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How to Learn More about Numismatics

January 03, 2018

How to Learn More about Numismatics

There are a number of print media publications specifically created with the numismatist in mind! 

Some great resources for learning more about collecting rare coins, educating your self and your family about rare coins and numismatics can be found listed below!

 

Canadian Coin News - For subscription information: www.canadiancoinnews.com

Coin World - for subscription information: www.coinworld.com 

World Coin News - for subscription information: www.shopnumismaster.com 

Tokenpublishing.com - For subscription information: www.tokenpublishing.com 

Coinsweekly.com - An Electronic newsletter at exceptional quality focusing on the world and ancient numismatic marketplace, with news of auctions, conventions, legal and regulatory matters is www.coinsweeekly.com . This publication is published by Dr. Ursula Kampann and is issued weekly. 

 

As you continue to learn about Numismatics, be sure to to find the right dealers. 

 

Finding the right dealer is not easy. Austin Lloyd specializes in rare coins and our team can assist you on building your collection of rare coins, especially rare gold coins and rare silver coins. 

The ability to purchase coins online, especially American Silver Eagles and American Gold Eagles and Buffalos is available online @ AustinLloyd.com.

 

Be sure to call one of our representatives to check pricing and learn more about our rare numismatic collectors and trading program! 

 





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