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18 Jan 2019

Choose Your Realm

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There are countless different coins any collector can collect. Therearetons of options for US coins, world coins, ancient coins, and even currency and tokens. You need to choose what you want to collect to allow you to be the happiest collector you can be. I already did an article about this for the types of sets you can collect, but you don’t even have to go into a set, but rather, collect something that fits you that may not even be a traditional route. The following are some important things to consider before starting a collection. Even if you’ve been collecting for years, you can always change it up and collect something different.

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28 Sep 2018

What Got Me Into Collecting? Part I

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Everyone has their own unique story about how he or she got interested in coins and here’s mine. Many years ago, when I was probably around five, my dad bought two state quarter books, one for him and one for me. During this time, whenever he got quarter change, we would look through it to find State Quarters to fill the books. This was before the National Park Quarters, so we would find either generic Washington Quarters or State Quarters. We slowly filled up both books. I was about seven years old when the series concluded. By the time we finished our books, I was probably around eight years old. After that, my collecting run essentially ended.

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19 Oct 2017

The Best Ways to Organize Your Collection

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Many collectors want to showcase and organize their coin collection in a nice, organized way that they understand. Many turn to Excel spreadsheets or other alternatives, while others turn to the special software designed specifically for coin collectors. However, there are many free and great ways to organize your coin collection. I have used all the formats below and these are my honest reviews of each, helping you to decide which one is best for you.

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