Thursday, February 26, 2009

Spotlight Section: Hand Painted Coins is home to some of the most highly sought after cufflinks. No matter what your niche is we have a selection you would have a tough time choosing amongst.

Sometimes its your job, sometimes is your hobby and other times its just a passion that peaks your interest. We have the section for you

Pursuits and Passions is full of cufflinks for everyone.

Now, cufflinks collectors have to share the stage with those other fanatics out there.

Coin Cuffinks

There are many good reasons why you might want to collect coins. Each coin tells a different story a piece of history we didn't know.

According to the US Mint "Coin collecting, one of the oldest hobbies, was once practiced only by kings and the wealthy. That's why coin collecting often is called the "king of hobbies" and the "hobby of kings."

Coin collecting became increasingly popular in America during the 1930s when United States commemorative coins became widely available. Today, there are millions of coin collectors in the United States alone. The thriving coin-collecting community, which includes clubs throughout the United States provides numerous opportunities for collectors to meet and trade.

Now you can collect coins in style. Hand painted coins come from a variety of different countries including Canada, Switzerland and even as far away as Australia.

Our Token and Coin section also has a selection of authentic tokens from subway systems across America. From cities like New York, Chicago and LA you can keep a piece of history on your cuff.

This pair of CTA Tokens were used from 1922 to 1999, Chicago’s tokens were distinguished by three symmetrical cuts in the token’s minting. Creatively packaged in a subway map covered gift box with authenticity card. Also available in a sterling silver setting.

Stop by and check out what stories you learn in the coins.

To shop Tokens and Coin Cufflinks click here.

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