Coin collecting can turn into a real treasure hunt. You can collect coins from many different countries, different years, made out of different metals. The treasure comes when you discover just how much your coin is worth. Some are just worth face value but some are worth much, much more. Happy hunting!
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Very nice post about coin collecting. I’ve been collecting Lincoln Pennies for years. I was left a few jars full of them by my grandparents. Coin collecting is an awesome hobby.