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Welcome to C&D Coins. We are a locally owned and operated Coin Shop that works very hard to serve our customers. We offer a large selection of U.S. and World coins and currency, gold, silver, and other precious metal products. We are very strong buyers of coins, currency, and precious metals. Drop by if you have a coin collection that you want to sell. We will be glad to give you a fair offer on the collection or give you some valuable advice about selling your collection. We have decades of experience and look forward to meeting you!
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Counterfeit 1984 Engelhard Prospector Identification Guidance

By Doug West
C&D Coins, Raymore, MO

The Engelhard Prospector series of bullion coins ran from 1982 to 1987 and is highly collectable. Silver rounds in this short series are sought after and they normally sell for $5.00 to $10.00 over their bullion value. As a result of the demand for the rounds and the premium price a counterfeit 1984 Engelhard Prospector has surfaced in the collector marketplace. The counterfeit 1984 Engelhard Prospector one ounce silver coins are available online, eBay for example, and in the general collectors marketplace (coin shows, coin shops, flea markets,…). This article gives some basic information that will help you avoid getting ripped off with fake 1984 Prospectors. (Read More)

 

Engelhard Silver Prospector Collector’s Guide

By Doug West
C&D Coins, Raymore, MO

The Engelhard Prospector silver rounds issued from 1982 to 1987 are highly collectable and typically command a premium above their melt value. Unfortunately, there isn’t a great deal of information available on the Engelhard silver products. This article provides basic information on the Prospector series to help the collector make better decisions on building their collection.

1982 to 1984

In 1982 Engelhard introduced the first in a series of one troy ounce silver rounds featuring a prospector on the obverse. All of the Engelhard Prospectors have an image of a prospector panning for gold along with the text “U.S.A.” and the date. From 1982 through 1984 the reverse of the round had a large “E” inside a globe and the text “ENGELHARD/ ONE TROY OUNCE/ 999+ FINE SILVER”. (Read More)

Rhodium Bullion – The Basics

Rhodium is a very rare metal. By rare, I mean it four times rarer than gold. In this article I want to go over some of the basics of rhodium bullion, including, uses of the metal, price history, and how this metal is traded. (Read More)

 

Tips for Attending Your First Coin Show

Whether you are new to coin collecting, or you are simply a place where you have been doing all of your coin dealing at a local shop or online, you might be quite excited to hear about a coin show in your area. (Read More)