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All Indian Head Cents on Sale in March

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Now that we've moved into March, our entire inventory of Indian Head Cents is discounted 10%. It's our way of saying thank you for being with us these 10 years. Use coupon code '10Years' at checkout to have the discount applied. 

Whether you're starting your collection with circulated Indian Head Cents or adding PCGS or NGC graded examples to your collection, this month is a great time to do it. All month long, we'll be focusing on adding more Indian Cents to our inventory. We love these coins and we hope you will too!

Has it Been 10 Years Already?

It's hard for me to believe that I've been a rare coin dealer for 10 years now. I don't think anyone would have expected me or this business to last as long as it has. I want to say thank you to all of our customers without whose support we would not be where we [...]

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Coin Collecting and Winter Storm Jonas

I want to than everyone for their support. We were closed Saturday and Monday due to Winter Storm Jonas. We're fully up and running Tuesday and shipping orders as fast as we can. Thanks to all our customers for their patience. Growing up in the Northeast where two feet of snow didn't slow things down much, [...]

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Walking Liberty Half Dollar Short Set

The Walking LIberty Half Dollar is one of the most iconic American coins. The series began in 1916 with U.S. Mint engraver Adolph Weinman's design. Most all of the dates and mint mark varieties were minted in quantities over one million pieces except for the 1921, 1921-D, and 1921-S Walking Liberty Half Dollar. Unfortunately, even [...]

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Zimbabwe $100,000,000,000,000 Bank Note

As we venture home or away for the beginning of the Holiday Season, let's take a look at the Zimbabwe P# 91 2008 $100 Trillion bank note. Yup, a hundred trillion. $100,000,000,000,000. In the late 90's and early 2000's Zimbabwe went through a period of unprecedented inflation caused by high import trade imbalance, too much [...]

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Silver Dollar Type Coin Collecting: Part 1 of 2

I had a young girl in our store over the weekend who was desperately trying to finish her Lincoln Wheat Cent collection. All she needed, her father said, was a 1909-S, 1909-S VDB, 1914-D, 1922 Plain, and 1931-S. When I explained those weren't in the Under $25 boxes, but rather in certified holders starting at [...]

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What Happened to the D on the 1922-D Lincoln Wheat Cent?

As rare coin dealers, this is a question that often comes up from collectors working on their Lincoln Wheat Cent collection. Some coin collectors are looking for the 1922 from Philadelphia and the 1922 from the Denver mint. Let me put this discussion to bed quickly. The 1922 Lincoln Wheat Cent was only minted at [...]

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Affordable Three Cent Coins to Collect

As a result of the Gold Rush in 1849, the price of silver, relative to gold, rose substantially from the influx of newly discovered gold. Silver coins were hoarded and even exported and melted, causing a shortage of small silver change. The United States introduced the three cent coin and reduced the price of postage from [...]

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2016 Silver Kangaroos have arrived

We just received a small allotment of Perth Mint 2016 Kangaroo Silver bullion coins. We're excited to have these given the current shortage of silver bullion coins at reasonable prices. The Perth Mint has delivered the first-ever Australian Kangaroo 1 oz Silver bullion coin. Struck in .9999 fine Silver, this Australian Silver coin is a treasure [...]

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A Brief History of Newfoundland Coins

Coin collectors from Canada, the United States, and around the world seek out the rare and elusive coins from Newfoundland. This history of this small country, now a province of Canada is fascinating and can be seen in its coinage history.The first brief European contact with Newfoundland and Labrador came about 1000 AD when the [...]

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