Coin Collecting

1936 Penny: A Glimpse into American Numismatic History

1936 Penny: A Glimpse into American Numismatic History

The 1936 penny is a 1-cent coin in the “wheat penny” series, significant for being the first proof penny offered since 1916. Learn the history, prices, and varieties of 1936 pennies in this guide!
  • Ross Sedawie
  • 17th Feb 2024
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America the Beautiful Quarters: A Tribute to US Nature

America the Beautiful Quarters: A Tribute to US Nature

America the Beautiful quarters are a series of 56 US national park coins released from 2010 to 2021. We discuss every national park quarter, the most valuable ones, and their importance.
  • Ross Sedawie
  • 30th Jan 2024
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Buffalo Nickels: A Journey Through American Coinage History

Buffalo Nickels: A Journey Through American Coinage History

Buffalo nickels, or Indian head nickels, were US 5-cent coins minted from 1913 to 1938 featuring a Native American and buffalo. Learn the buffalo nickel’s history, values, and key varieties to collect!
  • Ross Sedawie
  • 17th Feb 2024
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Coin Grading Systems: A History and Comparison.

Coin Grading Systems: A History and Comparison.

Learn about international Coin Grading Systems at Coins-Auctioned.com. Compare grading systems from the UK, USA, France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Germany and The Netherlands. Coins-Auctioned.com for connecting collectors and dealers since 2009.
  • Damian Miles
  • 5th Nov 2023
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Coins With Errors

Coins With Errors

Coins With Errors,By several coins produced throughout the year, the chances are always there. There are mistakes take place during the production of coins either mechanical or human errors. These errors referred as “mint errors
  • 5th Nov 2023
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Commemorative Coins: Celebrating America's Rich Heritage

Commemorative Coins: Celebrating America's Rich Heritage

Commemorative US coins have been minted since the 1800s to celebrate various people and events in American history. This guide covers the history, value, and designs of American commemorative coins.
  • Ross Sedawie
  • 17th Feb 2024
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Early American Copper Coins: The Birth of a Nation's Currency

Early American Copper Coins: The Birth of a Nation's Currency

Explore the history, designs, and values of early American copper coins. This guide covers half cents, large cents, and small cents, with favorites like Wreath, Chain, and Liberty Cap varieties.
  • Ross Sedawie
  • 26th Feb 2024
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Error Coins: The Fascinating Anomalies of Numismatics

Error Coins: The Fascinating Anomalies of Numismatics

Coins with minting errors, such as doubling, off-center strikes, or missing elements, are sought for their value and collectibility. We provide a comprehensive list of error coins and their value.
  • Ross Sedawie
  • 27th Feb 2024
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Franklin Half Dollars: Iconic Mid-20th Century US Coinage

Franklin Half Dollars: Iconic Mid-20th Century US Coinage

Franklin half dollars are American 50-cent silver coins issued from 1948 to 1963. They depict Benjamin Franklin and the Liberty Bell. Learn the value, history, and types of Franklin half dollar coins!
  • Ross Sedawie
  • 17th Feb 2024
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Gold Double Eagles: The Epitome of Iconic American Coins

Gold Double Eagles: The Epitome of Iconic American Coins

American double eagles are $20 gold coins minted from 1850 to 1933 in two series: Liberty head and Saint-Gaudens. Learn the background, specs, and values of gold double eagles here!
  • Ross Sedawie
  • 16th Feb 2024
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Golden Eagle Coins: America’s Majestic Official Bullion

Golden Eagle Coins: America’s Majestic Official Bullion

Gold eagles are the official American bullion coin issued since 1986. They’re made of 22K gold and offered in both 1-oz and fractional options. Learn the history, traits, and values of golden eagles!
  • Ross Sedawie
  • 16th Feb 2024
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How Coins Are Made?

How Coins Are Made?

Read about the process of how coins are made and the list of metals used to mint coins.
  • 5th Nov 2023
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How To Clean Coins

How To Clean Coins

How to clean coins is the question we get asked the most here at Coins Auctioned. We will show you two methods of cleaning coins that you can do easily at home.
  • 5th Nov 2023
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Indian Head Cents: Exploring America’s Copper Coinage Legacy

Indian Head Cents: Exploring America’s Copper Coinage Legacy

Indian head cents were 1-cent US coins from 1859 to 1909, beloved for their design and varieties. Learn the history, value, and types of Indian head pennies!
  • Ross Sedawie
  • 26th Feb 2024
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Peace Dollar: A Glimpse into American Numismatic History

Peace Dollar: A Glimpse into American Numismatic History

The Peace dollar is a silver US coin representing post-WWI peace. It’s become one of the top US coins to collect. Learn the Peace dollar’s history, value, and significance!
  • Ross Sedawie
  • 17th Feb 2024
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State Quarters: A Journey Through America's 50 States

State Quarters: A Journey Through America's 50 States

The 50 state quarters program was an extremely successful series of coins released from 1999 to 2008. Discover the state quarters’ history, value, and themes in this guide!
  • Ross Sedawie
  • 27th Feb 2024
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The 1 Oz Gold Coin: A Great Investment and Precious Collectible

The 1 Oz Gold Coin: A Great Investment and Precious Collectible

1 oz gold coins are valuable assets containing 1 troy ounce of pure gold, available from various countries in diverse designs. Learn the types, values, and buying tips for 1 oz gold coins!
  • Ross Sedawie
  • 29th Jan 2024
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Why Do People Collect Coins

Why Do People Collect Coins

Why Do People Collect Coins? Collectors buy and collect coins for personnel pleasure and enjoyment or for an enjoyable investment. In late 1980s to early 1990s coin collecting was not so popular but now there is a re insurgence in collecting coins.
  • 5th Nov 2023
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