Do you think coin collecting will be less popular in the future?
No, I think the US Mint does a great job with coming out with new series that are very collectible. The 50 State quarters collection issued over 10 years was highly successful in creating a new generation of collectors pass on from grandparents to their grandchildren.
I have to disagree with howardyoung. I think everything that is collectible will be gone as our new generation does not care about those relics that older generations once cherished. If its not digital, new and shiny, or serve a purpose to make my life lazier then why have it?
I gave my nephew my ancient Dan Marino and Steve Young rookie cards that were given to me by by oldest brother.
My nephew sold those cards to buy an iTouch
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