All Blogs / Hobbies / Collecting / Currency Collecting / New

Value of one-sided nickel

Question: Okay so I have a nickel that has the tails side but not the head. It literally looks like only one side was minted and the other is flat. The

What does 2 of Date over 1 mean?

Question: In my 2010 Rotographic Collectors Coins GB Annual I keep coming across notes against coins as under:- 2 of date over 1

kennedy 40% half dollar weigh?

Question: What does a Kennedy 40% silver half dollar weigh? My Answer: The weight for the Kennedy Half Dollars dated 1965-1970 with a composition of -

How many 1982 d small date pennies were minted?

Question: I would like to know how many 1982 d small date us cents were minted. My Answer: Nick, as far as I know, the Mint has never released the mintage

Tennessee State Quarter

The Tennessee State Quarter was the first state quarter issued in 2002 and the 16th in the series which was authorized by the 50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act.

Is there such thing as a large cent minted without denticles?

Question: I am a new collector and may have been possibly taken in by fake coins. I bought one lot of 5 large cents on e-bay. Two of them I have suspicions

Rare Nickel

Question: I have a 2005 nickel, the face of the president is not centered, could this be a rare nickel? thanks My Answer: Saundra, the nickel you describe

1795 Jefferson Head Lettered Edge Liberty Cap Cent

Question: I believe my son has a 1795 Jefferson Head Lettered Edge Liberty Cap Cent. The details are difficult to determine because of what looks like

US mint wrapped coins

Question: Should you take coins out of the mint wrap paper and put into safe tubes or will it devalue them? My Answer: If you are talking about rolls

Are the transactions kept confidential?

Question: The bottom line; Does the government have access to purchase records? Are all coins exempt from confiscation? i.e. those without mint marks.

Should I keep coins in original rolls?

Question: I read somewhere that coins should not be kept in the original paper they are wrapped in because the paper has acid in it which will cause damage

What does the "m" value mean?

Question: Dear CCGFB: I have the rare opportunity this summer to sift through my coin collection and see exactly what I have, and from my grandparents'

Can you help me identify a coin?

Question: Among some old US coins I found a tiny coin, approximately 1/2 in diameter and very thin. It appears to be a gold coin. The front of the coin

How can I locate banks which receive the new Quarters when they are minted?

Question: Commerce Bank (now TD Bank) used to have a Quarters Club where you would be notified when the new State quarters where available and come into

What does "reverse" mean on a description on a coin?

Question: Like an 1899-0 reverse, what does the reverse mean? My Answer: Reverse simply means the back or 'tails' side of a coin. In the United States,

Magic With Coins

Magic With Coins Coins are more than just money. They are history, art and with a few simple secrets, magical. Here are five amazing magic tricks you

United States Presidents on Coins

The Presidents on Coins of the United States are all deceased. It has been traditional ever since the beginning of the United States as a country that only images of deceased people are used on our nation's coins and currency.

New Book Now Available!

Media Contact: Leila Benoun ZYRUS PRESS PUBLISHING Telephone: (888) 622-7823 Email: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Turn Your Old Money

Press Release: Are Unknown Treasures Buried Within Your Old Coins?

Media Contact: Jessica Mullenfeld ZYRUS PRESS PUBLISHING Telephone: (888) 622-7823 Email: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Are unknown

Coin Display Cases

Coin Display Cases can be a great way to show off your collection of State Quarters or Presidential Dollars, or just about any coins from your coin collection. Coin Collecting Cases come in a wide range of sizes and shapes to meet your needs or to complement the decor of your home.

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC