Questions People Ask About the U.S. Mint

 
 

Questions People Ask About the U.S. Mint

Discover the answers to the most commonly asked questions about the U.S. Mint and more from our team at ModernCoinMart!

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Ancient Coins Offer Great Potential

Have you ever been interested in the wide field of numismatics known as “Ancients?” These historically-rich coins range from late issues of the Byzantines Empire to the first coins ever struck. With a ancient coins rapidly growing in popularity, there has never been a better time to add these authentic coins to your collection.

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Top 5 Biggest Coin Collecting Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Although collecting coins can be a fun pastime, there are certain areas where common but detrimental mistakes can occur. Here are some of the top 5 biggest coin collecting mistakes you can make, and more importantly, how you can avoid them!

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American Eagle Coins: An Overview of the U.S Mint’s Quintessential Series

Today, the Silver Eagle and the related American Eagle coin series enjoy a reputation as leading issues in the precious metals space. These coins are popular with numismatic collectors and stackers all over the world. They are one of the most trusted and coveted government-backed precious metals issues in the numismatic realm.

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Beginner’s Corner: Supplies You Need for Collecting Coins

Now that you’ve gained some fundamental knowledge regarding coins and collecting, it’s time to start thinking about how to store your collection. Before you decide make your first coin purchase, it is important to make sure you have all the coin supplies necessary to be a successful collector.

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Introduction to Vintage Coins

There’s no shortage of modern coins to choose from today. However, vintage U.S. coins, or commonly known as classic U.S. coins, still hold plenty of appeal and offer some qualities that modern coins do not. Here, we’ll take a closer look at vintage coins and some basic information about them.

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An Introduction to Coin Grading

Coin Grading is the when a third-party certification service determines the condition, otherwise known as the grade, of a coin. There are many benefits to getting your collectible coins graded, but first, you must learn the basics of coin grading.

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Beginner’s Corner: The History and Use of Mint Marks

The first mint in the United States, the Philadelphia Mint, was established in 1792; apt as Philadelphia was the United States’ capital at the time. This mint struck all United States coinage until 1835. According to the United States Mint, the Act of March 3, 1835, established the first branch mints in Dahlonega, Georgia, and Charlotte, North Carolina. The Act also provided that the Director of the Mint would decide on the regulations for identifying coins stamped at each institution to ensure the central control of all coinage.

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The Best Ways to Store and to Display Your Coin Collection

Now that we have covered some of the various ways that precious metals-based coins and bullion can be damaged and how to protect your collection from those outside forces, this article will discuss some of the safest ways to store and display your coin collection. The Safest Ways to Store and Display Your Coin Collection … Continued

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The Great American Coin Hunt: A Guide For Collectors

For the first time, hundreds of coin dealers and collectors plan to drop more than a million classic American coins like Buffalo nickels, Eisenhower dollars and more into circulation to spark greater interest in numismatics. The change in your pocket could be worth more than you know!

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