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    Articles, Essays

    13 visitors recommend:
    Early American coins
    Source: Coin-Collecting.info
    An introduction to early American coins, including the famous New England Pine Tree coinage and George Washington pieces.
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    The Coin Grading System
    Source: The Perfect Coin
    Author: Robert L Taylor, JD
    E-mail: robert@theperfect-coin.com
    Coins are graded on a 0-70 point scale devised by Dr William Shelby. The Grade of a Coin Is Everything, so it helps to understand how coins are Graded. The Official A.N.A. Grading Standards for United States Coins published by the ANA is the authority. Under this method the higher the point scale accorded a particular coin, the better its quality.
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    E-Texts

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    Irish Coinage
    Source: John Stafford-Langan
    Country: Ireland
    "Information about Irish coins (and banknotes) for numismatists, collectors, archaeologists and others who have an interest in the currency in use in Ireland from earliest times to the present day." Offers a large collection of images and descriptions.
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    Organizations

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    Calumet Numismatic Club
    Source: http://777customs.com/coinclublinks.htm
    City: Calumet, State: IN E-mail: stumpy777@mchsi.com
    The oldest coin club in Indiana since 1939 with meetings held monthly. All are wecome to attend and join.
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    Catalogs, Shops

    12 visitors recommend:
    All Certified Coins
    Source: Jason Stevens
    City: St. Paul, State: MN
    A coin shop with coins graded by PCGS, NGC, ANACS, ICG, PCI, NTC, ACG, and more.
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    5 visitors recommend:
    Jake's Marketplace coin shop
    Source: Jake's Marketplace
    State: IL
    A family-run coin dealer established in 1963. Now they tell me their entire business is online. Bob "Jake" Jacobs and Michael Jacobs are trustworthy guys if you're looking to fill out your coin collection or pick up supplies.
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    2 visitors recommend:
    The Ancient Coin Store
    Source: J. Jones
    A very well organized ancient coin store operated by a retired college art professor. Specializes in ancient Roman and Greek coins.
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    Coin Art and Coin Collecting Posters
    Source: HistoryImages.com
    Thumbnails and links to posters of coins and coin collecting art prints.
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    Artwork

    1 visitors recommend:
    State Quarter Art
    Source: Renew Distributing
    State: IA E-mail: Sales@StateQuarterArt.com
    A burl walnut USA map for displaying your 50 State Quarter collection.
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    Posters, Prints

    3 visitors recommend:
    Coin Press 1851 art print
    Source: AllPosters
    20 in. x 16 in. art print of a 19th Century coin press.
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    Chinese Coin art print
    Source: AllPosters
    8 in. x 8 in. art print of an ancient Chinese coin.
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    Childrens Books

    6 visitors recommend:
    Coin Collecting for Kids
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Steve Otfinoski and Jack Graham
    A colorful book to introduce children to the hobby.
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    3 visitors recommend:
    Those Amazing Coins: A kids guide to coin collecting
    Source: Amazon
    Author: R. Volpe and K. Flynn
    A beginner's book for children 10 and up. Includes history related to the presidents that are found on our current coinage, and a look into the State Quarter program. (2000)
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    Reference Works

