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1. Problems Delay Issues Of Spouse Coins
The U.S. Mint has encountered a number of issues that have prevented it from issuing all four of the four poof and uncirculated 2012 First Spouse half-ounce gold coins that were supposed to have been struck and issued this year. The Mint promises to remedy these problems by the end of this calendar
2. Coin Dealer Safety
Coin collecting can be a lot of fun. This hobby which dates back to 2500 BC is much larger now since people are now able to collect currencies from other countries.
3. Buying Coins at a Major Coin Show
Collectors want to know the secret to buying coins at a major Coin Show
4. Celtic and Anglo Saxon Coinage
The Belgae introduced coins to Britain in the second century BC, but they were utilized for religious offerings, tribute payments, or even hoarded as evidence of wealth, instead of for trade.
5. History Of The Quarter
There are many questions today about early quarters. Unfortunately, there aren’t very many answers to them either. This makes the subject both exciting and fun, and a bit frustrating at the same time.
6. Peace Dollars Can Offer Low-cost Beauty
As silver dollars go, most coin collectors immediately think about Morgan silver dollars. Much less often does the Peace silver dollar come to mind. Perhaps most collectors concerns focus on price or rarity as opposed to a coin’s historical importance or beauty.
7. Laymans Australian Coin Values Guide Review
Coin collecting as a hobby is rewarding, educational, challenging, and even profitable for some collectors. If you live in the United States, there are numerous coin types to collect, some very expensive, many not so. Other collectors flock to ancient coins or foreign coins of various types. Collec
8. How To Get Started Collecting Coins
Getting your coin collection started isn’t 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 you’re doing it just as a relaxing hobby then you have no problem and can get started pretty much off the b
9. 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.
10. The Canadian Quarter Dollar
The history of the Canadian Quarter is one of evolution. The changes have been remarkable.
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