Coin Collecting Tips: How to Sell Your Coins

When It comes to coin collecting, there are some things everyone should know. Selling your coins can either result in a good profit or significant loss. Factors such as: your negotiating skills, level of urgency, the coins you are interested in selling, all have an impact on the price of the coin. Visit Colonial Acres for more information, and pay attention to the following coin selling tips in the meantime: Sell at the right time Be on the lookout for auctions Think about leaving your holder coins in old holders Make an emergency plan just in case Do your pricing…
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The Time Banknotes First Featured A Canadian

Canadian paper money has a long, rich and varied history. A particularly interesting example from that history involves 17th century New France colonists having to use playing cards to supplement Spanish and French coins, the supply of which was lessening at the time. A local governor even had to sign the specially cut playing cards, which gave them monetary properties. Now, fast forward to the early 20th century and Canadian currency has truly come a long way. Read on to learn more about famous Canadians who were the first to be featured on our banknotes. Various Iterations Of The $10…
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Part 2: More Tips To Investing In Gold And Silver Bullion

All that glitters is not gold, but some things are. More and more people are realizing that gold has value and has provided a good place for investment during uncertain economic times. Gold is making a comeback due to currency wars happening around the globe, so if you’re considering buying gold bullion or silver bullion, Colonial Acres has you covered. Gold Bullion & Silver Bullion Investment Tips Here are four tips to cement your investment success: Bullion is an imperishable investment Diversify wisely Consider investing in gold coins Make your investment categories different from one another Bullion Is An Imperishable…
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Taking a closer look at 7 Canadian Banknote Series

The formation of the Bank of Canada in 1935 signified the creation of modern Canadian paper money. Seven different series of banknotes have been produced by the Bank of Canada since its inception. Let’s take a look at those series ranging from commemorative notes to regular currency. 1935 Series On the day it opened for business on the 11th of March 1935, the Bank of Canada released the first series of banknotes, which included a $25 Commemorative Note, as well as; $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500 and $1000 notes. In addition to one set having been made…
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Real or Fake Currency? Guidelines to Follow

For collectors and traders, the greatest threat is fake currencies circulating online. Finding out that you bought fake coins can be a frustrating and devastating experience. You have to be extra careful and pay attention to the coins or banknotes you’re buying. Detection methods that worked today may not work tomorrow, as fraudsters are always changing their techniques. Here are some ways to protect yourself from frauds regardless of whether you’re collecting Canadian coin currency or that of other countries: Thoroughly examine the print Be informed about different currencies Adopt an analytical mindset when looking at the features Only buy from…
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