Beginner Collector Tips and Tricks for Buying Silver Coins !!!!
thanks for sharing- learned quite a bit! – subbed
I still dabble on and off w coins. although I pretty much steer away from coins that are so worn all you can see is that it’s a dime and it’s date. my preference is to get a sample of each kind of coin going back to 1850s or thereabouts cuz they get pretty pricey beyond that. And yes it hurts my head when I hear of the government or whoever talks of melting down the silver or gold. My best coin ever was 1927 (I think) 20$ gold coin. Beautifully made but I must have gone through some tough times to have sold it back. Someday I’ll redeem that choice.
Hi I live the UK. One 1925 Australian Shilling sold on eBay for £7 whilst another was has sold for £41.26. Can you tell me please how coin prices can be so different?
junk silver was one reason for the decline of rome so id stay away from junk silver i wont buy it from you unless its 999 grade or higher
I just got in to being interested in this. Thanks for all that info.
How do you find out whether a coin is real?
coin holders., why staples. not tape.,?.,? I just got a bunch of coins that the guy had scotch taped the edges of all the holders instead of staples.,., is the tape bad for them.,?.,? ‘;’
Helpful advise indeed. I am curious….. Is Purchasing coins your only means of acquiring cool coins?
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hi part3auctions thanks always for sharing your knowledge. appreciated. thanks
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$6 on a proof silver is pretty good in my eyes … I’ve paid $5 for just a BU 1964… Great coins, I’ve subbed, commented and liked !!
Solid video! Full of honestly good advice. Thanks for sharing.
how much are they I small trying to look for tiny pennies lol
Bradford co is trying to sell me some coins for $49.95 ,silver dollars, dose anyone know if this is a goo d price. They say the coins are 90% silver.
Good stuff man!
Does junk silver have to be bought? Because I found a worn down Morgan silver dollar and a barber that are pretty worn down.
Informative video AlmostCirculated. Thanks for posting. ‘Liked and Subscribed’ 🙂 Cheers
Good tips, Thanks.
i love buying and selling coins on eBay! reselling can be very lucrative
AlmostCirculated, Still a very informative video, Thanks for sharing, on June 5, 2013…
those are some good tips for beginners I came out very good pretty much covered everything I’m a new sub to your Channel appreciate if you come by my channel check out a couple videos like subscribe book great video dude later
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Thanks for the info. Both dollar crash and a major depression is on the way. I’m going to the next show here and will know better how to buy. Thank You
Informative video. "Coinage of the United States – A Short History" is a nice short book on US Coins.
Great advice thank you
Another tip for collectors: try to find the coins in your change! I found a 1943 US quarter at the local library. I got it for 25 cents and it is worth $5 (in Canadian Dollars)!
I want to collect coins for the art work
this guy is a dope
Digging into your archives today… good stuff!
Just subscribed! I’m having fun learning about coin collecting! Thanks, I am glad I found you! I think this will be a fun hobby tondo with my son! : )
I have never ever found a bullion dealer who sells junk silver by weight, its always times face. If i asked my local coin shop to weigh the junk he would probably tell me to get out of the store.
Great video man
I got 14 Indian cent for 10 bucks but its worth 3 bucks each
@15:20 Barber dollars do not exist- but I’m sure you just mis-spoke. Good tips on going to coins shows to compare prices of dealers. Also on paying by weight for silver coins is good advice especially for slicked or worn coins. Great suggestion too of buying the best condition coin for the money, it will help overall for your collection and you’re right that you’ll be able to sell it easier as it will be a more attactive purchase for a potential buyer at some point in the future-
nice video some helpful tips to get new collectors started… I collect & sell coins as well for over 20 years…. collecting Silver & gold bullion is okay…. I don’t buy too much bullion…. I invest in Rare coin market coins graded by NGC or PCGS … Silver coins in High grades, are worth way more than silver Round bullion….in fact I’ve collected Lincoln cent Grades MS67 RED… years ago back in late 90’s early 2000’s, I was getting them for $70 to $80 EACH in "MS67 RED" Grade….today they are around $200-$250 on the market, just for a high grade Lincoln wheat cent….that is an investment!…. I don’t linger around with buying Silver Bars anymore…waste of my money…. do your self a favor collect coins graded by ANACS, PCGS, NGC are (3 most trusted coins grading companies) you’ll be happier in future when your coins go up in value….in example look at buying a "silver eagle" from the US Mint $45…. now look on Ebay, or private dealer and see, Silver eagle graded by PCGS, OR NGC (MS 70 grade) high grade it get no higher than MS 70 (MS 70 is the perfect grade) , You’ll pay $100-$150 or even more just for same Silver eagle…. coins in graded holders are the way go when making investments…..
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