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American Coin & Currency

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4.8
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|Arts & Entertainment|Upland, CA 91786

1386 E Foothill Blvd, Ste B, Upland, CA 91786

(909) 985-8455

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A family owned business operated by Bill Causey since 1964. His son William Causey joined the business in 1980. They are professionalcoin and currency buyers and sellers Theyare also life time members of the American Numismatic Association and members of CSNA and WFA.

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Anonymous on Facebook

a day ago

12/10/2019, 04:31 AM
When many people come home from the end of a long day at work, many will just drop their change on a stand by the front door. Take a closer listen next time; silver change makes a distinct clattering sound. It’s hard to explain in words, so come by, and we can give you a listen.
Anonymous on Facebook

6 days ago

12/05/2019, 06:43 AM
"Numismatics" refers to the scientific study of coins, which comes from the Greek word, "nomisa." "Nomisma" means a coin or a currency. Numismatists may or may not collect coins, and a coin collector may or may not be a numismatist.
Anonymous on Facebook

8 days ago

12/03/2019, 00:29 AM
The amount of money that can be traded for rare coins can skyrocket fast, so it’s very important for the condition of the coin to be agreed upon by both parties. This is where third-party grading services come in handy. Services like the PCGS, NGC, ANACS, and ICG will tell you what condition your coins are in and are generally accepted by all coin dealers and collectors.
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Anonymous on Facebook

13 days ago

11/28/2019, 00:31 AM
Coin collecting really took off in the United States back in the 1930s, which is when the US Mint began widely producing commemorative coins. There are millions of people who collect coins in the US today. Many collectors enjoy the link to history that studying coins gives.
Anonymous on Facebook

15 days ago

11/26/2019, 00:40 AM
The 1933 Double Eagle is considered one of the rarest gold coins in the world, and was sold for $7.59 million at a Sotheby’s auction in New York in 2002. Imagine if this coin was just sitting in your pocket of change this whole time.
Anonymous on Facebook

20 days ago

11/21/2019, 00:19 AM
The beauty of a coin can attract collectors as well as investors, and increase demand for a particular coin or set. How the coin looks is affected by several factors including the beauty of a coin's design, the minting process used, the fullness and sharpness of its strike, the toning, the brilliance of its luster and the amount of wear and number of blemishes on the coin's surface. All of which help increase the value of the coin or set.
Anonymous on Facebook

22 days ago

11/19/2019, 19:49 PM
Silver and gold coins can be good investments, but not necessarily in the silver or gold markets. While silver and gold bars just correspond with their respective markets, coin collectors' value can fluctuate even more in the coin buyers’ market.
Anonymous on Facebook

a month ago

11/14/2019, 07:05 AM
Something most coin collectors know is a piece of advice everyone should know. If you ever find a quarter that is dated pre-1965, hold on to it tight. Any quarter from 1964 and earlier contains 90 percent silver and is worth more than the $.25 face value.
Anonymous on Facebook

a month ago

11/12/2019, 07:20 AM
The distinction between the price and value of a coin is important. The price is the retail price the coin is sold for. The value of the coin is what a dealer will pay you for it.
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