Weyers Cave coin show December 3-5 2021

Weyers Cave Coin Show December 3-5, 2021 is on ! The Weyers Cave coin show is managed by the Shenandoah Valley Coin Club Show. The Weyers Cave show is considered a Coin and Stamp show. The coin show is sponsored by the Weyers Cave Lions Club. The Weyers Cave coin show Bourse Chairman informed us […]

Additional major errors from India

Wide variety of error coins have been purchased I have a little time to offer a few attributions from a lot of three major errors that I purchased from a source in India. Major mint error – Multi-struck 10 Rupees from India Dramatic Multi-struck mint error 10 Rupees from India This coin I purchased since […]

Error & Variety Collectors – Join CONECA

CONECA is a society for error and variety coin collectors   CONECA  – Combined Organizations of Numismatic Error Collectors of America (CONECA) is a great organization to offer education about coins, error coins and die varieties. CONECA (pronounced: CŌ´NECA) is a national numismatic organization devoted to the education of error and variety coin collectors. CONECA focuses […]

Major Error Coins from India

I have a source in India that has delivered the first part of a large order of major error coins. I opened the package and I was pleasantly surprised at the quality and size of these coins. Before I ordered these, I took a quick look at the https://numista.org website to see what the overall […]

The Mission of MintErrors.org

Providing the Coin Collecting Community quality merchandise and educational posts. While COVID-19 has had its affect on many people, it has given me the time to assess the direction in which my U.S. Veteran owned, home business was headed. My mind is often assessing the trends and when I find the right opportunity within the […]

UK minted Wrong Planchet Error Coins

Unique chance to purchase and attribute some off-metal or struck on wrong planchet errors ! I had a great source that was willing to work with me on purchasing about a half dozen off metal or struck on wrong planchet errors that originated from the United Kingdom. These error coins were quite affordable and appear […]

Educational Series: What is a Doubled Die?

A Doubled Die is a term in coin collecting used to refer to doubling in the design elements of a coin. Doubled dies can appear as an outline of the design or in extreme cases, having design elements and dates appear twice in an overlapping fashion. Doubled dies can be seen on the Obverse or Reverse of the […]

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