Christina Goldman

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First Strike Silver Eagle: Are PCGS First Strike Coins Worth The Cost?

03rd April 2011
Early on when American Silver Eagle coins are struck, those that were done within the first 30 days become the First Strike Silver Eagle coins. They have crisper lines and more distinct markings, and they usually are graded more highly by third-party grad... Read >

Are Brand Name 10 Oz Silver Bars Worth The Price?

18th January 2011
You've decided to invest in TEN ounce silver bars - good for you! These silver bars certainly are a fantastic investment for a number of reasons: They can be very easily stashed in a safety deposit box due to their wonderful smooth, uniform sizing. Th... Read >

Krugerrand Gold Coins - 5 Benefits Of Buying Gold Krugerrands vs. Similar Bullion Coins

20th October 2010
Krugerrand gold coins are the oldest of all the modern day gold bullion coins. Introduced in 1967 by the South African government, its appeal grew to be so good that it resulted in the mintage of other common gold bullion coins like the Canadian Gold Mapl... Read >

What Is The South African Krugerrand Mini Gold Coin - Should I Buy It?

15th May 2009
You might have thought you were dreaming when you first came across a South African Krugerrand Mini Gold Coin. Of course, you are familar with the popular South African Krugerrand gold bullion coin but is this tiny thing for real? You are still sane so... Read >

Finding Historic Old Rare Chinese Silver Coins

12th May 2009
For coin collectors all around the globe, one of the most extraordinary reveals that may ever be obtained in the market today are old rare Chinese silver coins. For one thing, you don't usually find rare Chinese coins from different dynasties in the local... Read >

Chinese Silver Dragon Coins - China's Premier Silver Coin

08th May 2009
The Chinese Silver Dragon Coin has been known, for centuries, to be one of the oldest coins to have ever been produced, designed, and distributed across the country as official currency. It serves as one of the few coins in which people identified China a... Read >

Rare Silver Certificates: What Are The Most Valuable Silver Certificates?

08th January 2009
Most silver certificates are worth only a small premium over their actual face value. For example, the common 1935 and 1957 certificates would sell for $1.25 to $1.50 in average circulated condition.' A note of this type in uncirculated condition would fe... Read >

Silver Certificates: How Much Is A 1923 Silver Certificate Worth?

04th January 2009
The 1923 Silver Certificate is one of the most popular and common paper notes.' All United States Currency that was minted before 1928 is larger than that of a modern paper bill -approximately one-half inch wider and over one inch longer. For you trivi... Read >