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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Coin Collecting Site! These are the top ten articles that your Coin Collecting Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. The Canadian Quarter Dollar
The history of the Canadian Quarter is one of evolution. The changes have been remarkable.
2. The Jefferson Nickel
The rarest of all the Jefferson nickels is the 1942-S with the reverse of the 1941. This unique coin (1 known) was actually found in a group of circulated coins in 1961. Who knows, maybe one of you have one in your collection, and you may not even know it.
3. The 1943 Copper Penny
We´ve all heard the stories about this "ghost" coin. Does it really exist? Get the real story on this elusive penny.
4. The Proof Krugerrands of South Africa
One of the best-kept secrets and least understood groups of coins, by Americans, are the Proof Krugerrands.
5. Love Tokens Were Once Expressions Of Affection
Traditionally flowers and chocolate have been the favorite way to show ones affection towards another. But that was not always the case.
6. The New Tax Threat To Coin Collecting
Perhaps you have seen one of those TV ads about identity theft protection? I would suggest you pay attention to the next one that comes on TV or Radio; you may soon need their services!
7. Coin Collecting Auctions: Bane or Boon?
If you are a coin collector who wants to sell or buy coins, one good way to do it is through coin auctions or bidding.
8. How To Sell Your Coin Collection
So, you feel it´s time to sell your long-time coin collection, or you might have inherited a collection and you know nothing about coins and you would like to sell them. As with the sale of anything, you would like to make sure you get a fair price. Sounds simple enough, right?
9. The Roosevelt Dime
The Roosevelt dime was created to honor the passing of a President, and his pet project, "The March of Dimes." Little did the U.S. Mint know that this dime would be steeped in controversy.
10. The Redfield Hoard
LaVere Redfield stashed 411,000 Silver Dollars behind a false wall in his basement. After his death, the Internal Revenue Service got to it first.
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