Coin Collection

Coin Collection


Coin Collection helps users interested in collecting a set of coins keep track of which coins they already have. This comes in handy if you are trying to collect the 50 U.S. State Quarters, for example, and want to check whether the quarter you just got back in change from the vending machine should be highly guarded until it can be placed in your collection.

The current version only supports U.S. currency, specifically:
- Lincoln Cents
- Jefferson Nickels
- Roosevelt Dimes
- Washington Quarters
- Kennedy Half-Dollars
- State Quarters including D.C. and Territories (1999-2009)
- National Park Quarters (2010-2014)
- Eisenhower Dollars
- Susan B. Anthony Dollars
- Sacagawea Dollars
- Presidential Dollars (2007-2014)
- Indian Head Cents
- Liberty Head Nickels
- Buffalo Nickels
- Barber Dimes
- Mercury Dimes
- Barber Quarters
- Standing Liberty Quarters
- Barber Half Dollars
- Walking Liberty Half Dollars
- Franklin Half Dollars
- Morgan Dollars
- Peace Dollars
- American Eagle Silver Dollars
- First Spouse Gold Coins (2007-2013)

I hope you enjoy using the App, and please let me know if you have any issues or feedback. I hope to add more images and supported coin sets depending on what people are interested in. Thanks!

This App is not endorsed by the United States Mint

United States coin images from the United States Mint.
Quarter-dollar coin images from the United States Mint.
Mercury Dime images, Buffalo Nickel reverse image, and Peace Dollar images courtesy of CCF Numismatics.
Indian Head Cent images, Walking Liberty Half Dollar images, Morgan Dollar images, Buffalo Nickel obverse image, Liberty Head Nickel images, Barber Quarter images, and Barber Half Dollar images courtesy of Brandon Grossardt.
Standing Liberty Quarter images and Franklin Half Dollar images courtesy of John Baumgart.

Recent changes:
This release adds some awesome new features! Specifically, you can now:
- Save your collections to the SD Card and import them on a new phone
- Add notes, quantity, and grade to individual coins in a collection
- Navigate the app without using the 'Menu' button

Also, there are a few changes that should improve overall app reliability

Thanks to everyone that has rated the app, left feedback, and emailed me suggestions. It's awesome to hear what you guys think of the app!
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About Coin Collection
Coin Collection helps users interested in collecting a set of coins keep track of which coins they already have. This comes in handy if you are trying to collect the 50 U.S. State Quarters, for example, and want to check whether the quarter you just got back in change from the vending machine should be highly guarded until it can be placed in your collection.

The current version only supports U.S. currency, specifically:
- Lincoln Cents
- Jefferson Nickels
- Roosevelt Dimes
- Washington Quarters
- Kennedy Half-Dollars
- State Quarters including D.C. and Territories (1999-2009)
- National Park Quarters (2010-2014)
- Eisenhower Dollars
- Susan B. Anthony Dollars
- Sacagawea Dollars
- Presidential Dollars (2007-2014)
- Indian Head Cents
- Liberty Head Nickels
- Buffalo Nickels
- Barber Dimes
- Mercury Dimes
- Barber Quarters
- Standing Liberty Quarters
- Barber Half Dollars
- Walking Liberty Half Dollars
- Franklin Half Dollars
- Morgan Dollars
- Peace Dollars
- American Eagle Silver Dollars
- First Spouse Gold Coins (2007-2013)

I hope you enjoy using the App, and please let me know if you have any issues or feedback. I hope to add more images and supported coin sets depending on what people are interested in. Thanks!

This App is not endorsed by the United States Mint

United States coin images from the United States Mint.
Quarter-dollar coin images from the United States Mint.
Mercury Dime images, Buffalo Nickel reverse image, and Peace Dollar images courtesy of CCF Numismatics.
Indian Head Cent images, Walking Liberty Half Dollar images, Morgan Dollar images, Buffalo Nickel obverse image, Liberty Head Nickel images, Barber Quarter images, and Barber Half Dollar images courtesy of Brandon Grossardt.
Standing Liberty Quarter images and Franklin Half Dollar images courtesy of John Baumgart.

Recent changes:
This release adds some awesome new features! Specifically, you can now:
- Save your collections to the SD Card and import them on a new phone
- Add notes, quantity, and grade to individual coins in a collection
- Navigate the app without using the 'Menu' button

Also, there are a few changes that should improve overall app reliability

Thanks to everyone that has rated the app, left feedback, and emailed me suggestions. It's awesome to hear what you guys think of the app!

User reviews of Coin Collection
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A Google User
Jan 14, 2015
Needs proof sets. Otherwise this is the best free coin app out there!
A Google User
Jan 12, 2015
Good. I gave it 5 stars. Very useful. I'm just wondering why the Washington DC quarter is nowhere to be found?
A Google User
Jan 6, 2015
Love! I love this app! Been collecting coins for a few months. I kept track of what I had and needed in a notebook by didn't always remember to carry it with me. Now I have all my coin info with me.
A Google User
Jan 6, 2015
Best app ever This is one of the best apps in the market, first the developer really listen to requests and actually help, like when I asked about something he really made it, everything is organized and easy to use, I would really recommend it if you are a serious collector, a lot of thanks to the developer.
A Google User
Dec 26, 2014
R. Peters Great app. but I would like to have the ability to move collections around on the content (home) page. That way I could add a new collection and move it so it is with like kinds. Als an eedit feature could be added so a collection name could be changed without completely redoing it.