If you are interested in starting a coin business or collecting coins, this is the idea presentation. The visual arts in this presentation represent the type of metal used in the coins collections, for example, the Gold, Silver and Platinum. Also, I have include several types of United States coins in my visual arts to demonstrated the type of coins purchased. However, it is not recommended to use foreign coins in this presentation because I have not provided any resources for collecting coins in different countries. In contrast, the different color writing in each slide helps keep the attention of the audiences.
The purpose for the Introduction is to provide you with the process of the coins, its availability and encouraging customer materials. Besides, it allows you to preview with resources the presentation will cover. However, the visual arts on this slide represent what the presentation is all about. In addition, the title of each slide begins with red, white and blue and the title continues red, white and blue to allow the audience to remember the slide numbers.
The visual arts in this presentation represent the type of metals the coins are made from. In addition, the visual arts also represent how each of the coins are placed in a protective plastic capsule, and inspected.
In this slide, the slide is from a case study done by Headley, S. , 2009 from about.com website. It provides statistics on how well the coins sold in 2009.
The visual aids represent the Lincoln’s silver dollar coin to provide customers with a visual of the coin. In addition, other information is provided for new coin collection to learn where to purchase other materials along with the coins for encouraging customers to purchase from them.
The purpose of the visual aid is to allow collectors that this slide is about coin career and business.
The visual art represent books and tips on coin resources.
The visual aid allows the audience to know the presentation is over. In addition, it provides you some ideas where to find materials on coins collection and other related coins resources.
By Darlena Pagan
Introduction: It is believed that you should know a few things about the process of coins before becoming a market marker, such as, the process of The American Eagle Proof and Uncirculated Coins. Knowing how the coins are process will provide you on the quality and values of the products. In addition, it is recommended to find a case study on the coin market. A case study on coins will provide you with information on market, such as, how well the coins are selling, economic crisis, and other related information on coin collections and investments, such as, A Coin Market Case Study - The Lincoln Commemorative, I had read on the about.com website. Next, it is recommended that you visit the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum Store to gather other ideas on marketing you coins, such as, selling another product with the coins to motivated customers to purchase from you.
Coins Are Process For Keeping its value There three types of coins, for example, Gold, Silver and Platinum The banish bullion coins are process The coins are press fitted with special dies The Coins are strike multiple time to a softly frosted After the process coins are in Mint Condition The coins are inspected by glove wearing inspectors The coins are placed in protective plastic capsule The coins are mounted in satin-lined velvet presentation case Each of the coins has its own official certificate of authenticity
2009 Case Studies Recession caused broking promise to coin collectors Coin sold: 116,558 Uncirculated total : 61,164 Coin sales: 177,772 proof and uncirculated coins: 500,000 Unsold coins: 227,722
Online Store•The Lincoln Commemorative Silver Dollar• Find a wide range of compelling and one-of-a-kind merchandise, suchas, replicas of Lincoln artifact collection, books, media, gift, homedécor, apparel, toys games, stationery, jewelry, and many more
Market Markers sell coins for profit Collect coins Offer materials to read about the coin like the Lincoln Commemorative Silver Dollar
The U.S. Coin Digest The Official Redbook U.S. Coin Digest A Guide Book of United States Coins The Official American Numismatic Association for grading standards of the United States Coins (ehow, 2012) Coin Stock Quote & Summary Data (NASDAQ, 2012).
Read as much as material about the business Purchase books, magazines, study case studies, coins television shows, research the Internet for coin collections Visit the U.S. Mint website Research the economy conditions Motivate customers Add Additional materials with coins to encourage sells
Abraham Lincoln. (n.d.). Presidential Library & Museum, Museum Store, Retrieved from Abraham Lincoln, Presidential Library & Museum Abraham Lincoln. (n.d.). Presidential Library & Museum, Museum Store, Retrieved on May 05, 2012 from http://www.alplm.org/store/home.html Emma, L. (2012). How to Start a Coin Business, Retrieved from eHow Emma, L. (2012). How to Start a Coin Business, Retrieved on May 09, 2012 from http://www.ehow.com/how_4937665_start-coin-business.html Headley, S. (2009). A Coin Market Case Study - The Lincoln Commemorative, Retrieved from About.com Headley, S. (2009). A Coin Market Case Study - The Lincoln Commemorative, Retrieved on April 04, 2012 from http://coins.about.com/b/2009/02/18/a-coin-market-case-study-the-lincoln- commemorative.htm
NASDAQ. (2012). COIN: Stock Quote & Summary Data, Retrieved from NASDAQ NASDAQ .(2012). COIN: Stock Quote & Summary Data, Retrieved on May 09, 2012 from http://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/coin United States Mint. (n.d.). Coins & Medals, Retrieved from United States Mint United States Mint. (n.d.). Coins & Medals, Retrieved on April 04, 2012 from http://www.usmint.gov/mint_programs/?action=american_eagles Words of Wisdom, LLC. (n.d.). Introduction to Communication, Outlining (Chapter 14, pages 196- 197), Career Education Corporation, Schaumburg, IL, Retrieved from American InterContinental University’s Bookshelf