    8 visitors recommend:
    The New York Times Guide to Coin Collecting
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Ed Reiter
    A wide-ranging guide that includes where to buy coins: the Internet, coin shops, auctions; where to find great deals; how to care for a collection; glossary of terms, and more. Includes the Statehood Quarters. (2002)
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    4 visitors recommend:
    The Whitman Guide to Coin Collecting
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Kenneth Bressett
    The classic guidebook. It's a comprehensive guide to everything a new collector needs to know. (1999)
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    4 visitors recommend:
    Coin Collector's Survival Manual
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Scott A. Travers
    Amazon readers give it four stars. One writes, "I felt the most helpful sections were the detailed write-ups on grading (different services, methods, and evolution of) and how to spot artificial toning, counterfitting, and doctoring/cleaning. It also explains how not to get ripped off at coin shows and by con-artist dealers. I would recommend this for beginners, as well as intermediate coin collectors." (2000)
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    3 visitors recommend:
    Coin Collecting for Dummies
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Ron Guth
    Amazon readers give it five stars. One writes, "This is a great book to read - even for non-coin collectors. The historical data is fascinating. Well written, good touches of humor -- informative and educational. I think it's appropriate for anyone from beginning to experienced collectors and just about anyone who's interested in money." (2001)
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    Planning Your Rare Coin Retirement
    Source: Amazon
    Author: David L. Ganz
    Amazon readers give it five stars. One writes, "Coin Collecting is fun. This book shows how it can become profitable. The lists of gold and platinum are a swell bonus, because most collectors don't believe that they can buy precious metal coins so modestly in price." (1998)
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    Ancient Coin Collecting V: The Romanion/Byzantine Culture
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Wayne G. Sayles
    From an Amazon reader: "Coinage usually reflects the culture, and this is clearly illustrated in Sayles' presentation. It is filled with numerous figures of coins, maps, and genealogy. ... It is fascinating to see how the coinage changed from images of emperor and soldiers to images of Christ and crosses." (1998)
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    2 visitors recommend:
    Statehood Quarters Collecting Kit
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Whitman Coin Products
    1 Statehood folder, 2 Statehood plastic strips, 1 Statehood checklist/schedule, 1 copy of the new book "The Whitman Guide to Coin Collecting" and 1 hobby magnifier. (1999)
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    1 visitors recommend:
    Ancient Coin Collecting
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Wayne G. Sayles
    From the author: "David Sear once said 'collectors of ancient coins suffer from the Robinson Crusoe syndrome,' that is, they feel a sense of isolation and tend to view themselves as alone on a tiny island. This book was written to help both new and seasoned collectors find footprints in the sand." (1996)
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    1 visitors recommend:
    Ancient Coin Collecting II: Numismatic Art of the Greek World
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Wayne G. Sayles
    From an Amazon reader: "The great strength of this book is that it is equally beautiful and useful and the author obviously loves what he is writing about rather than giving a very dry, scholarly and perfunctory survey. I highly recommend this book." (1997)
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    1 visitors recommend:
    Ancient Coin Collecting III: The Roman World-Politics and Propaganda
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Wayne G. Sayles
    From an Amazon reader: "Mr. Sayles has written a beautifully presented introduction and reference to the hobby of ancient coin collecting. Any book on coins should have photographs and that's what's included in this book, along with terrific written explanations of the coins. Since ancient coin collecting is about history, Mr. Sayles spends a large part of the books detailing the backgrounds of the emperors who appear on the coins." (1997)
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    1 visitors recommend:
    Ancient Coin Collecting IV: Roman Provincial Coins
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Wayne G. Sayles
    From an Amazon reader: "With the combined factors of the fall of Soviet Communism, the advent of the Internet and it's various auction sites -- these coins are becoming plentiful and an inexpensive overview was sorely needed and Mr. Sayles book fits the niche well." (1998)
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    1 visitors recommend:
    One-Minute Coin Expert
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Scott A. Travers
    From an Amazon reader: "This book had many tips for the new collector. There are e-mail addresses and address of people that can help with coins that you are not sure are errors. It tells you what coins to buy and which are not a good bet. All in all, I've you're a new collector, buy it!" (2001)
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    1 visitors recommend:
    The Comprehensive Catalog and Encyclopedia of U.S. Coins
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Coin World, edited by Brad Reed
    "Coin World" is the most widely read magazine on the topic of numismatics available. This new edition of the magazine's comprehensive catalog has been updated to include the most recent evaluations, a complete listing of pattern and experimental pieces, current grading and prices, an Appendix of Treasury and Mint officials, and more. 500+ photos. (1998)
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    1 visitors recommend:
    U.S. Rare Coin Handbook
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Les and Sue Fox
    Devoted mainly to Washington quarters and Franklin half-dollars. Includes 2-page full color spreads for each new State Quarter (1999-2001). (2002)
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    0 visitors recommend:
    Coin Collecting for Beginners
    Source: Amazon
    Author: Burton Hobson and Fred Reinfeld
    (1986)
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    Magazines

    3 visitors recommend:
    Coin Prices
    Source: ValueMags
    Regular updates on values of American, Canadian, and Mexican coins and currency.
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    Coin World
    Source: ValueMags
    The weekly update for serious coin collectors.
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    1 visitors recommend:
    Numismatic News
    Source: ValueMags
    The weekly competitor to Coin World.
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    1 visitors recommend:
    COINage
    Source: ValueMags
    A popular, entertaining monthly magazine for coin collectors and investors.
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    0 visitors recommend:
    Coins magazine
    Source: ValueMags
    Another popular montly magazine for collectors.
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    Software

    5 visitors recommend:
    Roman Coins on CD-ROM
    Source: Liberty Street Software
    Includes 8000 pictures (4000 coins) -- mostly Imperial and Provincial, with few Republican and Byzantine coins -- with descriptions for each coin, with mint, weight, diameter and indicative value. There's also an index of emporers with biographies and portraits, and a glossary of terms in coins legends, abbreviations, deities, objects etc.
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    3 visitors recommend:
    CoinManage software
    Source: Liberty Street Software
    CoinManage is a program for managing your coin collection. Features include a database of more than 12,000 US, Canadian and English coins, hundreds of pictures, and values for United States coins.
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    1 visitors recommend:
    CurrencyManage software
    Source: Liberty Street Software
    The most feature-rich and easy-to-use program for bank note collectors.
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    CoinManage/CurrencyManage Combo CD
    Source: Liberty Street Software
    This combo CD includes the best software tool for organizing a coin collection, and the best software for organizing a bank note collection. Buying the CD (instead of downloading the software) also gets you the printed manuals.
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    Coins, Currency, Medals

