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Ebay Coin Buying Spree!!!

January 27, 2011 by admin  
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This is a video on the coins i bought on eBay recently Hope you like it. (and subscribe) Video Rating: 0 / 5 Brian explaining a few components in coin collecting.

The Real Silver Dollar Coin Value

January 25, 2011 by admin  
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by seriykotik1970 The silver dollar coins were actually minted originally in the nineteenth century and since then they have been extensively collected around the world. Among the most well known coins are the Carson City mint’s 1878 Morgan silver dollar, the 2000 Silver American Eagle and even the famous and rare uncirculated Silver Eagle (1996). [...]

Ten Dollar Gold Eagle Coin – A Smart Gold Bullion Investment

January 25, 2011 by admin  
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by HowardLake Do you have the ten dollar gold eagle coin as part of your collection? With the current decline in the economy, now is the best time ever to invest in this piece. As most of the currencies in the world are now declining, gold is steadily increasing. Just one reason you should make [...]

Gold Turkish Coins: A Neglected But Valuable Gold Coin

January 24, 2011 by admin  
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by Tjflex2 Why would you want to consider adding Gold Turkish coins to your investment porfolio? Many western collectors tend to neglect these gold coins when accumulating bullion because the inscriptions on most earlier coins were in arabic style, making them hard to identify. This could be a big mistake! Why? Because people have ignored [...]

Canadian Gold Coins – Why You Should Invest In the Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin

January 24, 2011 by admin  
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by jamescapp02 The Maple leaf is the trade mark of Canada. It is a symbol of Canada all over the world. It is a trademark accepted worldwide. Even the most popular gold coins of Canada are made in the shape of maple leaf. The royal mint of Canada first introduced such coins in the year [...]

Coin Values

January 23, 2011 by admin  
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Many aspects have been covered in this article so that you can bring in from an wide research. Coins are for the most part gathered by diverse individuals because they look good. There are other mint collectors who accumulate these coins because there is some economic value that they can get from the coins. There [...]

The American Eagle Silver Coin Is a Good Coin to Start With for New Collectors

January 23, 2011 by admin  
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It is only in present times that coins, bullions and bills are being collected as a hobby and for their aesthetic value. This of course includes the American Eagle silver coin. When coins first appeared on earth, they were nothing but currency. They were collected and hoarded solely for their monetary value. Before starting any [...]

How To Grade A Milled Coin (Uk Grading System)

January 23, 2011 by admin  
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by RobandSheila Hi,   This is my first guide to ArticlesBase about grading a milled coin.   FDC Fleur-De-Coin This is an absolutely flawless coin with no scratches or wear whatsoever.   UNC Uncirculated In brand-new condition. Royal Mint issue coins in this condition. This grade is almost 100%.   EF Extremely fine Scratches and/or [...]

Creating Personalized Challenge Coin Designs

January 23, 2011 by admin  
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by Tjflex2 Designing your own personalized Challenge Coin isn’t easy and in fact, can be quite a difficult task, especially if you’ve never done so before. You may have pictured the perfect emblem in your mind, but once you’ve drawn it out on a piece of paper, it may appear differently than they way you [...]

Utilizing A Coin Counter

January 23, 2011 by admin  
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by Tjflex2 If you are a coin collector or maybe you just like to have a lot of coins around for your coffee in the morning, one of the best tools that you will ever purchase is a coin counter. This is a little device that will not take up much room and which you [...]

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