Here is an excellent Capped Bust Quarter guest post from NSP at CoinTalk. Large Capped Bust Quarters Collection I have tentatively completed my large sized Capped Bust quarter date set! Many are aware that bust quarters tend to be less
Any odd horizontal scratches or lighting seen is due to the plastic sleeves. I will provide photos with the plastic covers pulled back.
Below is a great guide to beginning coin collecting guest posted from our friends at Smarter Hobby. Ultimate Beginners Guide to Coin Collecting Getting Started with Coin Collecting – Everything You Need to Know Coin collecting is the ideal hobby
How to Sell Estate Coins Here is an estate coin special guest post from Virginia M. where she discusses selling an estate and point out some things to know when selling an estate with estate coins. We had a prior
Morgan Silver Dollar History The Morgan Silver Dollar: Why is it so Beloved The Morgan silver dollar was named after it’s designer George T. Morgan and has become the “King of America’s Coins”, as it is a prized coin in
WHY THE AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE COIN IS SO COLLECTIBLE A Special Guest Post from “Infinite” on American Silver Eagles A lot of things are going on in the investment world, and some are quite interesting. If you’ve been paying a
Indian Gold Quarter Eagles – $2.50 Due to President Roosevelt’s boredom with the small gold coinage designs that had existed for almost a generation and all looked very similar, the Indian Quarter Eagle was born and replaced the Liberty Quarter
Coin Appraisals in Wilmington We are happy to offer coin appraisals by appointment in the Greater Wilmington area. What is a Coin Appraisal? A coin appraisal is an opinion of a coin’s or a coin collection’s value by an individual.
Wilmington Coins Inc Coin Shop – Coin Dealer – Formerly Don’s Coins If you are looking for a website for Wilmington Coins Inc., formerly Don’s Coins, you can stop searching because they do not have one. You would think that
1934 $500 Bill Along with some coins, I purchased this $500 bill from a couple a few weeks back. I think that the most interesting thing about it is the history and comparing the valuation of $500 in 1934 compared