While we love the hard data of mint marks, date sets, grades, and more, sometimes we need to take a moment to remember the human element of coin collecting. If you’re feeling a little burnt out, here are some posts that will make you remember why you fell in love with the hobby in the first place.
1: Coin dealers and blind collectors – a tribute to Dean, from the Blind Coin Collector blog
A connection with your local coin shop owner is special for every collector, but it can mean even more when you need some additional accommodations. This is a moving tribute from the Blind Coin Collector (follow his blog: it’s terrific!).
What’s the best part about being the owner of a brick-and-mortar coin shop? What’s the most unusual thing a coin customer has ever done? Check out this post on the CoinThrill blog to hear some wild stories!
You just have to laugh: sometimes coins are struck on items that are decidedly not what the Mint intended!
What do you do when you don’t love your old collecting themes anymore? Debbie Bradley takes a look at what it means to change your collection and branch out into new things.
What story might a common penny tell as it traveled from hand to hand? How many lives would it touch?
The joy of sharing your love of coin collecting with your child.
Who she was and how she changed the world of coins:
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