On Monday, a reader asked me what is the best coin websites that I frequently visit. Reading has been my hobbies beside coin collecting and blogging. I always do my reading in the early morning or before I go to sleep at night. Nowadays, online information is more easy to find and many websites are available then few years back. I have many websites that I frequently visit and read including coin blogs. I will share with you my "Top 20 coin websites", according to my preference. The top websites means I visit the site more frequently then the bottom of the list. I also share top coin forum in the list. Most of the time, coin forum are the place for you to asked about your coins questions. Active forum will help you find your answer faster.
Worlds top coin websites:
10. Coin World
11. Coin Update
12. Mint News Blog
Best Coin Forum:
1. Coin Forum
2. Coin Talk
4. Coin Network
5. Coin People
Do you read some of the websites in my list? They're many information give by them about numismatic, rare coins, prices guides, popular coins, gold coins, silver coins, coin collecting and most of them provide an updated coin news daily. I also read many blogs and will try to put a list later but you can find some of them at my Banknote Blogs List.
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