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Are Coin Shows A Big Disappointment?
There have been many letters to the editors in various coin publications regarding the pros and cons of coin shows. Many writers complain about coin dealer packing up early at the end of the show especially if the coin show is scheduled for both Saturday and Sunday. Most letters have been from eithe
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
Are You A Collector Or An Investor?
Retail prices for most coins continue to remain constant. Although, some of the more expensive and scarcer coins have declined modestly in value. Using a retail price guide, it is understandable that many collectors could consider all coins as an investment. What these collectors need to do is to se
Are You Still Feeling The Effects Of 2008?
It is no big secret that people who lived through the Great Depression were forever changed by their experiences during the 1930s. Many leaned a distrust for banks. Some were reluctant to borrow money to pay for things, even a house.
Are You Still Reeling From 2008?
The generation who lived through the Great Depression was forever changed by it. It has dominated their lives and behavior for years. The “Baby Boomers” and our younger generations cannot begin to imagine what this trauma was even like. We have not experienced anything close to it.
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?
Australia 50 Years Of Decimal
On St. Valentine's Day 1966, Australia "went decimal." The imperial-based coins and notes that had served the country since federation at the turn of the century were swept aside. They were replaced by new Australian dollars and cents. The two existing Australian mints have contributed coins to mark
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
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