Collecting Articles and Resources
Gainesville Coins is here to walk you through the ins and outs of the coin collecting hobby. Also known as numismatics and the "hobby of kings," collecting coins is a rewarding pastime that often grows into a lifelong pursuit. It offers exciting opportunities no matter your age or budget.
Let us help you with starting a coin collection and expanding your numismatic knowledge. From pricing to coin supplies to key date coins and the latest industry news, we have you covered. Our expert articles and how-to guides will make you a better collector. Learn about coins from a source you can trust.
1982 Bronze and Clad Lincoln Cent Guide
Everything you need to know about the 1982 bronze Lincoln cent. Learn about the composition change on the penny from copper to zinc by the United States Mint.
1965 Quarter Value: Error Coins and History
The 1965 Washington quarter was the first US quarter not made of 90% pure silver. This transition from silver to copper coinage resulted in the rare and valuable 1965 silver quarter.
Top 20 Rare Coins Wanted By Collectors
What rare coins do collectors want the most? Find out with this list of the most desirable collectible coins in United States history.
How To Sell Your Coin Collection
Learn how to sell your coin collection. Whether you inherited a collection of coins or are planning to sell your coins, this is the best guide to get started.
No Date Buffalo Nickels: How to Find Their Value
Many Buffalo nickels have had the date on the coin worn away. Learn how to tell what year your Buffalo nickel is and how much they are worth.
1944 Lincoln Wheat Penny Value Guide
This guide will help you find out how much your 1944 Wheat cent is worth. Find updated prices for 1944 Lincoln pennies, including mintmark varieties.
History of the Hobo Nickel
Hobo nickels are some of the most fascinating pieces of numismatic history. Learn about the history of this famous Americana artwork.
What's the Value of a 1970 Quarter?
How much money is a 1970 Washington quarter worth? Find updated prices and learn about the many valuable error coins for the 1970 quarter.
Maya Angelou Quarter Launches American Women Coin Program
The late author and activist Maya Angelou will become the first African American woman to appear on a circulating quarter for United States coins.