Coins, Currency, Commentary...

7 Tips For Beginners on Keeping Your Coins Safe

[Hey guys! Got another guest post for ya, this time in partnership with on keeping your coins safe. We’ll be back to blogging regularly here soon, it’s just been a madhouse getting some of my other projects out the door. Sorry! I’m still collecting on the side, ... [Full Post]

Giving Away My 1865 Two-Cent Piece!

Hey guys! Just wanted to give you a quick heads up that I’m giving away my 1865 Two-Cent piece over on one of my projects this week: If you’re interested in it, all you have to do is leave a comment on that linked page up there ... [Full Post]

Colonials, Spiel Markes, and Notgeld

What’s up, coin lovers! Picked up a few coins at our latest coin club auction and thought you’d enjoy checking them out. In pursuit of finding older – different – coins for my collection, I came back with the following: 1777 1 Reale Mexican Colonial (Carlos III) 1850’s ... [Full Post]

Was that 1955 Doubled Die Cent Authentic??

My friend finally got his 1955 Double Died Lincoln Cent back from submitting it PCGS! What do you think it came back as? Authentic? Fake? Uncirculated? Well, wonder no more… Here’s how PCGS graded it: If you’re wondering what “PCGS Genuine” or the “Cleaning” label is as I ... [Full Post]

Two Rare (Gold) Coins To Drool Over…

Okay, so if you thought that 1955 Doubled Die Penny from last month was rare, check out these bad boys! Going for $299,000 and $95,000, respectfully! (It’s always fun to dream, right?) 1966 limited edition (and signed!) Salvador Dali gold medal set Two extremely rare 22 Karat gold ... [Full Post]

¡The King Pin Penny!

Got this incredible note from a fellow coin collector this week – can you imagine??? ******* Hey J. Money, It’s been a couple months since we last chatted, hope you and your family are all well. So I think we left off just before I got my $1,000 ... [Full Post]

Ooh La La! French Francs!

The safe pillaging moves on! This time around I find three long lost Francs in the back of my safe dating from the late 1800’s and early 1900’s… I’m not sure why I separated them out from the package they came in, but they sure are pretty to ... [Full Post]

My Favorite Type of Letter :)

As my safe digging continues, I’m finding all kinds of lost relics just waiting to be appreciated again :) This time, a note from fellow blogger who graciously mailed me this last year and to whom I, too, need to send apologies to for an even longer ... [Full Post]

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