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Expert Numismatic Appraisal of Your Coin Collection

Expert coin graders and professional numismatists appraise your coin’s quickly and without bias, saving you time and money.

If you have a coin collection you’d like to learn about, we can appraise all or some of your coins for you. Start with just a few coins you think might be valuable. Your information is safe with us, we won’t share it with anybody. Coin collectors and dealers like us are very private people, so we understand and respect your privacy!

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One of these silver dollars is worth $10, one is worth $100, and one is worth $1000. Can you tell which is which just by looking at them? We can. Scroll down to see if you're right.

One of these silver dollars is worth $10, one is worth $100, and one is worth $1000. Can you tell which is which just by looking at them? We can. Scroll down to see if you’re right.

About the Academy of Coins©

The staff here at PriceThatCoin.com are all members of the Academy of Coins©, and we’ve graded and appraised thousands of coins through the years. We’re expert numismatic graders. Grading coins accurately consists of authenticating the coins, then assessing their condition including potential problems that many novice graders miss that have the potential to substantially impact a coin’s value. We have done hundreds of coin collection appraisals over many, many years.

It may surprise you to know that many coin collections look about the same. From just a quick look, we can almost always tell immediately if there is something of substantial value hidden away.

If you’re interested, you can learn more about coin grading by reading the Academy of Coins©’ article explaining coin grade and how it translates to market value. Accurate coin grading is an art and science that takes years to master. And after seeing as many collections as we have, we look forward to doing a great job every time.

One of these Lincoln Wheat Cents is worth $30, one is worth $300, and one is worth $3000. Can you tell which is which just by looking at them? We can. Scroll down to see if you're right.

One of these Lincoln Wheat Cents is worth $30, one is worth $300, and one is worth $3000. Can you tell which is which just by looking at them? We can. Scroll down to see if you’re right.

Case Study: Mary the Heiress

Mary inherited a coin collection from her father after he passed away. After some time passed, she decided to assess the coin collection’s value. She couldn’t find a local coin shop, and she wasn’t comfortable carrying all those coins to a coin show a couple of hour’s drive from her home.

After doing some research online, she thought about submitting the coins to a reputable TPG for certification. She was told it would take a few weeks and close to a thousand dollars. Despite lots of help, she had a hard time filling out the form, so she decided to look for other options.

She submitted a few coins to PriceThatCoin.com online and was able to quickly determine which coins were worth sending to a TPG for certification and which coins weren’t. With an idea of value from the expert coin graders and professional numismatists at PriceThatCoin.com, she decided which coins she’d take with her to the next show and she was able to make much more informed decisions when choosing a dealer to sell to. She was also able to determine which coins meant the most to her father, so she decided to keep one rather than selling it.

By using PriceThatCoin.com, she saved about $440 on shipping and certification of coins that didn’t have enough value to justify the fees. She spent about $300 with the TPG (would have been $740 or more) and only spent $85 with PriceThatCoin.com. She was extremely happy with her coin collection appraisal.

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Coin Valuation Answers

One of these Lincoln Wheat Cents is worth $30, one is worth $300, and one is worth $3000. Can you tell which is which just by looking at them? We can.

Were you right? The coin on the left is a 1909-S Lincoln Wheat Cent worth about $300. The coin in the middle is a 1909 worth about $30. The coin on the right is a 1909 VDB worth about $3000. Minor differences, huge differences in value. We’re here to help you learn.

 

One of these silver dollars is worth $10, one is worth $100, and one is worth $1000. Can you tell which is which just by looking at them? We can.

How was your hunch? The coin on the left is an 1890-CC Tail Bar, worth about $1000. The coin in the center is indeed worth about $10, but some coins that look like this are worth $500. The coin on the right is common, usually worth about $18, but in uncommon condition (the best of the bunch), making its current market value around $100.

How did you do? Coins are tricky! But we love this stuff. That’s why we do this – we’re here to help.

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