How To Grade Your Coins
A "grade" is described as a shorthand designed by coin experts (numismatists) to reveal a coin’s appearance. Simply put, if a certain coin collector tells another collector that he owns an uncirculated Charlotte 50 half eagle, both should already have a concept of the coins appearance without even seeing it, because of the claim of its g... [Read more]Coin Buying Tips
Set a limit and stick ... [Read more]Coin Collections And State Quarters
Coin collections are getting more and more popular these days. A lot of people are already into collecting coins. You see, this hobby is interesting and can be considered an excellent pastime. If you want to start your very own coin collection and you have no idea where to begin, you should check out the State Quar... [Read more]Handling Your Collection.
When it comes to collectable coins, the less they get handled, the better. They’re best kept in a coin holder, with as little contact as possible. The better the quality of the coins, the more important it is to handle them prop... [Read more]Keeping Coins Clean Using A Folder
The price of an antique item goes up if it is kept in good condition. By having it stored in a safe place, one can be sure that it will not be damaged by the elements or by negligence that will reduce its value in the ma... [Read more]