Do you have any old dimes? Do you happen to have a 1975 Roosevelt dime without a mintmark? (So there’s no tiny “S” or tiny “P” on your 1975 dime?) See what makes this rare dime valuable and how you can find similar rare dimes.
What are impaired proof coins? What makes them different from regular proof coins? Is it a good idea to collect impaired proof coins? Here’s the scoop!
Trying to find the perfect coin gift for someone? These 5 coin gift ideas are sure to please even the non-numismatists in your life.
There’s plenty of variety for coin collectors with 2011 United States proof sets.
Handling an estate collection of coins can be a difficult task, but these 5 tips may help make that daunting task much easier.
Find out 10 coin terms you’ve got to know to succeed in coin collecting.
There are many fun ways to collect United States proof sets.
A proof Roosevelt dime set makes an excellent coin collection that is cheap, easy, and fun to put together!
The United States Mint will be releasing proof sets and uncirculated coin sets earlier in the year come 2011.
Don’t fall for this coin misnomer about ‘S’ mintmarks on proof coins…
The brand new 2010 silver proof set is being released by the United States Mint on August 26!
The 1964 proof set is the first to contain the Kennedy half dollar and the last until the 1990s to have 90% silver versions of the dime, quarter, and half dollar.
The 1999 proof set was the first coin set to feature the 50 States Quarters.
The United States Mint has supplied the release dates for the rest of the 2010 coin products set to be sold. Check out when the coin or coin set you’re waiting to buy will be coming out!
The 1936 proof set was the first modern United States proof set.
The U.S. Mint has released a 90% silver version of the new quarters proof set. It features each of the 5 America the Beautiful quarter designs for 2010.
The 1955 proof set is the first United States proof set to come in a flat cellophane package.
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The 1979 proof set comes in 2 varieties. Find out which one you have!
The 1981 proof set attracts much coin collector attention because proof sets that year were produced in 2 varieties: Type 1 is common, Type 2 is considerably scarcer and much more valuable.
The 1950 proof set was the first proof set made by the U.S. Mint since 1942. Featuring silver coins and the now-obsolete Lincoln wheat cent, the 1950 proof set is a popular coin set among coin collectors.
The 2010 proof set featuring the new America the Beautiful quarters is due out May 13.
Make sure you buy your 2009 United States proof sets from the U.S. Mint while you still can!
The 2009 Lincoln Log Cabin penny is the first of 4 Lincoln cent designs struck that year honoring the 200th anniversary of Lincoln’s birth.
Mint sets and proof sets may seem to have some similarities, but these two types of mint coin sets are actually quite different from each other. Find out more about the differences between mint sets and proof sets.