Best Coin Collecting Apps

How many ways have you used a coin? Coin collecting is one of many ways. Brides put a penny with their birth year in a shoes for prosperity. Home builders use to place a coin in the corner stone. Use it as a tool to open battery housing. Scratch lottery cards with the a lucky coin. In the movie Ghost, a penny was levitated by the ghost, Sam, Patrick Swayze and put into Molly's, Demi Moore, hand. And everyone has made a decision with a flip of a coin.

Coins are accessible and can hold a lot of emotion. Save the coin that great grandfather has handed down. Keep that luck penny!



These apps will help you find the worth of the coins if it is important to you. If the app doesn’t give you the information you need it will lead you to a website that will give you more resources. Good luck whether it is emotional or financial.

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PCGS Photograde
By PCGS
4.5 STARS out of 5


By far the easiest app to use for coin collecting. Pictures from the set of the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). Clear photographs of the front and back of the coins. I never knew there were so many grades of each COPPER COINS, NICKEL COINS, SILVER and GOLD COINS.

I like the way the photos show the coin with the wear and grading symbol then click the gear and you get a link to what the symbol means. At the gear there are 3 links to further your knowledge of coin collecting. Easy for the beginner and get more information for the advanced collector.

Free Version: -   iPhone  |  iPod  |  iPad

FREE Version: - Android

FREE Version: - iPad


PCGS Photograde of Chinese coins

FREE Version: -   iPhone  |  iPod  |  iPad

FREE Version: - Android



A Beginner’s Guide to Coin Collecting
By Luc Schmitt
No Rating
iTunes
4 STARS out of 5 Android

For the true beginner. You might think you can google for the answers you need but if you don’t know the questions to ask, you’ll never know. Here all some of questions you might have.

* Where to find coins – some places are better than others

* What you should look for in a coin – shiny isn’t always better

* What are mints and mint marks – master this before you get started

* What affects the value of a coin – is it all about age?

* Getting started - learn how to begin without a lot of hassles

* Grading your coins – learn how or

* Should you use a grading service – what is your preference?

* When should you sell – timing is everything

* About commemorative and other special coins – these are specialty coins

* Detecting counterfeit coins – don’t get taken in

* How to care for your coins – a glass jar just doesn’t get it

Get the answers you need with this app and Go On the Coin Hunt

PAID Version: -   iPhone  |  iPod  |  iPad

FREE Version: - Android



CoinBook Pro: A Catalog of U.S. Coins - an app about money, dollar, cash and coin

By Adam Meszaros

4.5 STARS out of 5


CoinBook Pro is a catalog of United States coins. It contains prices for most U.S. coins and doesn't need a WiFi or 3G connection. The app is easy to navigate and even provides a guide for grading each coin. Hi-res obverse & reverse images are also included.

I haven’t tried this but this sounds like a great service. If you have a problem grading your coin they have an in-app mail system, so you send a picture and they appraise and identify for FREE. Limited to U.S. coins only.

If you are a real collector and have gold and silver coins and want to know the current melt value. This app has a calculator you can use. Sounds awesome to me but I don’t have coins to melt!

PAID Version: -   iPhone  |  iPod  |  iPad




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