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Here are the top ten articles for the Coin Collecting Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Make Money Investing In Coins
2. Rare Coin Investing
Coin collecting is the oldest collecting hobby with a history of more than 2000 years! Yes, more than TWO THOUSAND YEARS! Since the time of the beginning of the Roman Empire (arround 20 BC), a few noble romans were collecting ancient Greek coins (500-300 BC)...
3. What Makes A Coin Valuable?
There are many "rare" coins for which there is little demand. But overall, rare coins have higher prices. Demand doesn't drive retail price so much as it drives the spread between retail and wholesale.
4. Coin Facts
There are approximately $8 billion worth of coins circulating in the U.S. today. In the past 30 years, the U.S. Mint, who is responsible for designing and producing the nationís coins, has minted over 300 billion coins, worth about $15 billion!
5. Coin Types
Coin collecting is a fun hobby to start and the thrill of hunting for old coins is enough for many people to continue doing it. Other people consider coin collecting an investment, something they can receive a profit from. If you are one of those people, then you can find several types of coins in t
6. All Types Of Collectors
There are various ways to collect coins as well as the specialties of collectors. Here is how to differentiate the variety of coin collectors.
7. 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.
8. 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.
9. Pricing Your Coins
This isnít always an easy question to answer since a coinís value can be subjective. In general, like anything else, a coin is "worth" what someone is willing to pay for it. There are some factors that potential buyers will take into consideration when deciding how much to pay for a coin. Some of
10. There is Just no Humor in Coin Collecting
Most people think there isnīt a lighter side to Coin Collecting. Are they right?
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