Christmas Gift Idea -A Collector Coin is a Great Choice

Stuck for Christmas gift ideas? Eric Eigner from Drake Sterling Numismatics knows what a great gift a coin is for Christmas. He says in this news article published by The Sydney Morning Herald today that younger collectors, older collectors and those in between are increasingly spending their disposable income on coins. This means a coin for Christmas could be the best present idea you’ve had yet. Perhaps it’s a coin from their year of birth, or from a special anniversary, a country they’ve visited or a theme that touches their heart -there’s most likely a coin that would be a great gift this festive season.

Certified coins such as those graded and encapsulated by PCGS are increasingly sought after, an easy buy for those flocking to online shops to buy this Christmas. For the young, a coin for Christmas can spark an interest that will last a lifetime. And who doesn’t like spending money and getting money in return, what a great investment! So if you’re stuck for ideas for Christmas presents this year be sure to buy that special someone a coin for under the tree.

2000 $1/10c mule dollar for sale. (Why is this dollar coin an error and why is it so expensive?)

The highly collectable 2000 $1/10c Mule Dollar for someone born in the year 2000

1964 Halfpenny For Sale

1964 Halfpenny a Great Gift Idea for Someone Born in 1964

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AUD $14.34
Australian 1966 Round 50c
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