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The Modern Coin Collector Tool Kit Modern rare coin enthusiasts have the luxury of a huge online numismatic community that has blossomed over the last decade. In this new century armed with little more than a laptop and a loupe, collectors will have what they need to dive headlong into the deep waters of coin collecting. A collector needs a few simple tools to effectively make purchases and fully enjoy their new treasures. At U.S.
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Collector Strategy For 2021: Building A Centennial Year Set As we enter the New Year, most of us are glad to put 2020 behind us. The events of the past twelve months have forever changed the landscape of numismatics. But in hindsight, it isn’t all bad news. Stay-at-home orders have allowed collectors to reinvent their collections. Taking the extra time to review, research, and reassess their holdings has made many better-fine-tuned collectors. During
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The Origin Of The Peace Dollar The Peace dollars were struck in 90% silver between 1921 and 1935. This coin series is steeped in historical lore and was born from international demand for the precious metal contained within it. As such, the type remains popular for investors because of its content and is inexhaustibly collected and studied for its rich history, shear availability, and quintessential design.   How The P
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Collecting Morgan Dollars The Morgan Dollar series is one of numismatics most collected series. Born from the Bland Allison Act of 1878 and created by engraver George T. Morgan, the issue was released for circulation beginning in 1878, running continuously until 1904, and again transitionally in 1921. The art of coin collecting is a flexible framework and smart collectors work within guidelines to achieve a set of specific

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