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  • Rare $20 American Eagle Gold Coin Sells for $2.7 Million at Auction

    Fans of coin collecting are always looking to discover that rare find that leads to considerable wealth. A sale like the 1907 American Eagle Gold coin that went to auction in Baltimore at the end of June, is only fuel for this dream. Discovering rare coins in lots or roll hunting is a grand trad...
  • Saint George the Victorious: Russia's Most Popular Gold Coin

    When it comes to gold bullion coins, there are a range of choices that investors may choose from that are minted by some of the world's most respected banks. Some of the more popular gold coins that have been minted around the world include the Gold Eagle from the United States, the Gold Maple Le...
  • The Fascinating Design History of Standing Liberty Quarters

    When it comes to rare silver coins, the Standing Liberty quarter is certainly one that has garnered a lot of attention from collectors and historians through the years. This rare coin was produced right after the Barber Quarter, between 1916 and 1930. Its design was not needed at the time, though ...
  • Buying Silver Coins? Why You Should Consider the Morgan Dollar.

    If you are thinking about buying silver coins, there is one choice that is extremely popular with collectors today. The Morgan Dollar is a coin that was produced between 1878 and 1904 as well as a limited minting pursuant to the Pittman Act that took place in 1921. How Much Silver is In A Morgan ...
  • The Symbolic History of the Turban Head Eagle Gold Coin

    As a 10 dollar gold coin, few designs compare with that of the Turban Head Eagle, also known as the Capped Bust Eagle. These gold coins do not actually feature a turban, as their nickname might suggest, but rather a woman who appears to be wearing a turban. Instead, the image minted into the gold ...
  • The Liberty Head Nickel of 1913: Only 5 of These Rare Coins Ever Minted

    In the world of coin collecting today, one of the most sought after of rare coins is the 1913 Liberty Head Nickel. With only five that are known to have been struck, this incredibly rare coin became the first to ever be sold for $100,000 in the early 1970's - quite a feat considering that it was w...
  • Why Do I Want MS-70 Coins In My Collection?

    If you are serious about collecting rare coins, you would be wise to educate yourself on the grading scale used to rate collectibles. Grading coins is an art, and some would have you believe it is a science, but anyone can learn the basics simply by paying attention to the trends in the industry. A...
  • Get involved in the rare coin collecting culture

    People have collected rare coins for many years, and will likely continue to do so in the future. While the hobby did not gather speed until the 16th century, it is widely practiced in many cultures today, including in the United States. In fact, many famous public personalities have turned their...
  • Four Ways to Avoid Buying Fake Gold Bullion Coins

    Buying gold bullion coins is a great way for investors to add a small amount of tangible gold to their investment portfolios and to any coin collection. However, coin fraud is always a possibility in the coin industry, and it is important that you protect yourself from wasting money on a fake. There...
  • What Should You Bring To A Coin Collectors Show?

    Ever wonder if any of the coins at the bottom of your coin jug are worth anything? According to Daniel Ward, coin expert from the International Coin Collectors Association (ICCA), your coins, jewelry, and even old silverware may be worth more than you think. The ICCA travels all over the country to...

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