Current prices of rare coins can be found through the websites for coin collecting and selling organizations, such as the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation or the Professional Coin Grading Service. Actual selling prices ca... More »

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In numismatics, rare coin prices are what a buyer pays for a rare coin from a dealer. The value, or wholesale price, is how much money a dealer would pay for a rare coin from a seller. "Price" and "value" have different ... More »

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List rare coins for auction on eBay by registering with the site and creating a seller account. Then click on the List Your Item link from the Sell page. Enter in a description of the coin, including its year, country of... More »

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There are several different methods available for evaluating rare coins, such as using value charts and albums or professional coin dealers. Use a cross-section of these methods when selling rare coins if you are relativ... More »

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The price of coins is available through coin-collecting organizations, coin appraisers, auction houses and coin dealers. Organizations that provide general information on the value of collectible coins include the Profes... More »

Some rare U.S. coins a person might find in his coin jar include the 1995 double die penny, the 1943 steel penny and the "In God We Rust" 2005 Kansas state quarter. Other rare coins include the Ben Franklin half dollar a... More »

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In numismatics, rare coin prices are what a buyer pays for a rare coin from a dealer. The value, or wholesale price, is how much money a dealer would pay for a rare coin from a seller. "Price" and "value" have different ... More »

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