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31 Dec 2021

I’m back! so good to see y’all!

| Eriknation

Hi, it's Eric The Coin Kid here. I haven't posting because of school but I will try my best to write when I can. It's been about 2 months since my last post. Anyways, Today I will be writing about Roosevelt dimes. The dime that is in circulation today.

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31 Dec 2021

Proof Buffalo Nickels: The Only Bisons With Dates!

Coins-United States | thatcoinguy

When the buffalo nickel was released in 1916, it quickly became a favorite with collectors and the public alike. The favored it for it’s distinctively “American” design. Designed by James Earle Fraser, it features a representation of a Native American on the obverse, and a bison on the reverse. The reason for the title is that while most Buffalo nickels had a superior strike at the time of minting, the design (especially the date) soon wears off after use in general circulation. All my roll searching friends can testify on that. But the proof versions are beautifully struck, even better than the circulation strikes, and as they were only struck for collectors, most (if not all) have their dates. I have had the chance to see multiple of these special strikes, and I was considering buying one as a nice addition for my collection. But, as I do with all of my potential numismatic purchases, I had to do my research. Here’s some things I discovered.

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30 Dec 2021

Future of buying and selling coins online

| user_55494

Hello everyone and good day! Today I am here because I created a new business venture. So many people including me have experienced a fraudulent coin transaction online, in addition to almost becoming a victim of one. This is why I am starting The Coin Marketplace. This platform will be a secure platform where a third party(me) mediates a secure and verified coin transaction. If you buy, sell, or trade coins or bullion, be sure to give a follow and check it out. My goal is to help out as many people as possible while providing a safe space within the industry where you don't have to worry about fraud and scams. If you have any questions, you can ask them here or dm me on Instagram. This is anything but a scam, and I hope you see that. I am currently working on the ANA Diploma Program, and am working on getting a corporation license in the state of Florida. Thank you for listening, and happy collecting!@thecoinmarketplace on Instagram :)

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30 Dec 2021

2003 Turkish coin, a country that still writes history

Coins-World | AC coin$

Turkey is, in my opinion, a magnificent country that still evokes and writes history both ongoing and from it's past.

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30 Dec 2021

Top ten ways to destroy coins - Part 7

| Stan McDonald - author

One of the worst places to store coins is in any metal box, especially those that rust. Most metal rusts over time – the oxygen in the air condenses with water vapor and creates rust. Aluminum containers will retain moisture and even these containers will accumulate "white" oxidation.

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