I would recommend going to a local and reputable coin dealer in your area, if you have one. If not try looking for one by utilizing a popular online search engine. Also attend a coin trade show in your area. Occasionally they will be announced in the local paper, or a coin shoppe can let you know when the next scheduled one will be. Hope this helps you out a little and good luck.
For me. i buy pre 64 coins on ebay .there are a lot of good deals out there but you have to watch out too. because there is no guarantee that prices will continue to rise. what i like to do is buy silver coins that have a numismatic value built into the price as a hedge against a price decline in the price of silver of course large price swings in silver can eat up that hedge. an example of what i mean when silver was 38 dollars an ounce a while back i bought a PCGS ms69 silver eagle for 42 dollars
about the same price as an unslabbed one,but mine held its value when silver slipped to 33 dollars an ounce and an unslabbed silver eagle had dropped in price and could be bought for about 38 dollars
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