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Numista

Numista is an online participative catalogue of world coins, which enable you to manage your own collection and swap with numismatists from all over the world.

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    2023-02-20

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Numista: Interviewing The Founder of Numista, The Leading World Coin Catalog - Xavier Rogé

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  • Do these coins have any added value
    Use this website from now on to do your research, this will always give you information you need. The best way to tell if your Commemorative coin is valuable is by looking at the mintage, if it is about 1 million or below then alot of the time you have something worth more than Face Value. If it is any more, most likely it isn't worth anything more than what it says on the coin. Source: 6 months ago
  • Any apps to track gold / silver portfolio??
    Https://en.numista.com/ is the best tool for this, very under rated and a lot of people don't use it. You can even find most bars saved in the system. IF the system does not have something you want to add you can make a new profile for it that is public. The system works similar to wikipedia accept with coins, banknotes, and bars. Numista will also help keep track of premiums of different types of bullion... Hope... Source: 6 months ago
  • Question on KM#
    I've been cataloging my foreign coins, and I like to put the KM# on the 2x2s I put them in. I've been using en.numista.com, and I see that most Chinese coins only list a Y#. And there are some that have nothing other than an N#. I'm not sure if the site just isn't listing them or what.....does anyone know, do most Chinese coins also have a KM#? And why do some coins only have an N# - I thought maybe it was... Source: 6 months ago
  • Going to get these coins and a bunch more really soon, I just want some info on these and potential value (sry for bad quality, i didnt take the photos)
    En.numista.com - search for coins value. Source: 11 months ago
  • 1998 5oz BU Cabeza Olmeca. One of the toughest coins in the entire Pre-columbian series. Only 1 straight grade coin in @ngccoins competitive sets and MS67 Top Pop. The mintage is supposedly 2150 but good luck finding one
    Https://en.numista.com/ start here. You can search just by date and country. As you become more familiar you can try other search parameters. This will just tell you more information about the specific coin or medal. Source: 12 months ago
  • This is my biggest Coin.
    Very nice. Do you use a website like https://en.numista.com/ to keep track of your collection? Source: 12 months ago
  • Help! My grandmother left me this collection and I need to know value! I know nothing about coins…
    Most of the coins are heavily circulated and would grade in the VG range. So check the values of those coins in VG on the NGC website : https://www.ngccoin.com/price-guide/united-states/ and the Numista website : https://en.numista.com/ to get an idea on value. If you have any questions on specific coins that you are looking at , let me know and I will help. The Nista website will also give you other useful... Source: 12 months ago
  • Which of these coins are worth selling?
    Numista is an excellent resource for any and all info about coins. I recommend starting there and entering as much info as you can for a particular coin. I’ve used the site for a few of mine and so far have learned a lot. Source: 12 months ago
  • Help me identity any or all of these random coins please
    If you want specific information, just head over to https://en.numista.com/ and search using the words you find on coin, it'll give you all the information you need (I'd recommend against using the pricing from there though; use PCGS or the Red Book or something if you want that). Source: 12 months ago
  • Where am I from?
    You can check value on the Numista website : https://en.numista.com/ and NGC website: https://www.ngccoin.com/price-guide/world/. Source: 12 months ago
  • Inherited collection
    Https://en.numista.com/ is good for looking up the international stuff. Looks like there's a bit of British bronze too so https://headsntails14.wordpress.com/ and https://www.commonwealthcoins.net/book/british-fractional-bronze are good for picking the rare penny/halfpenny/farthing varieties. Source: 12 months ago
  • Is this coin rare?
    Https://en.numista.com look it up what do you think? Source: 12 months ago
  • Newbie
    Numista has a pretty good price guide for lots of coins. The site is also really useful for identification and finding specific examples, as it's got a huge database. Source: 12 months ago
  • Anyone know any good world coin bibles?
    Numista is a great online resource for world coinage. I personally use Creounity to help date more esoteric coins too. Best of luck to you. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Coins with animals on them
    Check out numista you can filter by animal and then enjoy the rabbit hole , congrats on becoming a coin collector! Source: about 1 year ago
  • Does anybody have any info about these bills? Found them in a box while cleaning out my barn. Thanks.
    Awesome MPC's. You can check them out on the Numista website : https://en.numista.com/. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Congrats to everyone who joined this sub! We are now at 100 members
    If it looks off or funny, just compare it to one that's been certified. You can use various references such as https://en.numista.com/, https://www.usacoinbook.com/, https://www.pcgs.com/coinfacts. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Starting a collection with my 10 y/o brother
    There are lots of books and websites devoted to the hobby, I find https://en.numista.com/ to be very useful. I'm sure other people will share other useful sites. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Went through old coins
    If you haven't already, make an account on https://en.numista.com/. Catalog your coins there, and it will give you rough estimates on their value. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Inherited currency
    Check out https://en.numista.com/ to research what else you have. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Ways to Exchange
    A 3rd party, or website, helps. Try registering on Numista & then enter each note you wish to swap (+ condition) on their site. Let people know what you wish to trade (what you're looking for & from which country you live). Be patient as it takes time. Good luck! Source: about 1 year ago

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