coin collecting

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Noun1.coin collecting - the collection and study of money (and coins in particular)coin collecting - the collection and study of money (and coins in particular)
assembling, collecting, aggregation, collection - the act of gathering something together
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COIN collectors interested in a new range of 10p coins which includes an image of the Angel of the North can now take part in the "Great British Coin Hunt" thanks to a Newcastle tech firm.
It will also deprive the Americans of any economic leverage they have on the Palestinians and gain the attention of coin collectors all over the world.
Previously it had been in the collection of Dr John Sharp, one of the great British coin collectors of the 17th century.
This major 'first' for coin collectors and gold buyers around the world has had its mintage restricted to just 3,999 coins.
Such is the rarity that only 17% of ChangeChecker coin collectors have ever spotted one in their change.
This is a major 'first' for coin collectors and gold buyers around the world: however, in honour of the anniversary year the mintage has been kept to just 2,017 coins.
Because coins are normally so uniform, any uncommon mistake gets coin collectors very excited - and they will pay out big-time for the rarities.
For coin collectors, the overall presentation of the packaging is a large part of the appeal.
Over a thousand photos, engravings, diagrams, blueprints and other kinds of images accompany a survey that will appeal to coin collectors and American history readers alike, offering a collection that contrasts old and new minting policies, discusses how gold and other financial news affected minting decisions, and provides a lively history of minting and coin production.
Kamal added that the team includes amateur stamps collectors, coin collectors, antiques, and old Kuwaiti documents and collections from sea and desert, in addition to medals, decorations and badges.
The 1894 S-Barber dime has been viewed for long by coin collectors as one of the rarest and highly valued coins in American history.
Coin collectors will learn: Why coin collecting is different in retirement; How to devise a collecting strategy that works for you Ways to define your hobby objectives and consolidate your collection; When, where, and how to sell your coins; Important information to share with your family; How to prepare your estate; Ways to allocate your collection to heirs.