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CoinResource is a comprehensive site dedicated rare coin collecting. The site includes a coin store, coin directory, awards, articles, coin dealer, show guide, books, and other numismatic information.

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    montgomerycoinclub.org Montgomery County Coin Club-August 2007 Bulletin

    Coinfacts (owned by PCGS) Online Coin Prices One inevitable question is “what is that coin worth?” Unfortunately, because the market is so fluid, a printed guide may not be sufficient if up-to-the-minute information is necessary. Here is a list of sites that offer online price guides. Numismedia ... Read article

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    coinsblog.ws Off to the Queen City » Coin Collectors Blog

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    coincommunity.com Is this just MD? - Coin Community Forum

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    boards.collectors-society.com CoinBot - search engine for coins (sm) - Collectors Society Message Boards

    Hop to: NGC - NCS - PMG Forum ------ U.S. Coins World and Ancient Coins Numismatic General NGC Journals Coin Conservation Permanent Coin Collecting Polls & FAQs The Money Marketplace NGC Registry NGC Registry Help and Instructions Paper Money PMG Registry Help and Instructions PMG Journals Ask PM... Read article

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    coinforum.com Best deep metal detector - CoinForum.com: Rare Coin Forum

    Posted: 08 Apr 2007 at 2:49am Where I live in Florida the treasure coins are buried up to 600 feet in some places. Average metal detectors cant do that. Anyone know of a good one for this purpose. Lowest good working detector. John 3:16 Sponsored Links marksold Posted: 16 Mar 2012 at 3:41am The b... Read article

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    cointalk.org 1884 CC Morgan

    I was thinking about buying an 1884 CC Morgan dollar from my local B&M for my B-day present to myself. The coin in question is in a GSA black box » Support CoinTalk! Read article

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    accoins.org PCGS Certifies 1969-S Doubled Die Cent | The ACNS Blog PCGS Certifies 1969-S Doubled Die Cent | Atlantic County Numismatic Society

    May 24, 2010 by jasonogrady Yes, you can still find valuable coins. Professional Coin Grading Service has certified a recently discovered modern rarity, a 1969 San Francisco Mint doubled die obverse Lincoln Cent. It’s graded PCGS Mint State 64 Red and tied for the finest known! The coin was disco... Read article

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    forums.somd.com For all you Horse Geniuses.. - Southern Maryland Community Forums

    User Name Remember Me? Page 1 of 3 Posts: 31,211 For all you Horse Geniuses.. Have you looked closely at he Ky State Coin? Which one of you can tell what kind of horse is on it?? Quote: Originally Posted by BadGirl Bob is the bestest lookin and smartest man I've ever met. Stop Complaining and Sta... Read article

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    coins.thefuntimesguide.com Rare Pennies You Should Hold Onto... Including The 1943 Penny - The Fun Times Guide to U.S. Coins

    Get Our Fun Coin Tips Via Email Coin Things We Love… A list of rare pennies you should hold onto... especially 1943 pennies. Other rare pennies discussed here include the 1792 penny, 1793 penny, 1844 penny, 1856 penny, 1877 penny, 1909 penny, 1924 penny, 1936 penny, 1943 penny, 1955 penny, 1974 p... Read article

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    ttlg.com Everyone from Wyoming should be embarrassed.

    My favorites are Connecticut and Texas , simple and iconic, but still use the space well. Last edited by demagogue; 16th Jan 2008 at 00:01. Location: Betwixt and Between Well, it makes sense that the coin is as boring as the state itself. Location: Location: news flash: WYOMING SUCKS...there is n... Read article

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    thecollectinggene.blogspot.com The Collecting Gene: "Coin Dealer Traits - Is there a Coin Dealing Gene?"

    September 1, 2008. About. Books + Mags 4 You!. Search Amazon!. Recent Comments. Amazon's MP3 Clips!. Just What You Want!. Key Collecting Websites. Blog Archive. Labels. Have Fun Outdoors!. "Coin Dealer Traits - Is there a Coin Dealing Gene?". 0comments:. I don't know anyone who collects coins. Or... Read article

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    huffingtonpost.com Littleton Coin Company Claims 'Ike' Coins In Montana Vault From Denver U.S. Mint

    CONCORD, N.H. -- A New Hampshire-based coin dealer has acquired a 5-ton stash of more than 220,000 rare Eisenhower $1 coins that were tucked away in a Montana bank vault for more than 30 years. Littleton Coin Company has not disclosed the price, but it said Monday that the coins, most in sealed c... Read article

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    coins-and-banknotes.blogspot.com Coins and banknotes

    Coins and banknotes Dear Friends,I am Dr.Mohamad Ismail.I am from Egypt. I am a collector of world coins and banknotes,i swapped more than 140 times with many collectors around the world.My collection of banknotes is more than 1500 different banknotes not counting Egypt.I will add photos of my co... Read article

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    symonsez.wordpress.com God has not always been found on US currency or the Pledge of Allegiance « Symon Sez

    Symon Sez. God has not always been found on US currency or the Pledge of Allegiance. Share this:. Like this:. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Follow Symon Sez. One Response. Salmon P. Chase ca. 1860. On This Date in History : When the Civil War first broke out in April 1861, most Americans, particula... Read article

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    gothamist.com Keep an Eagle Eye Out for Penn Station Eagles: Gothamist

    Keep an Eagle Eye Out for Penn Station Eagles. Other Interesting Stories. Comments [ rss ]. send a tip. about. contribute. subscribe. From 1910 until 1963, when New York actually had a Pennsylvania Station instead of a dingy 1960s subterranean rat warren beneath a hockey rink and office towers, t... Read article

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