One of the best coins to begin your coin collecting with, is the buffalo nickel. This particular nickel was minted from the years 1913 to 1938. It was the first time that the image of an American Indian was placed on US coinage, and therefore it is also called the Indian head nickel. Many people also consider this to be one of the best designed coins in US history. So, if you are looking to add one of these to your collection; where do you look?

Turning your cash into Silver is great way to manage your money. Once you have purchased a few ounces or more and placed them in an appropriate place, you can follow the daily activity just as you would the stock market. There are several ways to track the value of Silver. Television, newspaper,and computer websites are a few. This is the enjoyable part!

You can bet that a low-priced coin is marked less because of the grading company used or none at all. When looking online at eBay for example, the MS or mint state grading might be listed as MS64 by the dealer, when the coin is closer to a MS62 when actually graded by the PCGS in the future. I would only buy something pre-graded or, if it’s a cheap coin say under $10, take a small chance and then send to the PCGS to have it graded for yourself.

Getting There: The closest Rome subway stop is Piazza di Spagna (Metro Line A). Walk down from the Spanish Steps. Keep on going straight and you will be on the street called Via Condotti. Walk a few blocks on the right side until you reach #68. As you are walking, you’ll notice many high end fashion shops like Hermes and Versace. At #68, some flags will be flying above the street, and at street level, a gate opens to the palace inside. Unless you have official business, you won’t be allowed in. Don’t let that stop you, as you can turn right at the next corner at Via Bocca di Leone #68, and go inside the post office and “>coin shop Advance