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2008 W AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE COIN NGC BLACK RETRO SLAB PF70 ULTRA CAMEO 4 021
$115.77
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2012 W AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE COIN NGC BLACK RETRO SLAB PF70 ULTRA CAMEO 1 015
$122.77
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2004 W Silver Eagle PF 70 Ultra Cameo 1 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$75.00
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2001 1 oz gold eagle coin without COA Very nice with coin slab included
$1,000.00
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1988 Silver Eagle 1 MS 69 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$71.25
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2012 American Silver Eagle First Releases Slabbed Graded MS70 NGC ASE2
$36.35
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1998 Silver Eagle 1 MS 69 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$66.50
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2002 Silver Eagle 1 MS 69 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$66.50
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2000 Silver Eagle 1 MS 69 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$66.50
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2007 Silver Eagle 1 MS 69 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$66.50
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2003 Silver Eagle 1 MS 69 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$66.50
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2004 Silver Eagle 1 MS 69 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$66.50
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2005 Silver Eagle 1 MS 69 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$66.50
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2013 W NGC SP69 Enhanced Special Proof Silver Eagle MS69 with Black Retro Slab
$114.79
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2000 Silver Eagle MS 69 1 NGC Black Retro Slab 25TH Anniversary
$66.50
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2008 Silver Eagle 1 MS 69 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$66.50
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2012 Silver Eagle 1 MS 69 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$66.50
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2009 Silver Eagle 1 MS 69 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$66.50
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2013 W NGC Special SP69 Enhanced Proof Silver Eagle Black Retro Slab MS69
$118.99
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1999 Silver Eagle MS69 NGC Newly Conserved New Slab
$44.99
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1999 Silver Eagle MS69 NGC Newly Conserved New Slab
$44.99
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2001 Silver Eagle Recovered at WTC Ground Zero NTC Slabbed
$50.00
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UNC 1988 AMERICAN EAGLE SILVER DOLLAR WALKING LIBERTY 1 OZ SILVER SLABBED
$47.99
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2011 S SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 STRUCK AT SF MINT
$21.05
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2011 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS70 25th ANNIVERSARY EARLY RELEASES
$33.00
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2012 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS70 EARLY RELEASES
$33.05
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2013 S SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 EARLY RELEASES STRUCK AT SF MINT
$29.55
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2010 SILVER EAGLE PCGS SLABBED MS70 25th YEAR OF ISSUE AMERICAN FLAG LABEL
$20.05
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1990 S Silver Eagle PF 69 ULTRA CAMEO 1 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$99.00
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1986 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$34.55
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1987 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$25.00
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1988 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$21.50
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1989 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$33.00
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1990 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$33.75
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1991 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$27.00
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1992 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$24.50
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1993 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$29.99
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1994 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$33.99
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1995 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$31.04
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1996 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$61.01
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1997 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$35.00
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1998 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$30.00
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1999 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$15.50
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2000 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$37.00
