31 Dec 2022

G.S.A . Hoard! Morgan Dollars

Coins | Mike

Hi !. Hope everyone had a good Christmas and Holidays.! This will be short. The blog is about the G.S.A. hoard. What was that. The government was going thru bags of silver coins and hit the mother load. Bags and bags of CC silver dollars. Now the chart below will show you how many of each coin was found. This impacted the history of collecting CC dollars.! What were they going to do.?Well they has an auction and the minimum bid was 60.00. and they put a limit on it. Surprising they didn't sell as many as the first year. And sales dropped of in sales after that. This started in the 1970's and sales at first were good. But after that they dropped of.

30 Dec 2022

Hi, I’ts been a LONG LONG TIME!

| Eriknation

Well, last time I said I was going to come back to blogging. After a couple weeks I stopped. So many things have happened since my last blog post. I guess, I’ll try to start blogging more. I hope everyone is doing well!

30 Dec 2022

Cool Coins You Don't See Everyday!

Coins-United States | theCollectorOfCoins

As a coin dealer it's important to have new inventory, otherwise when repeat customers come, if all they see are the same coins (which they may not need or want) the likelihood of them returning declines. Here are three really cool coins I recently picked up with one of them being a coin you can find coin roll hunting!Please check out my YouTube video by clicking on this link:https://youtu.be/J_nilntfRqA

30 Dec 2022


Coins-World | Longstrider

If you were around in the 70's and 80's, like I was, the South Africa Gold Krugerrand was all the rage. If one was trying to be cool one NEEDED it. If you were really cool you wore it on a chain around your neck to the disco. I wasn't cool, surprise. However I did admire the coin. The color of the gold was and still is very unique. It has a more orange color than most gold coins. I never bought one. I didn't have the money back then. When I did get enough money for some gold coins I went with Canadian Maple Leafs'. A more pure gold mixture at the time was in the Canadian.

30 Dec 2022

1943-S DDO quarter

Coins | user_80121

This is a really cool coin I found at my grandparents place while I was just wandering around and looking around and in a little box in my mom's old room I found the quarter in there. So I showed it to my grandpa and as was looking through a little magnify glass I saw the doubling. It was quite a surprise saying that I pulled it out of a random little box. We think it may have come from my great grandpa as a gift for someone in the family. The coin isn't in that great of condition but it still is a valuable coin. One of the first error coins I found!


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