You’ll love this if:
- U.S. coins are what you collect
- You want to make smart choices when adding coins to your collection
- You like having the most-up-to-date values for your coins
Anyone can collect U.S. coins. You can find them in circulation, buy them at a coin store or coin show, bid for them at auction or acquire them online. You can spend a little or a lot on the hobby. But every collector wants to – and should - stay up-to-date on the value of his collection and learn more about the history of the coins he collects. And this is the perfect package for the collector of U.S. coins to do just that!
The U.S. Coins Value Pack includes:
2014 U.S. Coin Digest
U.S. Coin Digestis the most complete and comprehensive color guide to all circulating and non-circulating U.S. coins, from early American Token Coinage to modern commemorative issues of the 21st century. This color reference is perfect for the beginner or the expert and remains the No. 1 tool for U.S. coin dealers and researchers. Fully illustrated with pricing in 11 grades of condition, this is an ideal product for anyone looking for a handy, portable price guide. The book's concealed wire-o binding allows the book to open and lay flat on a table, creating the perfect "hands-free" tool for researching and pricing.
Coins Magazine Digital Subscription
Get the latest news about U.S. coins every month in your email inbox with this new Coins Magazine Digital Subscription!
Coins Magazine is a hobby leader providing collectors with important information key to making wise decisions on what to collect and how to collect. With monthly contributions from leading hobby experts, it's your one-stop hobby source for collecting U.S. coins. And now it includes a comprehensive monthly price guide to U.S. coins!
Warman's Lincoln Cents 1965-2015
Coin folders have a long, distinguished legacy as being most people’s first exposure to the coin collecting hobby. Everyone either has or knows someone who has been given a coin folder as a child and gone on to fill it with cents, nickels, dimes or quarters. Four new bicentennial designs in 2009 and a new standard reverse design in 2010 have increased interest in the cent and collectors will look for an updated folder to house them, making this folder a requirement for US coin collectors.
- Updated folder houses the latest cent issues, including new designs for 2009 and 2010
- Openings for 108 cents – more than any other folder on the market
- Interesting anecdotes and facts covering the history of the Lincoln cent
- Larger size than typical cent folder – 7 x 9.5
- Attractive design and glossy cover
Beginner Coin Collecting Online Seminar Recording
Even if you’ve been collecting coins for some time, you’ll gain invaluable tips and guidance about how to recommended coin guides and supplies to invest in, and insight about what presenter David Harper, editor of Numismatic News, has gained in his decades of coin collecting.
Highlights of this recorded seminar include:
- Options for coin collecting on any budget
- Tips for spotting counterfeit coins
- Keys to determining the value of coins
- Places to buy coins
- Factors of a fair coin deal
- Proper storage of coins
- Knowing when to buy and when to sell