Nashua Coins

The Henning Nickel

The beginning In 1954, collectors in the New Jersey/ New York area began reporting 1944 nickels turning up in circulation. They were missing the “P” mint mark on the back and did not get made from the wartime 35% silver composition.  Referred to as the “Henning” nickel, these counterfeits arrived through Francis Leroy Henning of […]

2009 Lincoln Cent Designs and Penny News: 2009 Lincoln Pennies and Bicentennial Coins

In 2009, the United States Mint struck four different pennies and two silver dollars in celebration of the life and legacy of one of America’s greatest leaders, Abraham Lincoln. 2009 Lincoln pennies commemorate the bicentennial birth of President Lincoln and the 100th anniversary of the Lincoln cent. While the obverse or heads side of these […]

Our Coin Store’s Experience at the Chocolate Stroll

2018 Nashua Chocolate Stroll: One for the Books! While February is often cold and harsh to deal with for New Englanders, it brings one thing to downtown Nashua we are all happy to celebrate: Nashua Chocolate Stroll. For those not in the know, it’s an event where shoppers can indulge in complimentary chocolate treats from […]

The Champagne Brothers’ Vintage Violin

Quite some time ago we purchased a vintage, handmade violin made by the Champagne brothers of Worcester, Mass in the early 1940’s. The Champagne brothers were twins who built violins by hand. Laurie went online trying to research the family and located a grandson in Chelmsford. It turns out he had been searching for one […]

Hobo Nickels

What is a Hobo Nickel? For those of you uninitiated, the hobo nickel became popular during The Depression when homeless people or “Hobo’s” would carve the Indian face on the nickel and create many different faces on American coins by hand.  Often, they traded their artworks for a meal or other necessaries in their travels. These nickels […]

You Can Now Get Antiques For The Holidays

While it isn’t even December yet, plenty of people like to plan and buy items for the holiday season. Whether it’s splurging on themselves or something for loved ones, plenty of shoppers can find something to enjoy at our coin store that doubles as an antique haven! We’re not the only people who appreciate our […]

Why This Coin Store Supports The Performing Arts Center

If you’ve shopped at Nashua Coins & Collectibles before, you can plainly see and understand what we do. Coins and antiques are our passion. We love sharing them with our customers. However, we have beliefs and passions outside of the coin store or business aspects of our lives. For example, we are passionate about our […]

Visiting An Antique Store Can Change Everything

The past intrigues and mystifies as we move forward into the technological age. While laptops, tablets, and phones that do more than the first computer could enamor us, we are still fascinated with aspects of the past. The past shapes us and brings us forward in ways we do not always understand. That is why […]

How Long Will It Take?

For those who are new to the world of coins and antiques, you may not quite understand what our shop does. We buy coins based on the rates that are on the market, then sell them. These are flexible and change every 15 minutes, so we stay up to date with these prices constantly. That […]

All About The Buffalo Nickel

Many things intrigue the American populous. Rare coins continue to be one of the largest collector’s groups out there compared to others. The collection of coins – some foreign, some domestic – has been a pastime for years. For example, not many individuals live their lives without hearing about the Buffalo Nickel. It is one […]

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