous attempts, this coin has a shot at general acceptance.

World Columbian Half Dollar Classic Commemoratives
Different series of coins have their ups and downs as collector interest waxes and wanes. There are a number of perennial favorites such as Buffalo nickels, Mercury dimes, and Morgan silver dollars that are forever collectible. However there are a number of classic commemoratives dating from 1892-19

World War 2 Steel Cents
Steel cents were first struck in 1943 to help win the war. Copper was badly needed for shell cases and electrical equipment during the World War II period. Steel cents were minted to reduce the amount of critical war materials going into coins.

Worthy Coin Lost In The Crowd
One would have to wonder what went wrong with the sales projections for a half dollar commemorative coin that honors the September 17, 1862 Battle of Antietam. Only 18,028 of the half dollars have been sold. The Battle of Antietam was one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. When the battle wa

Yap Island Money
Historically money has come in many different forms. Granted people are used to money in the forms of metal coins and paper currency. However the people of a particular Pacific island had what would have to be the most unusual form of money known to exist. I am referring to the island of Yap in the

Younger Coin Collectors Needed
If you are a coin collector, you may have been involved in the hobby for years. As trends are going, in the not too distant future coin collecting will be as obsolete as much of the coinage is that is being collected. Newer and younger collectors need to be recruited to our hobby.

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