coin values

The vast majority of coin collectors collect for the joy and experiences the hobby brings – not for financial gain. On the flip side, collecting coins can place a burden on the wallet so most collectors are savvy in at least the basics of finance. To that end, CoinNews.net has added a FREE and simple […]

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Reflecting on inflation numbers can be interesting and many times surprising. As an example, one dollar in 1915 has the same buying power as $20.69 today. More recently, a dollar in 2000 has the same buying power as $1.21 today. Given that, could you… would you… believe a 2000 box of Cheerios® is now worth […]

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It’s evening, you’ve already browsed around the Internet for your daily online fix, nothing’s good on TV and you’re otherwise bored silly but don’t feel like going out. What do you do? As a collector, there’s something that just feels good about relaxing with a great coin book or magazine in hand. If you’re like […]

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Proof 2007 American Buffalo Gold coins were taken off the market and the American Eagle Platinum Uncirculated coins quickly followed suite. The bullion coins join the ranks of the American Eagle Gold Uncirculated coins that were removed for sale back on September 13. Yes, that’s nearly a month ago now. The proof versions of the […]

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Two-headed coins don’t command but a few dollars for price. And, instead of finding one in your pocket change and selling it for profit, you’re more likely to pay those few dollars to purchase one in a novelty, prank or magician’s shop. That’s not to say people don’t find them… One of the most frequently […]

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Gold is continuing through its extended gains and hit a spot price of $746.30 an ounce early Monday morning. That’s the highest level seen since January 1980. Will increasing gold prices continue to forestall the resumption of U.S. Mint gold coin sales? To date, it appears that way. On September 13th, the United States Mint […]

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