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News from the Mint
AMERICAN MINT

American Mint LLC
5051 Louise Drive, 
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
 
Phone: 717-458-9210      
Fax: 717-458-9211
Email: pr@americanmint.com
You are an editor and ask for the latest press releases by American Mint? Please send an email to pr@americanmint.com, subject: "American Mint press releases".

When publishing our corporate information we would appreciate a file copy (also via email).
Whether you’re just getting started in the world of commemorative coins, or you’re a seasoned collector with years of experience, one of the most important skills you’ll learn is how to clean and care for your coins. Proper care and maintenance not only keeps your coins looking sharp, but also helps preserve the monetary value of your collection. After all, a coin that maintains its original sheen and luster is worth far more than a coin that is stained and spotted.

Do you have a coin or two that you aren’t certain how to store and care for? Don’t leave the condition of your collection up to guesswork. Improper storage and handling can cost you significantly, as the value of coins often depend heavily upon their state and condition. To help you preserve the beauty and worth of your collection, we’ve provided an in-depth guide to caring for your commemorative coins. Follow these simple tips, and you’ll guarantee the longevity of your collection.
Have you come into what you believe to be a rare coin recently? If so, your first question will likely be the obvious one — how much is this coin worth? It’s the first question most of us would ask, but unfortunately, it isn’t always simple to answer. Many different factors go into finding the value of rare coins, such as the year, the condition, the materials and the volume of the same coins that the government distributed in the first place.

While it can be a little complicated to answer the question of how to find the value of old coins, it's not impossible. With a little background knowledge and experience behind you, almost anyone can arrive at a fairly reasonable estimate of any rare coin’s value. Today, we want to walk you through this process and explain how to tell if a coin is valuable or not. By sticking with this guide, you should have no difficulty finding any rare coin’s value, within a reasonable margin of error.
Are you interested in the fascinating world of collectible coins and precious metals? If so, you’re in good company. The world is full of collectors, enthusiasts, and individuals like you who are passionate about the intricacies and details of coin collecting.
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