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    Start Your Collection With A Year Of The Dragon Silver Coin Start Your Collection With A Year Of The Dragon Silver Coin Presentation Transcript

    • Start Your Collection With A Year Of The Dragon Silver Coin
    • One of the most popular hobbies worldwide is coin collecting. People begin their collections for a variety of reasons: to invest for the future, as a hobby for their own entertainment, or simply as a gift to celebrate a special date or occasion. The Year of The Dragon silver coin is a beautiful collectible piece for anyone celebrating a birthday or anniversary in that particular year.
    • Most major mints produce commemorative silver coins to celebrate an important date, a historical or artistic achievement, or a figure of cultural importance. The lunar New Year celebrated in Chinese culture is often honored all over the world with the minting of special coins highlighting the zodiac creature for that year. These pieces are typically limited edition and very collectible.
    • The dragon, a mythical, magical creature legendary in Chinese culture for its beauty, wisdom and strength, is the most popular of all the zodiac creatures. Those born in the year under this sign are believed to share these admirable qualities with the beast. Since the dragon also represents prosperity, a coin minted with its image would make a highly appropriate and cherished gift.
    • There are many variables to think about when beginning a collection, whether it is for an individual or as a gift. It is important to evaluate these factors prior to making a purchase as they will likely indicate the type of piece purchased. This could well dictate the eventual direction the collection will take.
    • Consider the purpose of the collection. Perhaps it is intended as an investment for the future, with the hope that it will increase in value. Maybe it's meant to be saved and cashed in for a future purchase, education savings or an inheritance. If monetary value is the primary consideration, an expert should be consulted who understands the finer points of minting quality and date, rarity of production and wear over time. These factors can significantly affect the value of a given piece and the collection as a whole.
    • Often collectors value their collections not for monetary value but for historical relevance. These pieces are purchased as a reminder and reflection of the culture of a particular part of the world and are kept as an heirloom for generations to come. In this type of collection, pieces may be collected with a focus on completing a grouping of similar years or a commemoration of a singular historical event or cultural figure.
    • In other instances, collecting is nothing more or less than an enjoyable hobby. This type of hobby is usually started with a single item, often a gift, and developed over many years into an ongoing interest. This kind of collector may lean toward purchases based more on visual appeal than anything else. As such, they will often have a wider variety of pieces in their collection and items with a lower monetary value.
    • Regardless of the intended purpose of the collection, it takes only one coin to begin a collection. That coin, particularly if it is a gift, should be a special one. The Year of the Dragon silver coin, a unique example of a specialty collector's piece, is just such a gift.
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