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Royal Mint looks to cash in on coin collecting boom as it buys stake in Mayfair specialist and may start offering valuations
The Royal Mint has bought a slice of a coin dealership in Mayfair, London, as it looks to capitalise on the growing interest in numismatics - or coin collecting. The Mint has made an equity investment in Sovereign Rarities Limited as part of its five-year ... more info

Collecting and Appreciating Naturally Toned Coins, Part 1
In the history of coin collecting in the U.S., most of the greatest all-time collections were characterized by many coins with attractive, natural toning - especially many coins that had never been cleaned, dipped or otherwise deliberately modified. more info

Odd coins make desirable collection
If you want to collect something really different, try an odd denomination such as two or three-cent pieces, or even the short-lived 20-cent piece. The two-cent piece was the first coin to bear the motto “In God We Trust.” The bronze coin, larger than ... more info