Top 9 Coin Collecting Tips From A 1930s Coin Dealer (FOUND AN OLD BOOK!!) – Our Reactions

I sat down with Isaiah Nicely, a member of the Treasure Town team, to go through a 1935 coin collecting guide that he bought at a tag sale recently, and think through the 9 tips for collectors that were shared many years ago and see if they stand the test of time. I think most of them apply well to today, with the exception of the idea that you shouldn't store face value coins (or coins worth not much over face value)… there would've been a few things that could've paid off very very handsomely 🙂


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4 Comments on “Top 9 Coin Collecting Tips From A 1930s Coin Dealer (FOUND AN OLD BOOK!!) – Our Reactions”

  1. If nothing, it’s great humor.
    There’s always the metal value.
    If lucky, take the money and run.

  2. This was a great video. I like to hear what the older collectors have to say. Nice to meet you Isaiah! You have certainly paired up with a very good teacher! Take all you can from him 😉

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