PO BOX 3626 Regina, SK S4P 3L7 Canada
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Website: georgemanzcoins.com Twitter: @georgemanzcoins
I am currently the President of the Regina Coin Club (from 2004 to present) and hold memberships among many coin clubs and assocations around the world. On August 16, 2014 I was awarded a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association (F.R.C.N.A.) at the RCNA national convention in Toronto. I was also voted the Calgary Numismatic Society's Harry Wright Most Congenial Dealer Award in both March 2008 and March 2016. My article, The Fenian Raids, was published in Coin News, the largest numismatic magazine in the United Kingdom. It was then reprinted in Medal Yearbook 2019 Deluxe Edition. I was a contributor to the Charlton Standard Catalogue Canadian Colonial Tokens 8th Edition. I was a contributor to the Charlton Standard Catalogue Canadian Coins 61st Edition. I am currently on the pricing committee for the Charlton Standard Catalogue Canadian Coins. I have also presented classes on coins and paper money for both the University of Regina Centre for Continuing Education and the Regina Public Library Main Branch.
My coin collecting philosophy is to collect only coins that you will be happy with. (Stay away from coins that are only graded Good as well as problem coins - those that are bent, have scratches or rim dents). After careful selection, I hand pick only high quality, accurately graded coins with great eye appeal for my collection. I've passed up purchasing thousands of coins because the quality wasn't good enough, or they had problems. I suggest you do the same.
Most of my coins for sale are selling at below market value. For Canadian coins, prices are based on the most recent issue of Canadian Coin News Trends. Foreign coin prices are based on the latest Standard Catalog of World Coins by Krause and Mishler. Canadian paper money prices are based on the latest issue of the Charleton Government Paper Money Catalog. World paper money prices are based on the latest issues of the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, as well as Pick's Specialized Issues catalog.
I started collecting coins in 1960. As a boy, my father gave me some of his extra Canadian small cents and nickels. Of course, he didn't give me any of the key date coins, such as the 1926 Far 6 nickel or the 1921 silver 5 cents.
Now that I'm a lot older, I've got so many coins I want to sell some of them. I've got thousands of coins from all over the world. It doesn't matter what you collect, I've probably got coins that you will want for your collection.
My web site is constantly changing, so log-on regularly to see what I've added.