Computer applications that aid numismatists in their coin grading, numismatic inventory, and organizing coins.
Coin collecting software helps any numismatist achieve his or her ideal coin collection without the fuss of making burdensome inventories that consumes time and effort. Coin collection software perform the productive tasks from filing to identifying coin varieties.
Coin softwares have a user-friendly interface that contains a complete database of coin listings from the US, Canada, Australia, Germany, Great Britain, and other countries.
It is easier to identify unknown coinages since all numismatic softwares are virtual coin encyclopedias replete with high resolution images and detailed descriptions about a coin.
These virtual coin library and index contain high resolution obverse and reverse images of various coins.
Using a coin software saves time and effort as one no longer pour over piles of coin collecting catalogs.
When the coin collection software is uploaded into the desktop computer, the user has an option to connect to the internet to receive up-to-date variety and minting information.
Budding coin collectors can easily jumpstart their coin selections with just a click of the order button and the coin software automatically shows a list of the coins for sale in the internet.
The web connectivity makes it easier for professional numismatists to obtain the latest values of non-certified coins and coins from the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS).
By scanning the bar code of a PCGS slabbed coin with a special bar code scanner, or by entering the certification number, the coin software will automatically link to the PCGS database to show the coin variety, grade, serial number and the present coin value.
A bullion coin investor will also find a coin collecting software efficient in keeping track of the latest market price of his or her numismatic assets. The convenient pre-programmed update feature also receives the daily bullion spot price.
For a more efficient coin collection catalog, coin softwares have a feature that allows users to upload a photo of his or her coin.
The computer automatically files the data for easier retrieval in the future.
Advanced coin collecting softwares offer a fully-automated backup feature that keeps the stored information safe incase of computer system failure. The data are password-protected for the privacy and security of the coin owner from hackers.
Further more, numismatic software are loaded with printer-ready templates for coin data labels and inventory reports.
There are numerous coin softwares available in the market. One type of coin collection software might highlight a feature custom-made for a specific type of coin collector.
The free coin collecting software downloadable over the internet serves as a trial version for coin collectors.
A coin software or coin organizer makes a wonderful addition to a numismatist’s coin collecting supply. They also make great coin collecting gifts for any numismatic enthusiast.
I am passionate about the historical, cultural, and artistic aspects of currency. I collect coins and banknotes from various countries and time periods, focusing on specific themes, time periods, or regions that I find interesting. I also love to study the historical context of the currency that influenced coinage and currency issuance.