Big Nub Numismatics's Blog

17 Aug 2021

Huge project

| Big Nub Numismatics

Hello again everyone!I haven't been active on here for a while now, coins have kept me busy. I've been working full time at a coin shop and traveling around to shows and flea markets across the state. It is as fun as you can imagine. I probably won't be active on here for any extended period of time, but I stop by and read blogs here and there. I've recently just finished a project on numismatics. It took about 300 hours to code, but I finally got a working system that gives accurate wholesale prices for coins, like the greysheet, but for free. thecoinwiki.org is what I called it. feel free to stop by and check it out.On the other hand, what do you guys think the 1804 Bust will sell for, or the MS-66+ flowing hair dollar? It will be fun to watch. I hope everyone keeps safe and happy.



Level 4

Nice website!

I. R. Bama

Level 5

The list is very helpful, thank you!


Level 6

Sounds like you have been super busy! Good luck on all your numismatic adventures! ; )

Long Beard

Level 5

Glad to see you're still hangin' around. Like yourself I had those same struggles earlier in the year. The 1804 sold for 4.1 million and the 1794 a record, and most ever paid for a single coin, $10,016,875.


Level 5

Very active numismatic life you have. Hope the hobby is active where you are. I know Pennsylvania shows and area shows have been very busy.


Level 6

Sounds like a rewarding project


Level 4



Level 7

That's great news Nub. I'm very happy for you. You really nailed it. Congratulations on your job and shows and your project. You were missed. But your doing what you want with what you love . Coins!! Keep us updated once in a while . It was great hearing from you!


Level 5

Nice blog!


Level 6

Pretty nice guide. Good luck on your profession. Thanks.

It's Mokie

Level 6

Cool BN, I see you active on Insta and can tell you are really getting into the business of our hobby. I will definitely check out your wiki page. Looks like prices for the very rarest of coins are all hitting new highs, I would expect the 1804 and 1794 Dollars will set new records. Keep us posted on your activities, we're a nebby bunch.

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