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Protect Your Coins with a Coin Collecting Book
November 12th, 2016 by Aldouspi

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Are you keeping your special coins in a drawer or a bowl? When you collect coins, you want to keep those coins in as mint condition as possible. Mint condition means that the coins don't have any marks or nicks and that they look just as shiny as they did when they came off the mint. You won't keep them in mint condition (or the same condition when you got them) for very long, if you just keep them in a jar, or in a can beside or under your bed.

Some people like to keep their coins in tiny plastic sleeves, but these are hard to keep track of; especially if you have a lot of them. Instead, why not keep your coins in a coin collecting book or coin folder, instead of boxes? The plastic sheathe in the coin collecting book helps to protect your coins from wear and tear. What's more, your coin collecting book will keep your coins together and the book is a great way to show your collection off to anyone who is curious.

Getting Started With a Coin Collecting Book

Nowadays you can get coin collecting books or albums online at eBay or other sites. There are also books sold at coin collecting shows where people love to show off their coin collections, where people love to trade and sell their coins and also love to sell coin collecting reference books where you can learn a lot about coins and coin collecting.

Coin Collecting Albums: Types of Books

There are coin collecting books for just US coins, there are coin collecting books for both US and international coins and then there are books for more historical coins, such as Roman Empire gold coins and such. There are, in fact, books for any type of coin you could ever think of.

Don't worry if you only have one or two coins of a particular type - like Indian Head Pennies, for example. Part of the fun of collecting is filling up the book your new coin album will often give you the incentive you need to get more coins so that you can fill one or even several books that will comprise your coin collection.

Coin collecting is extremely fun and it's interesting to see the differences in the various coins used as money throughout history. And even if you only have a couple of current coins circulating today, put them in a coin collecting book and keep collecting. Soon, you will see the surge in the number of coins ornamenting your books. Before you know it, you'll have a collection most collectors would envy and they'll be perfectly preserved and beautifully displayed in your various books.

One of the ways preferred by many is to classify sections within the book like Obama coin collection, bible coin collection or say valuable coins collection. If you are into foreign coin collecting then you can classify you coins as per country of their origin.

How to use a coin album or coin folder

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