Scott A. Travers, the coin market's Number One insider, gives you the secret tools necessary to navigate the world of coins, banknotes, and precious metals, such as gold and silver. Whether you have coins in a safety deposit box, a vintage dollar bill under the mattress or a hidden stash of gold bars, Money Connoisseur will teach you tricks of the trade.
In most cases, cleaning collectible coins does not make them more valuable—it actually makes them worth less.
The US Mint made a little mistake in 1943—creating pennies that today are worth big money.
U.S. dimes, quarters, half dollars and dollar coins from certain mint dates are worth much more than face value.
Just because a coin is old doesn’t mean it's valuable, while some newer coins sell at high prices. Here, three key factors that determine a coin’s value.
Buyer beware if you want to buy gold American Eagle coins. The two questions you need answered when buying gold coins…