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We take a close look at special coin series and lay out the details in black & white.
Collecting Canadian Small Cents
Friday, 19 February 2016
Canadian small cents are great coins to collect because they represent a relatively affordable series yet still offer many challenges for even the most seasoned of coin hobbyists. While Canada introduced its one-cent coin in 1858, the denomination was originally struck as a so-called "large" cent, similar to the half-dollar-size U.S. large cents an...
Limited Mintage Stardust Silver Terminator Round!
Bullion Shark LLC
Wednesday, 17 February 2016
Stardust Silver is a brand-new company that the rare coin and precious metals industry should know about. They have just introduced their first, limited mintage Terminator Silver Round, and the piece is unbelievable.The Terminator movie series has been a fan-favorite since the first movie came out around 31 years ago. Stardust Silver took initiati...
Tips On Building An Eisenhower Dollar Set
Friday, 12 February 2016
Eisenhower dollar sets are popular among coin collectors who prize the last of the regularly circulating large-size dollar coins. Minted from 1971 through 1978, Eisenhower dollars measure 38.1 millimeters in diameter and are as wide as Morgan or Peace silver dollars. Relatively large, heavy coins, Eisenhower dollars didn't circulate well at a time ...
Silver Wartime Nickels: Cheap, Popular Silver Coins From the 1940s
Monday, 08 February 2016
Silver Wartime nickels are popular coins among collectors who appreciate history and enjoy 20th-century United States coinage. The 35 percent silver five-cent coins are colloquially referred to as "Wartime nickels," though they contain no nickel at all. Nickel, which was temporarily removed from the five-cent coin during the period 1942 through 194...
A Guide to Canadian Maple Leaf Bullion Coins
Friday, 22 January 2016
Canadian Maple Leaf bullion coins have been popular on the international metals market since 1979, when the first Canadian gold bullion coins were released for sale. At that time, the only other major gold bullion coin on the market was the South Africa Krugerrand, though it was not widely available as many nations boycotted goods from the African...
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