Can uncirculated coins be used as money?

Answer

No, you may not use uncirculated coins as money. However, do take note that while you cannot use them as money, uncirculated coins maintain a certain amount of value.
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1. Visit a reputable coin shop if you are an inexperienced coin collector. Familiarize yourself with the difference in appearance between high-grade, uncirculated coins and lower-grade
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It's a trade-off between durability and transportability. Coins last longer than banknotes, but are heavy in large quantities. This makes coins better for low denominations as not
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Proof coins are seldom offered in rolls for they are available only in proof sets. For example the 2008 proof set has the cent, nickel, dime, 5 state quarters, 1/2 dollar, Sac dollar
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