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  1. Winter Olympics Illustrated by Coins

    Winter Olympics Illustrated by Coins

    The 2018 Winter Olympics will take place from 9 to 25 February 2018 and will be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea and will be followed by the 2018 Winter Paralympics, which are scheduled to start on Thursday, 8th March. Prior to those exciting and challenging events, why not take a sentimental look at the previous Olympic coins released by Pobjoy Mint to commemorate both the winter and summer games from the past?

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  2. 5 Unique Coins That Will Please Every Coin Collector

    5 Unique Coins That Will Please Every Coin Collector

    With Christmas just around the corner, it’s time to look out for unique gifts that will bring joy long after the festive season has ended. If you happen to have a coin enthusiast among your family or friends, have a look at our roundup of some sought after Pobjoy Mint coins, which would make wonderful Christmas gifts.

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  3. Astonishing History Captured By Coins

    Astonishing History Captured By Coins

    Aside from their value and rarity, coins are so collectable and captivating because of the history they hold. Their origin, age and story often illustrate and tell a tale of exceptional and extraordinary events. Today, we’ll be exploring a series of coins, which have captured and commemorated some fascinating moments in history.

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  4. Famous Coin Collections

    Famous Coin Collections

    Sought out by individual enthusiasts across the globe, coins are the symbol of art, dedication and true passion. Today, we will discover five influential coin collections and the fascinating stories behind them.

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  5. 4 Top Questions About Coin Collecting

    4 Top Questions About Coin Collecting

    When it comes to starting your own collection, it can be a confusing landscape to navigate and you’ll likely have a range of questions to ask before you pursue the hobby further. Luckily for aspiring coin collectors, we’ve compiled the most frequently asked questions below so that you can start your own fascinating journey today!

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  6. How to Introduce Coin Collecting to your Children

    How to Introduce Coin Collecting to your Children

    Many coin enthusiasts will begin collecting from a young age, usually as a result of either their parents or grandparents sharing their passion for collecting.

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  7. Circulated vs. Uncirculated Coins – Which is Better?

    Circulated vs. Uncirculated Coins – Which is Better?

    There are two main coin types, circulated and uncirculated. There are many ways that you can tell the difference between the two of them. If you are considering collecting coins to one day sell on, then you will need to know the difference between these two types of coins; one can be a lot more valuable than the other.

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  8. Government of the Falkland Islands: 35th Anniversary of Liberation Ceremony

    Government of the Falkland Islands: 35th Anniversary of Liberation Ceremony

    The Government of the Falklands gifted Liberation coins to the students of the Falklands Islands Community School to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the Falklands Liberation. 

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  9. Best Places to Find Out More About Coin Collecting

    Best Places to Find Out More About Coin Collecting

    There are a number of reasons why people begin coin collecting; it could be as a hobby to pass the time, or to learn more about the past or even to make a little money. Whatever the reason is, every coin collector has the same passion, coins.

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  10. Looking After Your New Coin Collection

    Looking After Your New Coin Collection

    To uphold your coin’s value, it is important to keep them as protected as possible. Any scratches, smearing or discolouration could cause the value of your coin to drop. A coin collection is one of the easiest collections to manage. Whereas many collections might require you to keep the items clean, with a coin collection it is advised you don’t clean your coins at all.

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