“>coin dealer Wallburg with a complete set of peace dollars he wanted to sell. The man explained how his father had painstakingly built the collection over many years. He had inherited the coins after his father died. Now, many years later, he was curious to find out how much more valuable his coins had become.
I think the local dealers are missing an opportunity to make extra sales when they don’t allow you to buy rare American coins, world gold coins, or silver eagles, with a credit card. We are in an electronic money age and cash is being used as a medium of exchange less frequently anymore.
Find something to keep your coins in and you will be ready to start collecting. Your storage container does not need to be anything fancy to start with. Some sort of box will get you started. The main thing is to get started.
Coin collecting can be a fun and even profitable hobby for kids and adults alike. With the huge variety of domestic as well as foreign coins there will always be something to learn and something new to collect.