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Coin Update author Dennis Hengeveld states that collectors were once limited to buying at their neighborhood coin shop, at local and national trade shows, and through mail-order lists.  The Internet has created an online marketplace that stretches from coast to coast and beyond.  As a seller, does not having an on-line presence make you non-existent to buyers?  […]

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Rod Gillis, from Coin Update, explores the various options available when inheriting a U.S. coin collection. This vignette presents several helpful avenues for the collection whether you intend to sell, donate or keep it intact! If you need assistance in determining what to do, just send a message in the contact section and we will be […]

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Buying Coin Rolls Online

One of the most difficult purchases to make online concerns coin rolls, especially when sellers hype what may be inside them.  Imagine yourself in a coin shop or at a coin show looking at rolls.  What should I look for? Michael Bugeja from Coin World discusses this topic and showcases several examples in his informative […]

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Beware of the Fakes!!  Here is Some Help In its weekly issues, Coin World writer Paul Gilkes often discusses counterfeit silver bullion coins, rounds and bars that have plagued the numismatic marketplace for several years.  He has reported on counterfeit 1-ounce silver rounds being offered in the United States, fake 2011 silver bullion coins surfacing […]

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Look who’s talking about Silver. . . Over the past several years, the public media landscape on the internet has erupted with hundreds of tools designed to let people learn, discuss, argue, connect, and to share photos, videos and audio clips. And while the internet has been busy exploding with these tools, jewelry and coin […]

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