Tax Could Send Collecting Underground
Coin dealers in India are reeling as the nation prepares to replace a one percent Value Added Tax on collector coins with a whopping 12 percent Goods and Services Tax. This tax is particularly problematic for the six or seven major numismatic firms in India that are registered with the Archaeologica
Before You Get Started
Before we go into any detail on collecting coins and sundry other details, I feel that I should introduce you to one, or rather two, simple facts which will help you in your coin dealings.
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
Coins May Replace Nigerian Notes
A scarcity of small-denomination cash, inflation, the high cost of production and rampant counterfeiting are many of the reasons why Nigeria is currently considering replacing several bank note denominations with coins. Particularly vocal on this issue is Mustapha Bukar, who represents the Katsina,
Coin Collecting Rules
Coin collecting is something that takes time to learn. The most important thing to remember is that you are doing it for the right reason - if it is a passion, then it is something worth pursuing.
Commemorative Medals And Coins
Commemorative coins have become very popular. Many people want to have different kinds of coins in their collections or for souvenirs. Many times they are used as traditional gifts for special occasions. These coins are not considered to be practical gifts, bur are commemorative items that can be ke
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