While many coins over the years have been made using copper or zinc, older coins relied on real gold up until the year 1933. If you have a collection of older coins, you may not realize that you actually have some gold pieces among your collection, along with newer pieces that could have slipped through the cracks. Learn about some of the official United States gold coins and how to sell gold coins to make a big profit.
- Collecting broken jewelry can be a profitable career move if you know how to manage this hobby correctly. When you collect gold and other broken jewelry pieces, you collect an asset that can grow in value — precious metals vary in price due to constant supply and demand changes — as well as obtaining several bonus jewelry items, such as loose gem stones and pearls. Still, your collection doesn't hold much value to you if you don't eventually liquidate your collection into cash.
- Are you going stir crazy by having to stay home during this worldwide health crisis? At the same time, maybe you are counting your blessings that you can be creative with how you spend your days. Perhaps you have been working on arranging your spring and summer wardrobe. As you do that, have you decided that you need to add to your jewelry collection in order to give more pizazz to your wardrobe?