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|Arts & Entertainment|Upland, CA 91786

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

(909) 985-8455

https://www.americancoinandcurrency.com/

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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

8 months ago

03/26/2020, 02:40 AM
John Jay Pittman is widely regarded as the most successful coin collector in the U.S. He spent around $100,000 amassing his collection during his lifetime. In the late 1990s, his collection was auctioned off for over $30 million.
Anonymous on Facebook

8 months ago

03/24/2020, 01:30 AM
Unlike paper investments, rare U.S. coins have real tangible value you can feel each time you hold one in your hand. You are able to have the face value of the coin but the real value is based on the condition and rarity of the coins you have. You can build your wealth twice.
Anonymous on Facebook

8 months ago

03/19/2020, 03:14 AM
Don’t ship an antique coin to a dealer without being asked. This could result in the coin being lost if it wasn’t shipped under insurance, and most coin dealers want to know when to expect something.
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Anonymous on Facebook

8 months ago

03/17/2020, 02:17 AM
Coin collecting is also known as "numismatics." This term comes from the Latin word for coin, "numisma," which in turn comes from the ancient Greek word meaning, "I dispense, divide, assign, keep, or hold."
Anonymous on Facebook

8 months ago

03/12/2020, 04:13 AM
Did you know that historians have traced coin collecting and cataloguing back to ancient Rome and medieval Mesopotamia? Both scholars and individual citizens collected old, exotic, or commemorative coins as a portable form of art during this time.
Anonymous on Facebook

9 months ago

03/10/2020, 04:00 AM
While modern American coins are all solid, some countries like to mint coins with holes in the middle. Japanese citizens are so accustomed to the holes in their coins that most can tell the difference between a fifty yen coin and a five yen coin.
Anonymous on Facebook

9 months ago

03/03/2020, 03:43 AM
In the world of antique coins, coins that are in circulation are seldom as valuable as those kept by dealers and collectors. This is because of the condition of the coin (coin grade), which is a determining factor in establishing its value. Antique coins are made more valuable when protected and taken out of circulation.
Anonymous on Facebook

9 months ago

02/27/2020, 09:39 AM
Chances are if you’ve seen any kind of pirate movie, you are aware with the practice of biting gold coins to test authenticity. Believe it or not, this was actually a decent method of testing the coin for gold, but not for what you may think. While gold is a soft metal, lead left deeper indentions and would trigger pirates to forged coins.
Anonymous on Facebook

9 months ago

02/25/2020, 03:33 AM
One of the most famous error coins is the 1955 double die penny, caused by a slight misalignment during the minting process. Depending on its condition, these error coins can fetch prices in the hundreds of dollars.
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