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2. Further to the 'stored value' Result mentioned here, there is the scope for wealth growth with time. In a similar manner to other hard assets, for instance: Zippo Lighters; native art works; autographs; comic books; sports cards; postage stamps; glass and pottery, and other collectibles, the convertable worth of rare coins appreciates with time.
3. Investment quality coins are an easy to covert asset. There is a vibrant market for trading coins. This means two things. Collectible US coins are simple to buy and conversely easy to sell. This is achieved through convential coin dealers or in a more self directed manner using online platforms, for instance eBay.
4. Coins are ideal for smaller investors or hobby collectors. Why? A collector or investor can buy coin pieces in small increments when cash are available.
5. Other advantages include the satisfaction a investor experiences with ownership of rare or collectible, like other works of art. Rare coins are also a very private form of investment, and not subject to government scrutiny more common with other types of investment assets.
6. Collectible coins can be stored easily and with appropriate storage, do not erode. These kind of assets are insurable. Collectible coins represent truly portable wealth transportable in an efficient manner.
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1979 John Paul Jones 15c Sc 1789 FDIC on Two Dollar Bill On Presentation Card,