The history of Paper money dates back only a couple hundreds of years. But for millenniums prior to that, numerous scarce commodities had performed the various roles now played by our banknotes, checks, and coins. And we have not even said anything about the era of batter.

Yes, there is no arguing the fact that our present money system is by far the most flexible ever invented by man. But don’t you also agree that our totally artificial money does not quite elicit the appeal that Silver and Gold posses?

They posses all the properties of money, and more: unlike that paper money in your wallet, the value of silver and gold is intrinsic, in-built, rather than merely bestowed on it by some government. And are those metals appealing to the eyes!

Did I mention that Silver and Gold coins also serve other useful purposes other than medium of exchange? Well, if you think your money is as durable as gold and silver, try throwing your banknotes into the fire for thirty seconds and let us see what happens!

Isn’t it true that we are still filled with nostalgia for that era when Gold and Silver were the medium of exchange? To me, that partly explains the growing preoccupation with collectible coins.

In fact in recent times, an industry has emerged purely devoted to the collection and selling of Gold and Silver coins. It is called The Numismatic Coin Market. And it is a global market now worth 100 billion dollars—and still growing. Let me tell you a little about it.

What Are Numismatic Coins?

No they are not the same as those which price you often hear when commodity prices are read during business news. Those ones are known as Gold or Silver bullion. Collectible coins are defined as the coins whose market value are determined by their rarity, their condition, mint date (i.e. age), and marks.

Their metal content is rarely ever considered when their value is being determined. Another name for them is numismatic coins (or simply numis). In the meantime Gold and Silver collectible coins have natural value as well as a large demand.

These two conditions ensure that as a collector, you are always sure of a fair price for your precious metals whether you want to sell now or much later.

Collectable coins often sell at huge markup prices. I is not unusual for a collector to sell their coin at a price several times that of the metal content of the coin. Gold and Silver bullions on the other hand must sell at prices equal to or slightly higher than the value of their metal content.

If you are a collector of Gold and Silver Coins, you need not worry about how the economy is doing. Isn’t that good news? In fact, Gold and Silver themselves seem to fare better when the economy is down.

This is mainly because these precious metals are globally recognized as a dependable store of value. As a result, people want more of it when other assets appear less secure, such as during recessions. And since the value of numismatic coins cuts across national boundaries, it follows that the fate of a particular country’s economy would not affect the value of your numis coins.

In the final analysis, Gold and Silver are among the few things in the world which value is universal and nearly everlasting. So whether you engage in coin collection as a hobby or as a form of business, the truth remains that what you have in your hands have value that can only appreciate.

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