Starting a collection is never easy when you find yourself facing the multitude of parts of collection currency. Thus, our answers to your questions will be able to guide you and inform you in order to start a potential collection.
By what type of money can we start a collection?
When we do not have a too high budget and we want to start a collection of coins, the ideal is to start with modern currencies: especially parts of two euros, and mainly parts of two euros colored . We can easily find parts of two euros colored or not colored, for a unit price around ten euros, in our section: coins Euros.
What are the most popular products in this category: coins parts Euros ?
The most popular two euros, in this category, and the most sought after mainly concern the great characters and events in our history of France, but also in our story ofEurope and World. The themes found on these coins are rich and varied: the Marianne, François Mitterand, General de Gaulle, Europe, and the national particularities of each country, such as Ireland or L'Spain.
What do you advise you in a second time?
After the coins of two euros, it is possible to continue your collection with the other facial values in the Euros area: 10 euros, 20 euros, 50 euros, 100 euros, EU, 500 euros, and in particular for France, the products of money of Paris, with various themes. Indeed, of Marie Curie to General de Gaulle, passing through the fall of the Berlin wall, or Asterix, the pieces issued by the currency of Paris bring together a wide range of themes concerning our history of France.
In which metal do you recommend buying these parts?
It is difficult to advise a precious metal in particular to buy for your parts of collectible coins. Obviously, the gold metal of a purity equivalent to 999 ‰ remains the metal most appreciated by our collectors investors who wish to diversify their heritage assets. The historical value of the room, as well as the scarcity of the emission draw combines with metal value and make it the perfectly room coin for your future and your grandchildren.
What about other metals?
Obviously, silver metal has the same intrinsic characteristics from a heritage investment point of view as gold metal, and allows individuals who have a more limited budget, to be able to offer the same advantages. In addition, we must not forget the metals, such as bronze, or other various alloys which certainly, are less precious than gold and silver. However, the typical quality of these coins, as well as their limited draw, allow them to have significant assets. Personally I prefer old currencies, what do you think? Everything we mentioned above is also valid for old currencies. Obviously, we are no longer faced with a recent product, shiny, and often sealed. But we are dealing with a collector's coin, which has lived over time, and whose history can realize via the traces of handling and present uses.
Personally I prefer old currencies, what do you think?
Everything we mentioned above is also valid for old currencies. Obviously, we are no longer faced with a recent product, shiny, and often sealed. But we are dealing with a collector's coin, which has lived over time, and whose history can realize via the traces of handling and present uses.
During what period can we start this collection of old currencies?
We must first of all choose a historical period, while having in mind that ancient currencies have been struck from the Romanesque Empire (and even in older times), until the end of the Second World War, that We can consider as the beginning of the modern era. Regarding the pieces of old French currencies, historical periods are recommended to start your collection, because they are very rich: pieces of the two world wars, Napoleon 1st, Henri IV, Charlemagne and many other major characters and events in the history of France.
Being me - the same collector of coins from the time of the first empire, I can only advise you to collect the pieces bearing the effigy of the Emperor: Napoleon 1er.