There are many interesting coins that are available for under $5. If you’re collecting coins and you don’t have a lot of money to spend, then you might want to start with these cheap coins.
Indian Head Pennies
The U.S. Mint made Indian Head cents from 1859 to 1909. Today, they are quite valuable. Here, experienced coin collectors are sharing little-known facts about Indian Head pennies, fun ways to collect Indian Head cents, which Indian Head pennies are the rarest and most valuable, and how much your Indian Head pennies are worth.
Collecting type sets is a way to collect coins on a budget. You might choose to collect one type of coin, or collect coins from a certain year.
Here are the top 10 U.S. coins that everyone’s talking about. They’re definitely worth collecting. Most aren’t even that hard to find, and they won’t cost you an arm and a leg either!
You may be glad to hear that there are dozens of U.S. coins considered rare, and that many estates include rare U.S. coins. Many others are found in attics, old drawers and chests, and some are even found in circulation!
Check out these one-of-a-kind coin-related items would make great Christmas and Birthday gifts for friends or relatives who are coin collectors — even beginners or those who just found coins and they’re now a little interested in coin collecting.
Interested in finding the grade of your penny? Here’s how you can determine the exact grades for your circulated small cents — pennies.
The flying eagle cent is one of my favorite coins. I own 8 flying eagle pennies. Here are some little-known fatcs about the flying eagle penny…
I did a little research to find out which U.S. coins are actually worth something today. See what I found — which coins to keep and which ones are worthless. Plus, see how to determine the value of YOUR coins, and which U.S. coins you should hold onto and not spend — according to the Ultimate Guide of U.S. Coins Worth More Than Face Value!