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tolnomur
Joined: 6-Sep-2017
Posts: 46
Hi friends. I'd like to make an offer to all members to share each other links for local sites with current prices of national coins. I'm sure everybody has well known catalogs like Shoen or Krause, but we know how quickly can change prices on local markets.
I can give links for sites with current prices on Russian coins. Of course not everybody speaks Russian but using built-in translator of Chrome can be acceptable to find required coin in base, and finally mostly all of us use the same digits.
What is your opinion? May be we can make a special topic with such links here?
Best regards
gridironshowcase
Joined: 4-Oct-2017
Posts: 108
​NGC seems to be my favorite for U.S. coins.
https://www.ngccoin.com/price-guide/united-states/
What I collect: US, 3rd Reich Germany, Philippines, Ancients, Vatican City, North Korea.
tolnomur
Joined: 6-Sep-2017
Posts: 46
​You are absolutely right, this source is reliable for me for US coins, may be China investment part is reliable also, but for Russian and German coins this source is not so good. Partially because of rate changes. The main market for Russian coins is in Russia and we work with rouble prices, not USD or EUR.

BTW such link base could be a nice background for coins estimation for swaps. It is easy now to find a current exchange rate.
gridironshowcase
Joined: 4-Oct-2017
Posts: 108
​Thanks. I bounce between NGC's site and the red book for U.S. prices.
What I collect: US, 3rd Reich Germany, Philippines, Ancients, Vatican City, North Korea.
tolnomur
Joined: 6-Sep-2017
Posts: 46
So, this is sites with russian coins price guides
http://www.fcoins.ru/catalog.asp (contains all russian coins from Peter I till now)
https://www.m-dv.ru/ (only impire time period, but with good details)
http://sovmint.ru/category/ceny-na-monety/cenniki/ (Taganka price list in roubles for circulation and commemorative coins from USSR till now) unfortunately in PDF, so not so useful for foreigners as it contains only description of coins without pictures. Always use the last data as it updates on regular base.
Oklahoman
Joined: 20-Dec-2015
Posts: 1198
You use the Redbook for prices?
gridironshowcase
Joined: 4-Oct-2017
Posts: 108
Quote: "Oklahoman"​You use the Redbook for prices?
​To get an idea for my coins, I use it occasionally. Is it not an accurate measure?
What I collect: US, 3rd Reich Germany, Philippines, Ancients, Vatican City, North Korea.
Oklahoman
Joined: 20-Dec-2015
Posts: 1198
Redbook is better for mintages. But the pricing is outdated even prior to publishing. For example. The 2018 version is usually on sale by by middle to end of 2017. And submissions for pricing changes are turned in some months prior to publishing. So for decent pricing you can use a coin weekly or monthly magazine with far more accurate pricing..
ks37217
Joined: 19-Nov-2015
Posts: 20
Quote: "Oklahoman"​Redbook is better for mintages. But the pricing is outdated even prior to publishing. For example. The 2018 version is usually on sale by by middle to end of 2017. And submissions for pricing changes are turned in some months prior to publishing. So for decent pricing you can use a coin weekly or monthly magazine with far more accurate pricing..
​Do you have any you can recommend?
Oklahoman
Joined: 20-Dec-2015
Posts: 1198
Dealers use greysheet. Numismatic News, Coin World come to mind.
pnightingale
Joined: 27-Jul-2011
Posts: 4637
UK coins.

The website is no longer updated but it will always be useful for relative values.
Non illegitimis carborundum est (don't let the bastards wear you down). Excellent advice for all coins.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stalking
CarlosRv
Joined: 22-Nov-2017
Posts: 6
To see the current price of my local currency, I use a forex contract size calculator to calculate the price
Generally the pound sterling fluctuates a lot each day and its value constantly changes
You can invest in currency
https://alpari.com/en/investor/
MonaSeaclaid
Joined: 21-Jan-2016
Posts: 669
http://www.coinsandcanada.com/ is a great jumping point for Canadian coinage. It also features guides for grading, complete with photos.

http://www.coinsandcanada.com/coins-prices.php There's the price guide specifically.

It also covers pre-confederation coins, tokens and provincial coinage.
I wrote something clever here.
Ollisaarinen
Joined: 10-Aug-2010
Posts: 249
Very good information. Would it be a good idea to collect all these price guides and grading guides to our Numisdoc section?
tolnomur
Joined: 6-Sep-2017
Posts: 46
Well, here are some addition from my bookmarks list (if somebody has more interesting sites please share with us)
http://www.lefranc.net/ (french coins price guide) rather reliable to my mind
https://www.ua-coins.info/ (coins of Ukrain) on russian but seems to be translateable by built in translator
https://cenum.pl/katalog/ (best known for me source for polish coins pricing) on polish of cause, translateable
http://belnumizmat.com/?page_id=1879 (coins from Belarus) on Russian, translateable
https://www.allcoinvalues.com/index.html (a good site for pricing australian and New Zealand pre decimal coins as well as australian banknotes and british and american coins) I use it only for Australia and New Zealand coins pricing may be it is reliable for notes and other countries as well but I didn't check it.

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