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2001 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$33.69
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2002 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$34.33
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2003 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$32.05
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2004 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$16.50
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2005 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$15.50
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2006 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$15.00
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2007 SILVER EAGLE NGC SLABBED MS69 1oz 999 FINE SILVER
$9.50
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2004 W Silver Eagle PF 69 Ultra Cameo 1 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$115.00
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BCW Display Slab with Foam Insert Combo Silver Eagle White 10 pack
$7.99
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2014 Silver American Eagle NGC Slab Eagle BU Gem Brown Label
$37.00
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2007 W 1 Silver Eagle Graded and Slabbed NGC MS 69 C732 AddItemShipFree
$39.00
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2003 AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE NGC MS70 BROWN GOLD MS 70 PRISTINE COIN AND SLAB
$249.00
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2006 W US Mint NGC Early Releases MS69 Burnished Silver Eagle Slabbed Coin
$49.00
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2014 Silver American Eagle MS 69 PCGS Fresh Slab 1 OZ Brilliant UNC Gem
$39.95
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2014 Silver American Eagle MS 70 PCGS Fresh Slab Perfect Eagle BU Gem
$62.95
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2014 PCGS MS 70 American Eagle Graded Perfect Fresh Slab 1 Silver Eagle Gem
$59.84
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2014 PCGS MS 69 American Eagle Graded Fresh Slab 1 Silver Eagle Gem
$39.94
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1991 SLABBED UNCIRCULATED AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE
$62.95
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Lighthouse Everslab Coin Holders Pack of 5 SLAB41 41mm US Silver Eagles
$5.50
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2012 Early Release 1 Silver Eagle NGC 25th Anniversary Retro Slab MS 70
$80.00
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BCW Display Slab with Foam Insert Combo Silver Eagle White 10 pack
$8.99
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BCW Display Slab with Foam Insert Combo Silver Eagle White 5 pack
$5.99
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2010 NGC Slabbed MS 69 Choice BU Silver Eagle NICE
$90.00
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2014 P 1 US SILVER AMERICAN EAGLE COIN +PCGS slabbed MS 70+ PERFECT
$42.56
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2001 UNC AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE SLABBED PERFECT
$64.95
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1 Plastic Slab Holder with white insert BCW You Choose Coin Size
$2.97
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5 Plastic Slab Holders with white inserts BCW You Choose Coin Size
$6.97
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25 Plastic Slab Holders with white inserts BCW You Choose Coin Size
$19.97
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100 Plastic Slab Holders with white inserts BCW You Choose Coin Size
$69.97
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25 AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE 408mm COIN SLAB HOLDERS SLABS NEW
$16.95
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2000 P Silver Eagle Proof PF 69 Ultra Cameo 1 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Ann
$95.00
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1997 P Silver Eagle Proof PF 69 Ultra Cameo 1 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Ann
$115.00
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2010 Silver Eagle MS 69 1 NGC Black Retro Slab 25TH Anniversary
$66.50
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1999 Silver Eagle MS 69 1 NGC Black Retro Slab 25TH Anniversary
$66.50
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25 BCW Silver Eagle Coin Slab Holder w White Insert
$15.95
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5 BCW Silver Eagle Coin Slab Holder w White Insert
$3.95
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1992 US Silver Eagle 1 oz Fine Silver slabbed Uncirclated
$22.00
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BCW Display Slab with Foam Inserts Combo 25per SILVER EAGLES Casino Chips
$16.35
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2011 25th Anniversary Silver Eagle Set PF69 70 MS69 70 NGC BLACK RETRO SLAB
$856.11
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2013 ERROR West Point Enhanced Silver Eagle Perfect 70 ERROR SLAB
$179.00
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2004 W 1 NGC Proof 69 Ultra Cameo Black Retro Slab 1oz American Silver Eagle
$128.25
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2003 W 1 NGC Proof 69 Ultra Cameo Black Retro Slab 1oz American Silver Eagle
$128.25
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2011 W 1 NGC PF69UCAM Black Retro Slab 1oz Silver Eagle 25th Anniversary
$118.75
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2005 1oz Silver Eagle MS69 1 NGC Black Retro Slab 25th Anniversary
$75.99
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Silver Eagle Slabbed

