Table of contents for Coin collecting for dummies, second edition / Neil Berman.


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Introduction.
PART I: Numismatics: Easier Done Than Said.
Chapter 1: Understanding (and Pronouncing) Numismatics.
Chapter 2: Arming Yourself with Knowledge.
Chapter 3: Storing Your Collection Correctly.
PART II: Buying Coins the Safe Way.
Chapter 4: Foiling the Fakes.
Chapter 5: Weaving Your Way through Price Guides.
Chapter 6: Verifying … and Verifying Again.
Chapter 7: Wheeling and Dealers.
Chapter 8: Going Once, Going Twice: Buying at Auction.
Chapter 9: Affecting Value through the Condition of Your Coins.
Chapter 10: Grading Coins: Your Best Defense.
PART III: Choosing Coins for your Collection.
Chapter 11: Showing Their Age: Ancient Coins.
Chapter 12: Making a Safe Bet with U.S. Coins.
Chapter 13: Globetrotting with World Coins.
Chapter 14: Exploring the Wild Side with Rare, Expensive, and Esoteric Coins.
PART IV: Focusing on U.S. Coins.
Chapter 15: Colonial Coins: America's Ancients.
Chapter 16: Copper and Nickel Coins: Made for the Masses.
Chapter 17: Silver Coins: Keeping Commerce Alive.
Chapter 18: Gold Coins: Concentrated Wealth.
Chapter 19: Commemoratives: Raising Money with Money.
Chapter 20: Advancing to Oddball Coins.
PART V: Selling (Sob!) your Numismatic Treasures.
Chapter 21: Selling Your Coins Yourself.
Chapter 22: Selling on Consignment.
Chapter 23: Auctioning Off Your Coins.
PART VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 24: The Ten Most Valuable U.S. Coins.
Chapter 25: Ten Favorite U.S. Coin Designs.
Chapter 26: Ten Great Numismatic Web Sites.
Appendix: Coining a Phrase.
Index.
Book Registration Information.


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