Welcome! This first module is free to enable you to sample the first of seven modules in the course. The promo video will also give you an overview of what's included in the course. You can reach Module 1 for free two different ways, either by enrolling (above) in The Coin Course or using the link below to watch it on our YouTube channel.
After viewing promo video and Module 1, use this Coupon Code -- SAVE60 -- for a limited time $60 DISCOUNT when you sign up for the full course, all seven modules. (FAQs are below. Link to full course.)
In many ways, determining the value of a coin or a coin collection can be an overwhelming task. Where do you begin? You may want to sell one coin or a collection of coins but how do you know the real value in today's marketplace? Perhaps, you are considering investing in coins and you want to buy them at fair prices and to be sure that they are not counterfeit.
This course will show you how to value US coins in 5 easy-to-follow steps. To be clear, this course does not offer investment advice but rather teaches you how to determine a coin's market value. With the course resources and step-by-step guidance, you will be able to determine the market value of most US coins in less than 15 minutes!
In the course, I share examples of what it costs to not know a coin's value. Not knowing the real value of a coin can be a mistake that costs hundreds of dollars on just one coin.
The 5-Step Process Worksheet is included to guide you for each coin valuation. There is also an Excel spreadsheet template that you can use to see how the price of your coin (or collection) changes with silver and gold prices - that change daily. (It will automatically update when you enter today's price of silver and gold [link is provided]).
The course also compares options for buying or selling coins to help you achieve best prices - whether you are selling or buying.
After you have sampled Module 1, the link below will take you to the page for the complete course, all seven easy-to-follow modules.
Jerry started collecting coins as a young boy when his dad would take him to local banks and businesses to buy rolls of nickels. Over the years, he has also been closely following the silver and gold bullion markets. With his engineering background, he enjoys making complicated topics very understandable with step-by-step procedures.