Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Most Valuable U.S. Coins


Website boasts having the most comprehensive valuable coin list based upon a few thousand or so United States coins in their database.
Their list consists almost entirely of coins from 1880s-2012, and attempts to assist coin hunters and collectors in their pursuit of valuable coins. It represents hundreds possibly thousands of hours of research and detailed analysis.


5 comments:

  1. Your collection is so impressive because they range from simple tokens to precious coins. Whenever I buy silver in UK, I am always tempted to collect coins, medals and tokens too.

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  2. What makes these coins valuable is not just the history attached to them, but how these coins were fashioned into the coins they are. Most of the US coins were made from silver bullion, melted and created into the collector's item that they are now today.

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  3. These coins were made from bullion of gold, silver and copper - all are precious metals from the time they were discovered to present.

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  4. There are shops selling gold in long island. They can also do gold coins at the right price.

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  5. After the mining industry went down, the best way to conserve the precious minerals are to form them into coins and bars for either storage or museum display.

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