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50 PLR Coin Collecting Articles. All Coin Collecting PLR Articles are 400+ words.

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BWCC-detecting-counterfeit-coins.txt
BWCC-getting-started-with-your-coin-collection.txt
BWCC-grading your-coins.txt
BWCC-guide-for-rare-coin-collectors.txt
BWCC-how-and-where-you-can-buy-bullion-coins.txt
BWCC-how-to-avoid-shysters-and-fraud.txt
BWCC-how-to-take-care-of-your-coins.txt
BWCC-pros-and-cons-of-buying-at-auction.txt
BWCC-should-you-use-a-grading-service.txt
BWCC-what-affects-the-value-of-a-coin.txt
BWCC-what-are-remints-and-mint-marks.txt
BWCC-what-you-should-look-for-in-a-coin.txt
BWCC-when-should-you-sell.txt
BWCC-where-to-find-coins.txt
BWCC2-accessories-for-coin-collecting.txt
BWCC2-ancient-coin-collecting.txt
BWCC2-antique-coin-collecting.txt
BWCC2-canadian-coin-collecting.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-album.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-as-a-hobby.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-auctions.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-book.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-club.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-dealer.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-folder.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-for-dummy.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-for-kids.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-grading.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-kit.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-merit-badge.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-price-guide.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-prices.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-quarters.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-store.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-supplies.txt
BWCC2-coin-collecting-tips-for-beginners.txt
BWCC2-design-types-of-US-coins-and-coin-collecting.txt
BWCC2-free-coin-collecting-software.txt
BWCC2-gold-coin-collecting.txt
BWCC2-kinds-of-coin-collectors.txt
BWCC2-rare-coin-collecting.txt
BWCC2-software-for-coin-collecting.txt
BWCC2-stamp-coin-collecting.txt
BWCC2-types-of-coins.txt
BWCC2-UK-coin-collecting.txt
BWCC2-US-coin-collecting.txt
BWCC20-do-s-and-dont-s-of-coin-collecting.txt
BWCC--about-commemorative-and-other-special-coins.txt
BWCC-becoming-a-numismatic.txt


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How to Grade Your Coins

A "grade" is described as a shorthand designed by coin experts (numismatists) to reveal a coins appearance. Simply put, if a certain coin collector tells another collector that he owns an uncirculated Charlotte 50 half eagle, both should already have a concept of the coins appearance without even seeing it, because of the claim of its grade.

Some disclose that designating a grade to rank or categorize a coin is more of an art rather than science, since often it is extremely subjective or biased; this applies particularly when working on Mint State coins where little differences, in terms of grade, make so much difference in the price.

Grading can be learned, studied and applied with a predictable and known outcome that eventually depends on judgment, not feelings.

Like any language, science, sport, or research, it is best to learn and understand coin grading one component at a time, through serious study and experience.

Today, most numismatists use the Sheldon grading scale. While there are those that complain of "too many grades", most experienced coin graders recognize and appreciate the fact that there is a wide range in features between ranges.

Strike

This is the method of stamping or imprinting a drawing or a symbol onto a blank. Depending on the coins design, it can either have weak or strong strike. An example of this would be the Type II gold dollar on which both sides (front and back) have the highest strike that is perfectly aligned, meaning, these designs require weak strikes.

Generally the strike is not a key factor in establishing the coins grade except when it is included in a series where the value is connected to strike.

Preservation of the coins surface

The number of coin marks as well as where they are placed is a significant element in establishing the grade. While there is no fixed formula on the number of coin marks that sets its grade, there are several regulated standards regarding the significance of the location or positioning of a scratch.

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