Coin rolls are used by banks, but they're also treasure troves for coin collectors! See how many coins come in a roll by denomination + The value of each roll of coins by denomination. Find out how many dimes are in a dime roll, how many pennies are in a penny roll, how many quarters are in a quarter role, and how many nickels are in a nickel role.
Articles for category: Coin Collecting 101
Collecting and using old coin holders has become fashionable among coin collectors who want to enjoy a slice of nostalgia; sometimes, buying old coin holders can save money compared to buying new coin holders.
I've been collecting coins for years. See why I keep my coins in albums, and why coin albums are so popular for storing Lincoln cents & ALL types of coins!
What is a mint coin? And how much are mint coins worth? Learn what the terms "mint condition,” “mint state,” and "mint coin" mean to collectors… and how much mint coins are worth.
Here’s what to look for on your uncirculated (mint state) coins that have never been used as money: 1) Wear (see where to look for wear on coins) and 2) Grade (see how to determine the grade of your uncirculated coins - with all 11 uncirculated coin grades explained in layman’s terms).
What's my coin worth? While it may seem like a fairly easy question, it takes a really good evaluation of the coin by a professional coin dealer to determine your coin's value accurately. You see, when determining the value of a coin, the appraiser must consider not only the date and denomination of the coin, but also what condition it is in, what the value of the metal is, the relative scarcity of the coin, and other issues.
What Are Slabbed Coins? (Hint: They’re Highly Sought After, Often Expensive, And Frequently Rare Coins)
Slabbed coins are often expensive, high-grade, and rare coins. Slabbed coins often represent a 'safe buy'. Here's what you need to know about slabbed coins.