How To Be A Full Time Coin Professional: 15 Coin Industry Jobs (How To Cultivate Necessary Skills)

Let's think through some of the important areas or ways that you can slowly transition into becoming a full time numismatic or coin professional (or have a substantial side business catering to collectors). I've been thinking about this for a fair amount of time, and I feel like these 11 minutes may bring up or spark more conversations than questions I answer, but they're definitely an interesting topic, and I'd love to hear your thoughts on what I put forward.

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13 Comments on “How To Be A Full Time Coin Professional: 15 Coin Industry Jobs (How To Cultivate Necessary Skills)”

  1. HOW’S THIS CHRISTIAN, LARGE COPPERS AND BRONZES OF THE U.S., CANADA, U.K., EUROPE, AND BANK TOKENS OF CANADA, STORE TOKENS OF U.S. CIVIL WAR TOKENS, HARD TIME TOKENS, JETONS, AS A SPECIALTY!!GARY BAILEY

  2. You should (if you haven’t already) do a video on the importance of a numismatic library: the Red book, the Blue book, the KM Standard Catalog of World Coins, the Sears Guides to Greek and Roman coins, Ruddy’s Photograde and the ANA Grading Guide. There are others too numerous to mention on varieties of U.S. cents and other coins. I’m old school and have physical copies but I guess much can now be found online.

  3. Hi Christian, Much respect for what you do and how you do it. Keep it up! 
    BTW – I have sent you an email with a idea I have been working on. Hope to hear back soon. TY

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