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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. 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.

2. 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

3. How To Find Collectible Coins
Coin collecting was started only as a hobby for most people, however you can hear what other people say (or you probably have heard yourself) about news of people cashing in on their old coin; and that encouraged more people to go on a coin-collecting streak. If you are one of those people who want

4. Cashless Movement Gaining
Coin collectors are looking towards a full fall season. The general public continues to take not only coins, but bank notes for granted as a part of our everyday financial life. Increasingly, people outside the United States are beginning to wonder, just how many coins are going to be available in c

5. Coin Pricing
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.

6. 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.

7. There is Just no Humor in Coin Collecting
Most people think there isnīt a lighter side to Coin Collecting. Are they right?

8. How To Sell Your Coin Collection
So, you feel itīs 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. Getting Started Collecting Coins
Getting your coin collection started isnít as hard as you might think and there are a number of avenues you can pursue. Most of it depends though on why you want to become a coin collector. If youíre doing it just as a relaxing hobby then you have no problem and can get started pretty much off the b

10. Initial Coin Offerings Not Just For CryptoCoins
To a coin collector, the suggestion of an Initial Coin Offering sounds just like what it readsóa new coin to be sold as soon as the coin is announced. Is this correct? As far as investors and speculators are concerned, an ICO is an unregulated way to crowdfund cryptocurrencies.



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