Top 10 Christmas gifts for the coin enthusiast in the family!

Dec 01, 2011

Before you know it Christmas will be in full swing. What to buy? That is the question.... Some are easy like kids they want anything and everything. But as we get older our interests become more defined and usually more expensive. I myself wouldn't mind finding an 1895-O Morgan Dollar in my stocking, but that most likely won't happen. I would however be ecstatic to have anything from this list in my stocking! So if you know a coin enthusiast and are stumped as what to purchase read on! If I missed something on this list let me know!
PCGS Storage Box

1. PCGS Plastic Storage Box for 20 Slab Coin Holder - Now that we own some PCGS coins we will be needing a coin holder for our coins!

This box stores 20 PCGS, newer ANACS and other slab sizes.
NGC slabs will fit in the box though the lid will not snap shut.
This exterior measures approximately 9" x 2.75" x 3.5" when closed
Coins and holders are NOT included.

 2. NCG Plastic Storage Box for 20 Slab Coin Holders - Perhaps your coin collector would prefer this storage box for $16.99

Gold tone
Holds NGC slabs
Sturdy Plastic Construction
Bears the NGC logo

3.  2012 Guide Book of United States - Everyone should have one of these. If you buy it for someone and they already have that book no problem. Now they can have a copy at their computer and one to keep in the car. That way if they stop by the local coin shop their reference book will be in the car! And for only $10.17 why wouldn't you want to have a second copy!

The official description for the Guide book of United States Coins:

The Official Red Book A Guide Book of United States Coins is 65 years young and going strong. Collectors around the country love the convenience of the spiral bound edition. It opens up and lies flat on the table while you study your coin collection. And of course it includes all the historical background, detailed specifications, high-resolution photographs, and accurate mintage data that turn a new coin collector into an educated numismatist. How rare are your coins? How much are they worth?

4. Coin Display for 24 Certified Coins (PCGS, NGC, etc. Slabs)

For $49.95 you can give your coin enthusiast a way to store and display their certified coins. 

Great way to display coins in certified slabs by PCGS, NGC, ANACS, ICG, and others.
Styled with a sleek mahogany-colored wood grain finish.
Secure magnetic closure.
Lined with dark blue satin to make coins appear more vibrant when on display.
Includes three trays, each designed to hold 8 certified coins.

5. Collector NCG PCGS ICG Coin Slab Display Case Cabinet Holder Rack. If you know your coin enthusiast loves to always have their coins on display. Constantly having to pull everyone out to show you. Perhaps this display cast would be the ticket. Right now it's $52.95 on sale from $75.95 that is a 30% savings! 

Handcrafted in solid furniture grade beech hardwood with elegant furniture finish.
Brass hardware and felt fabric background to create a stunning display.
A framed door keeps inquisitive fingers away, as well as dust
We back every sale since 1998 with our 60 days 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.
Don't pay more for less, buy from us for the quality and benefit from our low factory direct prices.

6. 100 2x2 Cardboard Coin Holders Large Dollars. I am talking about the large cardboard coin holder, but they are sold for half dollars, quarters, cents,  nickels and dimes. This one is for 100 2x2 for the low price of $4.71!

Cardboard holders are the most common holders used for coin storage and display
They are made of high quality cardboard and offer great long term protection for your coins
Just fold them over the coin in the window and staple the holder around the outside
Each unit contains economy 100 holders

7. World Encyclopedia of Coins and Coin Collecting - I don't know if every coin collector loves to read like I do, but most probably do! You might end up collecting on particular coin, but all coins have an interesting history to read about. 

A full color global guide to world coinage, from its origins in the 7th century BC to the present day, featuring coins and collectables from up to 200 countries.

8.  Comprehensive Catalog and Encyclopedia of Morgan and Peace Dollars is always a great book to own.That is if you know your coin collector loves Morgan and Peace Dollars. This book is for the serious silver dollar collector!With complete details of the history and specifics of the Morgan and Peace Dollar. This would make a wonderful gift! 

These last two are for the kids or for the kid in us!

9. Coin Collecting for Kids - For only $10.87 this book is a great place to get kids started on coin collecting! Newly updated to include Presidential $1 coins and Westward Journey nickels! A colorful, kid-friendly book to introduce children to a lifelong hobby, Coin Collecting for Kids encourages children to search for, save, and learn all about many different U.S. coins. Take a tour through the mint and save pennies from four different decades while learning about how coins are made. Slots on every page let kids collect birth-year coins, millennium coins, and twentieth-century coins. Lastly, a gatefold spread will accommodate all 50 wildly popular statehood quarters. Organized by release year, each slot lists the state's nickname, motto, flower, and bird.

10. State Quarter Map - For only $13.49! US State Quarter Collection. Collecting quarters is a great way to introduce coin collecting. This quarter map has a unique design with slots for all the U.S. Territories and the District of Columbia, very educational!




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