A Beginners Guide to Coin Collecting [NOOK Book]

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"Did You Know That Nearly 11.4% of ALL
People That Carry Change Are Throwing Away
Potentially ...
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A Beginners Guide to Coin Collecting

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Overview

"Did You Know That Nearly 11.4% of ALL
People That Carry Change Are Throwing Away
Potentially Thousands of Dollars Unknowingly,
Because They Didn't Know Coins Can Be
Worth More Than Their Face Value?"

The Best Way You Can Find Out Is To Delve Into The
World of Coin Collecting. You May Be Surprised What
Might Be Hiding In Your Coin Jar! One Coin Could
Pay For Whatever It is You’ve Been Saving For!

Dear Future Numismatist:

That’s what they’ll call you once you start into the fascinating and possibly profitable world of coin collecting - numismatist. You would be surprised what you can find out about coins, their value, and their history.

There are thousands of coin collectors all over the world. If you’ve ever wondered what coin collecting is all about, this is a very important letter for you to read!

People collect all sort of things – stamps, beanie babies, snow globes, phone numbers! What do they get from collecting these items? Many reasons. For some it’s the quest toward finding a new addition to their trove. For others, it’s completing a set by locating that elusive item. And still others get enjoyment just knowing that they are doing something that pleases them and gives them purpose

It’s the same with coin collecting. However, with coin collecting, you can learn a lot more than just what coins you need to complete a set. You learn about the history of the world, the stories behind certain monies, and the value of the coins you are amassing.

Some coin collectors pursue numismatics as a way to make a living or supplement their income. After all, some coins can be worth quite a bit of money and when they sell those coins, they realize a profit.

Whatever your reason, coin collecting can offer this to you and more! It’s all what you make of it and what YOU as the collector want to get out of it!


The Time to Start Is Now!

You can begin your journey into the wonderful world of coin collecting right now – with our amazing book, “A Beginner’s Guide to Coin Collecting”. This book will be your porthole into a lifelong hobby that you will be able to pass down for generations.

What’s so great about coin collecting? SO MUCH! Consider what coin collecting can show you:

A better knowledge of history
An introduction into the monetary system
Networking opportunities with other collectors
Organizational skills
Excitement
Pride
And so much more!

Expert coin collectors have so much advice to give to the novice collector. You could try and find this information on your own, but why? You don’t have to! We’ve got it all right here. Here’s a sneak peek at what you’ll find inside the pages of “A Beginner’s Guide to Coin Collecting”:

Coin collector’s glossary of terms
Tools of the trade
What kinds of coins you should collect
How to determine the value of your coins
How to find coins for your collection
Some of the most valuable coins in the world
How to get kids interested in coin collecting
And much much more!




As we’ve said, people collect all sorts of things, but coin collecting can not only be enjoyable, but profitable as well! By learning how to grade your coins, you can begin selling them for a profit that
could very well exceed your wildest dreams!

“A Beginner’s Guide to Coin Collecting” is a definitive guide into starting your coin collection from scratch and how to make it into something to be proud of. The best part is that it’s available exclusively to YOU for the low price of $xx.xx.

There are many, many books out there that will lead you to coin collecting as a hobby, but most of them are priced much higher than what we’re offering our book to you at. Plus, our guide takes
advice from all of those books and puts them together in an easy-to-read format that anyone can understand and learn from!

When you start a coin collection, the results can be contagious! People will start asking for your advice about strange coins they come across. They may even ask you to teach them how to start
their own collection. You’ll become the expert! How? By Buying This Book Today!

My own grandfather began my journey into coin collecting. I remember him telling me that I would start looking at money in a different way. I would become more interested in the history
behind the coins and would always strive to find that one unique coin that I could be proud of.

Money is a part of our everyday lives. It has been for years and years. Coin collecting can take you back in time to when simple pieces of metal were used to buy and sell.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012717832
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 12/6/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 658,970
  • File size: 102 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2012

    Good book

    As a novice and to any other novice collector this book is a great read with a good jumping off point. Lots of useful info.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 27, 2011

    Old coins are worth money

    I have been getting some old coins lately in my change since the economy is so bad, I just had to find out about them.
    This is a very good book and gives you a very good guideline on how to get started.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2014

    Interesting

    The book tells you alot of interesting information you would need to be a beginner in collecting coins. That was the main focus of this book to me and it was helpful.

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