Counting coins


SC Collectibles owner Fred Billing, left, helps Steve Minton, both of Sidney, calculate the value of his coin collection during a free appraisal held by the Shelby County Coin Club at the Amos Memorial Library Tuesday, Oct. 23. People were lined out the door to sign up and have their coins appraised by local experts that volunteered their time. Information was also provided for proper coin care and how to sell a collection.

SC Collectibles owner Fred Billing, left, helps Steve Minton, both of Sidney, calculate the value of his coin collection during a free appraisal held by the Shelby County Coin Club at the Amos Memorial Library Tuesday, Oct. 23. People were lined out the door to sign up and have their coins appraised by local experts that volunteered their time. Information was also provided for proper coin care and how to sell a collection.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

SC Collectibles owner Fred Billing, left, helps Steve Minton, both of Sidney, calculate the value of his coin collection during a free appraisal held by the Shelby County Coin Club at the Amos Memorial Library Tuesday, Oct. 23. People were lined out the door to sign up and have their coins appraised by local experts that volunteered their time. Information was also provided for proper coin care and how to sell a collection.

SC Collectibles owner Fred Billing, left, helps Steve Minton, both of Sidney, calculate the value of his coin collection during a free appraisal held by the Shelby County Coin Club at the Amos Memorial Library Tuesday, Oct. 23. People were lined out the door to sign up and have their coins appraised by local experts that volunteered their time. Information was also provided for proper coin care and how to sell a collection.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/10/web1_SDN102518Coins-1.jpgSC Collectibles owner Fred Billing, left, helps Steve Minton, both of Sidney, calculate the value of his coin collection during a free appraisal held by the Shelby County Coin Club at the Amos Memorial Library Tuesday, Oct. 23. People were lined out the door to sign up and have their coins appraised by local experts that volunteered their time. Information was also provided for proper coin care and how to sell a collection. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News