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Answered 2005-04-11 22:52:33

There are many reasons to start a coin collection ... as to which one is best, that has to be determined on a personal basis : 1) as a hobby 2) to learn about coins and history 3) as an investment 4) something to get you out of the house once in a while (like some wives suggest) 5) boy scout project 6) a shared interest activity with a loved one or any combination of the above.


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A coin collection can consist of as many coins as you want. You could start pulling coins out of circulation, or you could start spending 5,000$ on each coin, and both of these examples are considered coin collections.

A Coin collection is called that. A coin collection. We coin collectors don't have a name for it other than "Coin collection" Nothing fancy going on.

A coin collection is called, well, a coin collection. The hobby of collecting coins is called numismatics.

A coin collection is called just that. A coin collection. Although the people that collect coins are called "numismatists".

yes a coin collection is personal property.

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Numismatics is the study or collection of currency.

To start a new coin collection it will be important to have the proper storage folders and albums based on the types of coins being collected. Additionally it will be important to have a magnifier, light, gloves and a soft cloth.

There are some good ways to manage a coin collection. I seem to be no good at any of them. :) The best way, in my opinion, is to photograph each coin, and purchase a coin collecting program online where it keeps track of current prices, what you paid, name, mintage, rairty, and photos. Very handy because everything is in one place.

If you don't know anything about coins, then the first step should be to take the collection to a coin dealer to get an appraisal.

I am sure the question is about a silver medallion collection since the Bunker Hill Mine did not mint any coins.This question could be best answered by a medallion collector as opposed to a coin collector.

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It's value depends on what coins are in the 'collection' and the grades (condition) of them. It needs to be seen. Take it to a coin dealer for a value.

If you have lost a coin collection, we will probably not be of much help. If you are looking to buy one, you could advertise on eBay or visit a local coin dealer.

It said in a coin collection book that this coin costs about $500.00

Other coin collectors, investors, precious metals dealers, coin shops, etc.

The 1966 world cup coin collection worth like 14 euros. The price also depends on the demands that the coin have therefore if the coin get older the price will go up.

Any coin website can give valuations on coins, but they will only be an average or best guess on current market trends. If you need a valuation, take your coins to a reputable coin dealer who will be able to make a valuation based on an examination of the condition and authenticity of your coins.

Mint error coin that has become famous in coin collection circles.

The U.S. Mint no longer maintains a collection. In 1923 the Smithsonian Institution received the collection and it is now part of their National Numismatic Collection.

People have been retailing a complete esso world cup coin collection, including the rarer booby Moore cbe coin for £27.95 on eBay

You can get tips on starting a US coin collection online at the Gold Coin Network website. Once on the page, type "Tips for starting your collection" into the search field at the top right-hand corner of the page and press enter to bring up the information.

#166 is 500 for each coin and theirs 6 in a set and that goes to 3,000 #187 is probably around 5,000

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