Coin Collecting For Beginners – A Way To Leave A Legacy

The idea of coin collecting can appeal to anyone through their own enjoyment, history and overall attractiveness of the fact that it can be carried on for generations to come.

Behind coin collecting there are some basics everyone should learn including reasons why people collect coins, types of coins, proper handling of coins to preserve their uniqueness and original condition, coin grading, coin grading services and a set of tools every basic collector should have in their profession.

First and foremost a Numismatist is someone who studies the history of the beauty of coins and other forms of currency. They greatly enjoy the study of coins when it comes to their history, usage and artistry.

Why People Collect Coins?

There are various reasons why individuals collect anything and coins in particular. With coins you can learn about the historical significance they have around the world. For instance, back in 1986 the United States began a program to start minting the Silver American Eagle available to the public and this was the first time they did that since 1935.

By collecting coins and studying their significance you begin to appreciate their significance of the events that were happening in the world at the moment the coin was first minted. So it's great to hold a part of that history in your hands. By doing so, you can elect to carry on this history to your children and your children's children for many generations.

Coin minting is also an art form. The artist just creates their art on a different form of canvas. So coin collecting can also be admired as another form of art.

The Many Different Areas of Coin Collecting To Get Involved With

Below is a list of the different areas of coin collecting you can engage in:

  • Ancient Coins – This area goes all the way back to beginning of time from Roman and Greek coins to the Middle Ages.
  • World Coins – This area not only includes United States Coins but also coins from around the world. U.S. coins have 2 subcategories. The first category would be referred to as Old. This includes coins dating back to the creation of the U.S. to 1982. The second category is referred to as modern issue coins. The period includes coins from 1982 to the present.

Numismatic Coin Terms

Throughout our lives we were familiar with the fact that the front of the coin can be referred to as the heads and the back of the coins is referred to as the tails. However, being a Numismatist these terms are different. For examples the front or head of the coin is called the Obverse. The back or tail of the coin is referred as the Reverse.

When you look at a coin there is a portion of the coin that is raised. This raised portion of the coin is called the "devices" of the coin. For example the portrait of the Liberty on the American Silver Eagle would be considered the "device" area.

The areas of the coin that are flat would be considered as the "fields" of the coin which are not used for the design or inscription.

Proper Handling Of Coins To Preserve The Originality

There are certain ways to hold a coin that can preserve their original state so the coin will hold its value and keep the demand for that particular coin high. Always hold the coin by holding it by the rim with your fingers. Never touch the coin with your bare fingers on the Obverse or Reverse of the coin. The oils from our skin can be a form of ware and tear on the coin. If you have coins that are not encapsulated with a slab you could use white cotton gloves to handle the raw coins.

Coin Grading

The purpose of coin grading is to know the proper value of that particular coin in the marketplace. A coin graded at a low level will not be worth as much as a coin graded at a higher level. For a coin to have a higher grade it must follow certain guide lines. If a coin has been given a higher grade it will be more valuable in the coin market.

Dr. William Sheldon introduced a grading scale to modern coin collecting back in 1949. It was a scale from 1 to 70. The lower the grade on this scale the more unrecognizable it could be considered a coin. The coin is more worn and some of the devices are barely present. As stated before the higher the coin grade the less flaws there are in the coin itself. A coin graded at 70 would be considered perfect with no flaws or bag marks.

Circulated coins fall in the range on this scale from 1 to 59. Uncirculated coins will fall into the 60 point and above range and they are considered to be Mint State (MS). When a coin is graded as MS70 they are rarer because not all coins are considered perfect.

Services For Coin Grading

Back in 1972, the American Numismatic Association (ANA) began offering grading services for coins through their service called ANACS (American Numismatic Association Certification Service). ANACS is considered to be the oldest grading service in America. In the mid 1980's the development of modern grading standards was adopted through PCGS and included a sealed plastic holder for the coin. This plastic holder is also referred to as a slab and helps the coin from being damaged. There are 4 top tier third party grading services which include:

ANACS - American Numismatic Association Certification Service

PCGS - Professional Coin Grading Service

NGC – Numismatic Guaranty Corporation

ICG – Independent Coin Graders

Tools Used By Numismatists

  • A magnifying glass with a range of 5x to 10x. Higher magnification is used by grading companies to determine the extra fine details of the coin to give it a grade of MS70, which is the highest grade a coin can receive on The Sheldon Scale.
  • A Sharp eye for detail – This skill will take years to gain.
  • Light – A good light is a table top, halogen light.
  • A good, secure storage location – a good safe that is locked and bolted to your floor. These coins are your legacy to your family and your children so you should protect them. Another place you can store your slab coins in is a slab holder (also store this in the safe). This will help you keep the slabs from hitting each other and keep them in order.

I hope you enjoyed this post on Coin Collecting For Beginners.

About the Author

Coin Collecting can be very fun and educational. Jim Rohn said "It is an act of responsibility to leave a legacy." The legacy you can leave behind for many generations is the responsibility to preserve history. Behind each coin is part of history that made this world what it is today. Each coin made in the future will also be part of history so it can be shared with generations to come. I truly believe that good and honorable people have a desire to leave a legacy.

 

Learn more about coin collecting by visiting Leave A Legacy to learn how to accumulate and collect wealth.

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