Why are coins left on tombstones? There are many customs associated with money and the deceased. Find out why there are coins on some US gravestones after the jump.
Why are coins round? Here are seven reasons why coins are usually round!
Encourage the coin collector you know with this sweet gift!
Guess what the top 10 most sought after auction items were in 2021. (Hint: #5 is the best one!)
Check out the five new designs for the US Quarter. Each one features a famous American Woman!
Check out these Ides of March coins, the two that celebrate the Assassin Brutus.
Join us for the first installment of #notesfromcharles and learn how to tell if your coin is real.
Check out this museum's coin collection, it's amazing! 🙂
Coin collecting is increasing in popularity. It hasn't seen a surge like this since WWII. Find out why this is happening - and how you can get in on it - with Pendant and Ring.
Check out this Longshanks Silver Penny Coin Pendant Necklace from the High Medieval Period! (+9 more collectibles!)
Why do we throw coins into wishing wells? Who started the practice, and when?
Do you know why? Click through to find out more!
Here is a free color-coded printable to help you organize your coin collection! Click through for all the deets!
Coins for the dead - get the history with Pendant and Ring.
Is the US minting a $1Trillion dollar Platinum Coin?
Join us as we examine three top-shelf specimens from the Staatliche Museum coin collection!
There is one big difference between coin accumulators and coin collectors, and when you think about it, it just makes Cents... hahaha!
What is toning and what does it mean for coin valuation? Find out here.
The transition from representative to fiat currency in the United States started on June 24th 1965. Explore that history today, with Pendant and Ring.
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Check out this Samoa National Park quarter from 2020!
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