Mint Marks: Those Small Letters On U.S. Coins Explained

What are mint marks? Mintmarks are small letters stamped on U.S. coins that designate where the coin was made. Where a coin was minted affects its value. See which coins each U.S Mint facility made. And what a U.S. coin without a mintmark means. (Some are rare error coins. Others are not supposed to have a mint mark.)

How To Appraise Your Coin Collection Yourself

Wondering how to appraise your coin collection? I’m going to walk you through the 5 steps for appraising coins yourself — so you will have a good handle on all of the coins in your collection and how much they’re worth.

Old Coins You Might Have… & What They’re Worth

What Are Old Coins Worth? See the value of old pennies, Buffalo nickels, Mercury dimes, Roosevelt dimes, Washington quarters, Franklin half dollars, Kennedy half dollars, silver dollars, and pre-1934 gold coins! (Those are the most commonly found old coins.)

5 Rookie Mistakes When Buying Gold Coins

Gold Buying Mistakes: See how to avoid the most common mistakes when buying gold coins. A list of the top 5 mistakes newbies often make when buying gold coins to collect… or to build their investment portfolio.