Coin Collecting Software

Hi all. I'm curious if any databases are better or worse for collecting merchant tokens and civil war tokens. These tend not to have as much online reference, what with pre existing photos and such.

10 months ago

I'm working on a Microsoft Access project to create a coin database. But off the shelf software has been around a long time.  TheSpruceCrafts.com did a review at thesprucecrafts.com/best-coin-collecting-software-5120712.  PCGS offers a free online way to catalog your collection.  US Coin makes a Mac only application.  Exact Change seems to be highly rated.  There is EZ Coin, and then Liberty Street's Coin Manager which are good for valuing and inventorying your collection.  I have not tried any of these personally.  My goal with a database is to catalogue multiple collections, sets within collections, valuation for insurance, investment, and inheritance purposes, and maintain a disposition of individual coins, collections, or sets (sale, theft, damage or loss, on loan, etc.)

3 months ago
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