    11 visitors recommend:
    Greek and Olympic coins
    Source: Collector's Shop
    City: Athens, Country: Greece E-mail: link-to@collector-shop.com
    Coins from all European countries, especially Greece. Official dealer of Athens 2004 Olympic Coins collection.
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    8 visitors recommend:
    CE Collection's Coin Gallery
    Source: http://www.pandausa.com/coinlinks.html
    City: New York, State: NY E-mail: info@pandausa.com
    Wide selection of Chinese panda coins, panda coin gifts, and other gold and silver coins from around the world. Plus coin photo galleries, numismatic resources & more.
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    6 visitors recommend:
    100 state quarter album
    Source: Johnson Smith
    A coin album for the new state quarters. This has room for two quarters per state -- one from each mint. (Philadelphia and Denver).
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    6 visitors recommend:
    English and Irish Medieval Hammered Silver Farthings
    Source: Brad Shepherd
    Country: United Kingdom E-mail: brad.shepherd@talk21.com
    Identify Medieval Irish & English Hammered Silver Farthings: Complete reference guide to classifying Medieval Farthing Coins.
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    5 visitors recommend:
    Roman coin gift
    Source: Johnson Smith
    An authentic coin of the Roman Empire. Certified to have been minted between 240 and 410 AD. Includes "leather-like" display binder & certificate that guarantees authenticity.
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    4 visitors recommend:
    Europe's final national coins
    Source: Johnson Smith
    Now that the EU member countries are being required to convert to the Euro, their independent currencies are on the way out.
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    4 visitors recommend:
    Indo-Scythian silver coins
    Source: Sovietski Collection
    Archaeologists in Turkmenistan and Tajikistan uncovered these ancient silver coins of the Indo-Scythians (the Asiatic horde noted for its battles with the ancient Greeks). Dating back to 35 B.C., they're the first known example of bilingual coinage (Greek and Scythian dialects). Obverse depicts Scythian King, Azes II surrounded by an ancient legend, in Greek. Reverse features Zeus surrounded by Karosthi legend. Each comes in a protective styrene capsule and displayed in a velvet gift box, complete with certificate of authenticity.
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    4 visitors recommend:
    Greek and European Currency
    Source: Yiannis Androulakis
    City: Athens, Country: Greece
    Fleur de Coin provides information about coin collecting, the European currency in general, and the Greek currency in particular.
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    4 visitors recommend:
    Coins World
    Source: Panagiotis Athineos
    City: Greece, Country: Greece E-mail: info@coins-world.info
    "Find here all the information you need on coins and collectables. Greek and foreign coins, bank notes, euros, stamps, medals and more!"
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    3 visitors recommend:
    50 historic world coins gift set
    Source: Franklin Mint
    Fifty coins each sealed in its own "cachet" stamped and postmarked where the coin was circulated. Includes a display album.
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    3 visitors recommend:
    Statehood quarters and supplies
    Source: Jake's Marketplace
    State: IL
    If you're missing any of the state quarters, you can get rolls or individual coins through Jake's Marketplace. Jake's is a family-run coin shop founded in 1963. They have all the quarters and quarter supplies (tubes, display boards, folders, etc.).
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    3 visitors recommend:
    Ancient Coin Vault
    Source: Doug Dann
    E-mail: dougdann@airmail.net
    Ancient coin collectors site. If you sign up, you can create a gallery to display your collection or coins for sale.
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    2 visitors recommend:
    50 foreign coins
    Source: Johnson Smith
    A very inexpensive beginner collection of international coins.
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    2 visitors recommend:
    Soviet bank note and coin set
    Source: Sovietski Collection
    The last issued before the USSR's collapse. Combination set includes a four-bank note set suitable for framing and eight-coin set. Coins in a display folder with certificate of authenticity.
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    2 visitors recommend:
    The First Spouse Gold Coin Program
    Source: Michael Zielinski
    The U.S. Mint recently began the First Spouse Gold Coin Program to honor the First Spouses of the United States of America. These beautiful and educational coins are minted in 24 karat gold and will be offered from 2007 to 2016.
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    2 visitors recommend:
    Coin Collecting Commentary and Coin Images
    Source: CoinTrap(TM)
    E-mail: info@cointrap.com
    This website provides coin collecting commentary on individual coins, coin designs, and coin value information.
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    1 visitors recommend:
    Euro Numismatics
    Source: All the Coins
    City: Athens, Country: Greece E-mail: coinage@gmail.com
    Euro coin pictures, issue dates and mintage. A resource that simplifies euro coin essentials.
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    1 visitors recommend:
    WorldCoins
    Source: ArteCode Software
    Author: Sergio Goicoechea
    Country: United Kingdom E-mail: sgoico@artecode.com
    They write to us: "WorldCoins is a software solution that is both a coin organizer and inventory software program with 10,000+ coins from 7 different countries for everyone who want to keep up to date a collection of coins with ease and no effort."
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    Numismaticon.com
    Source: Zoltan Lajos Kis
    Country: Hungary E-mail: admin@numismaticon.com
    Numismaticon.com is a new "online hub" for coin collectors. It features the largest online catalog of world coins with images and descriptions. Members can manage their profile, including collection and swap lists as well as previous trades with other collectors.
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    CoinHELP! Post Colonial Coins
    Source: Daniel Malone
    City: Portsmouth, State: OH E-mail: ddmten2000@yahoo.com
    Post-colonial coin pictures, facts and values.
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