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We take a close look at special coin series and lay out the details in black & white.
Why Lincoln Memorial Cents Make Great Collectibles
Wednesday, 15 February 2017
Take a look at your pocket change. How many pennies do you see? Of those, how many sport the classic Lincoln Memorial reverse design that was struck from 1959 through 2008?The Lincoln Memorial penny was struck by the billions upon billions. But there are fewer of them popping up in general pocket change today than before 2010, when the current Unio...
Can You Spare A Dime? 4 Reasons Collectors Should Consider Roosevelt Dimes
Saturday, 28 January 2017
The Roosevelt dime has been largely overlooked by coin collectors for generations. While the dime widely circulates and is still an essential part of daily commerce, it seems Roosevelt dimes don't receive the attention other coins, such as the Lincoln cent or Washington quarter, get from the hobby community at large. There are many reasons why the ...
Build An Affordable Set of U.S. Silver Coins
Monday, 16 January 2017
Coin collectors throughout the United States and around the world love American silver coins. There are many reasons such diverse individuals enjoy collecting United States silver coins. From the beauty of the designs to the universal familiarity of classic U.S. silver type coins, there is plenty to love about United States silver coins.Coin colle...
What’s On The 50 State Quarters? Here’s The Rundown!
Saturday, 07 January 2017
Even nearly 20 years after the first 50 States Quarter was released in 1999, coin collectors still enjoy what became one of the most popular commemorative coin series of all time. The obverse of each 50 States Quarter features a portrait of George Washington, while the reverse design incorporates themes relevant to the given state honored on that q...
The Joys Of Collecting World Coins
Wednesday, 04 January 2017
Just about every coin collector at one time or another has an interest in collecting world coins. While defining what a "world coin" is depends on one's regional perspective, it's safe for just about every purpose to describe world coins as those that originate from a nation other than that in which the collector was born or lives.For a coin collec...
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