Coin Roll Hunting vs Buying Coins for a Collection


Coin Roll Hunting vs Buying Coins for a Collection

Hi Collectors! I picked up some coins from my local bank and found some silver dimes in a CoinStar change return. Paying face value for coins for a collection is the most fun. This is why I love coin roll hunting, however from time to time I buy coins to fill spaces in my collection. This video features both and I evaluate how much I overpaid. I’m not a professional coin grader so the grades I mention are solely my opinion based on knowledge and perception. For grades below uncirculated I tend to be more accurate than the subtle grade differences of uncirculated coins. We also use some coin guides (Red Book & Blue Book) to look up values and prices of the coins

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