Friday, July 31, 2015

10th Anniversary (19 days late)

Ten years+!

What I have been busy and forgot. Plus I no longer count my visitors via Sitemeter so I kind lost track.

Tin/Aluminum or Diamond Jewelry Anniversary

Finally traditional anniversary items that are coin related (I'll add pictures later). Tin and aluminum are cheap and has been used in coins for a long time. They do not last as long but can be easily shaped.

Coined For Money Blog

Almost 3 million visitors which is an estimate since Sitemeter, the blog visitor counter, is no longer functioning properly. I still have Google Adsense that track visits but does not display. Not much else different behind the scenes at this blog. I still track everything via spreadsheets. I have been using my phone more often to access the spreadsheets. It keeps me from getting too many repeats.

My finds have lessened from last year. People are buying more and using cash but at least in my change finds it has been mostly new coins. Whatever filter being used to keep "funny money" out of our change it is working.

I started a Facebook page for this blog but am reluctant to share it because I am losing visitors everyday so it may not be a good idea.

It does not seem like ten years but then again when I look back it seemed so simple and quaint. I started as a place to post about low value change finds and a place to ask questions the big time collectors do not. This blog still does that but now it is also a tracker and a trend finder. I see pattern in my finds that I would not notice, also the questions let me see what casual collectors are still confused by.

Looking into the future 

Total integration is still possible but lack of time is my biggest issue. I am working a lot so that is good. Yet I will still accept donations to try and keep this blog relevant and up to date.

I thank you all and keep those questions coming 

7 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

Aussie Kid said...

Happy 10th Anniversary mate!

Im still collecting coins and thanks for inspiring me to comb my change ruthlessly every time i get it :D

Man said...

Thanks for the kind words and keep collecting.

Anonymous said...

1981 $100 bill serial number B28884121A
1995 $10 bill serial number B10762948A
1963 $5 bill with red serial numbers A53229569A
1995 $2 bill serial number F82451636A
Two 1988 $1 bills serial number B32753154F / B71639493B
1862 1$ bill it says in small letters and numbers series 268 and right next to it in regular sized numbers 40617????
Can you PLEASE tell me if any of these are worth more than face value

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950c 10.00 dollar star note,what's the value

Man said...

1981 $100 bill serial number B28884121A just $100.00
1995 $10 bill serial number B10762948A just $10.00
1963 $5 bill with red serial numbers A53229569A about $15.00
1995 $2 bill serial number F82451636A just $2.00
Two 1988 $1 bills serial number B32753154F / B71639493B just $1.00 each
1862 1$ bill it says in small letters and numbers series 268 and right next to it in regular sized numbers 40617????
--If real $1,000.00 but many fakes exist.

Man said...

1950c 10.00 dollar star note

About $50.00 or more depending on condition and serial number.

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