Monday, August 29, 2016


Presidential Dollars Presidential Dollars

Designer : Don Everhart Composition: 88.5% Copper – 6% Zinc – 3.5% Manganese – 2% Nickel Diameter:... 

Buying Silver Coins Buying Silver Coins

Silver, though only a fraction of the cost of gold or platinum, is still considered a precious metal,... 

Flowing Hair Dollar (1794-1795) Flowing Hair Dollar (1794-1795)

Designer: Robert Scot Composition: 89% Silver – 11% Copper Diameter: 39.5 mm Weight: 26.96... 

10 Most Valuable US Coins 10 Most Valuable US Coins

Here is our list of the 10 most valuable US coins: 1) 1794 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar MS66 $10,000,000... 

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Difficult to Grade Coins Difficult to Grade Coins

As much as we rely on respected organizations like PCGS and NGC to grade our coins and give us a reliable... 

Grade vs Strike Grade vs Strike

When coin dies are designed, every effort is taken not to have deep parts of the die which create high... 

Rare Coin Investing Rare Coin Investing

Traditionally, the rare coin market was driven by collectors, not investors. Many of these collectors... 

Avoid Coin Scams Avoid Coin Scams

The economy – and the news- has many of us concerned about our money, and as a result, it seems... 

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Error Coins Error Coins

The most prized of coins is the elusive MS70, the perfect coin just as it was when struck at the Mint.... [Read more of this review]

Rainbow Coins Rainbow Coins

Some of the most beautiful coins have less to do with design than with natural chemistry. These are known... [Read more of this review]

Coin Collecting Software Coin Collecting Software

There are individuals all over the world who enjoy collecting as a hobby, and coins in particular. ... [Read more of this review]

Pros and Cons of Auctions Pros and Cons of Auctions

In coin collecting, the most difficult part is how to find quality coins for the collection. An investor’s... [Read more of this review]

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