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30 Jul 2021

How To Grow Your Numismatic Collection, Fast!

Collecting Tips | CheerioCoins

One way to get more coins faster is roll searching, which is looking through rolls of coins (which are obtainable at banks) some coins you should look for while roll searching are wheat+steel cents (1909-1958), silver nickels (1942-1945), silver Roosevelt dimes (1946-1964), and silver(1932-1964)/West Point mint quarters (2019, 2020).Also, when you are at coin shows, or even online, you should look at every booth for coin(s) you want/need to get the best price. Also, use Greysheet (or something like Greysheet, i.e. Blue Book) to get the best price.Lastly, here on the ANA website, you can earn YN dollars which can be used at the monthly and yearly auction. You can get these by writing informational blogs, like this one (this is not the only way to earn these dollars), at a maximum of 2 a week. You will receive the physical dollar through the mail, and will sent them back if you win a lot at an auction. Thank you for reading my information on how to get more coins faster.

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23 Jul 2021

A Time To Adjust

Collecting Tips | user_16113

I’ve found it hard to collect coins resently as the world uses more credit cards and debit cards. But, I’ve also found ways to collect and adjust to this time and even with the covid 19 crisis. Go to your local bank. I’ve even made friends with some of the tellers and they’ll set aside coins for me. Asablish a trading place with people. You might just find the thing that you need for that date hole in your album. Learn, learn, learn. If you can’t do anything, learn what you can. You could just learn something that you never knew. Last, join clubs and face book groups and talk with other people. You can swap knowledge and tips. You can still collect and more specific learn knowledge is power.

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02 Jul 2021

Collecting On A Budget: How To Make An Affordable and Beautiful Numismatic Collection

Collecting Tips | thatcoinguy

Hello fellow YNs! (If this goes on the main blog, sorry. I'm new to this.)

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14 Jun 2021

Whitman Folders

Collecting Tips | CoinCollector7777

If you get a Red Book and you want to get the free thing in the back of the book, be prepared to wait. A long time. Filling the card out is pretty simple, and postage is free if you send it in the U.S. When you send it, it takes like a month to arrive to it's destination if you live far-ish away. Then, It takes around 1 or 2 months for whatever you are trying to get to come back to you. It says "please allow 4 to 6 weeks for shipping" or something like that, but it takes way longer. So if you need the free thing in the back of the Red Book, get it online or somewhere faster, don't wait for it. P.S. I'm still waiting for the other thing to come back.

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31 Mar 2021

Remember What you have

Collecting Tips | user_16113

Every time I go to a pawn shop or coin show l always at least forget at least one coin l needed. So, I made a on the go coin kit that had a red book, magnifier, and my coin record’s to. Its helped me remember what coins l need and not come home with the wrong coin to.

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