If you think Roosevelt dimes are boring, think again! There are some high-priced rarities in the series and a ton of silver Roosevelt dimes you can pick up for a nominal cost over bullion value.
I love to collect pennies. I've been collecting pennies (U.S. one-cent coins) since I first jumped into the hobby in 1992 -- and I still enjoy them today. I continue to find old pennies, penny errors, and other interesting, valuable pennies in pocket change today, and all for merely their
I enjoy buying old, used coin supplies. Not only are used coin collecting supplies less expensive than new ones, but many old coin supply products are vintage collector items themselves -- sometimes they're as scarce (or even scarcer) than the very coins they were designed to hold! What
If you collect coins, you know about the 1943 steel Lincoln cent. But, what about the 1944 steel pennny? While the U.S. Mint struck more than a billion steel pennies in 1943, about 35 examples of the zinc-coated steel cent are known to have been inadvertently struck bearing the date 1944. Why Were Some […]
Buying rare coins isn’t monkey business! It takes a lot of money and even more guts to lay out hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a single coin, of course, unless you’re rolling in dough and have plenty of pretty pennies to spend on buying a pretty penny. However, having bought a few pretty […]
Have you seen the 2016 Liberty centennial commemorative gold coins? They showcase 3 beloved coin designs that the United States Mint first struck in 1916. The new gold coins feature the same designs seen on the Mercury dime, Standing Liberty quarter, and Walking Liberty half dollar.
American Silver Eagles are widely regarded as bullion investment coins for those who wish to make money buying and selling the popular 1-ounce silver coins. Even though I’m a dyed-in-the-wool numismatist, I dig collecting silver bullion eagles. Some penny-pinching silver stackers probably can’t fathom the idea of collecting each and every silver eagle made since […]