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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 meanings in numismatics.


Some expensive rare coins are the 1913 Liberty Head V Nickel, 1870 S Liberty Seated Dollar, 1927 D St Gaudens Double Eagle and 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar. Expensive rare coins also include the 1838 O Capped Bust Half Dollar and 1933 Indian Head Gold Eagle.


The most commonly talked about rare coins from 1965 include the silver dime and the Kennedy half dollar. There are also several coin denominations with printing errors that are very valuable to coin collectors.


Some rare German coins include the Martin Lutehr 5 Rechsmark, Goethe 5 Reichsmark, and 50 Reichspfennig of 1924 and 195. Early German gold and silver coins are also valuable, especially those minted before 1871 and 1900 respectively. Older gold coins are distinguished as ducat, gulden, krone or thal


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 can also be found through online auction websites such as eBay,


Factors that affect the prices of rare coins include scarcity, condition, supply and demand. Rare investment-grade coins are a good investment, especially those with collector demand.


Some examples of rare U.S. coins include the 1793 half cent, the 1937-D 3 leg buffalo nickel, the 1800 bust half dime, the 1796 bust dime, the 1870-CC seated liberty quarter, the 1795 bust half, the 1893-S Morgan silver dollar and the 1926-D twenty dollar gold coin. Collectors determine rarity for a


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 relatively new to the field.


Find rare coin collectors by contacting a coin collectors' club through the American Numismatic Association club directory. Alternatively, meet collectors by attending an event, such as a convention, seminar or money show.


Central Jersey Rare Coins is a full-service coin dealer located in Bound Brook, N.J. This company serves investors and collectors of U.S. coins and currency.