9 Best Cities to Visit for Coin Collectors and Their Hidden Gems 

Certain cities around the world hold coin collector treasures. Here are 9 cities of numismatic significance and hidden gems:  

London, England

The British Museum: Has one of the world's largest coin collections, displaying coins from ancient to present times.  The London Mint Office: Interprets British currency history and presents exhibitions.  

Vienna, Austria 

Visitors can take guided tours of the Austrian Mint, which makes high-quality coins. The Kunsthistorisches Museum has a vast numismatic collection.  

Rome, Italy

The Vatican Museum has a large collection of Roman and Greek coins. Capitoline Museums: exhibit Roman coins and other relics and sculptures.  

Athens, Greece

The Numismatic Museum of Athens explores coinage history with its enormous collection of ancient Greek coins. Monastiraki Flea Market: Coin collectors can uncover rare items among antique dealers.  

Berlin, Germany

The Bode Museum has coins and medals from the Roman Empire to modern Germany. The annual Berlin Coin Fair draws collectors and dealers from throughout the world.  

Tokyo, Japan

Nihonbashi: Antique shops sell old yen and historical currencies. The vast exhibits at the Bank of Japan Currency Museum reveal Japanese currency history.  

New York City, USA

The American Numismatic Society Museum: Has a large coin and medal collection focusing on American numismatic history. The Stack's Bowers Galleries: Auctions and exhibits rare coins and cash from around the world.  

Paris, France

coin manufacture and numismatic collections. The Musée Carnavalet displays French coins and medals and Parisian antiquities.  

Jerusalem, Israel

The Israel Museum has a numismatic collection of ancient Israeli and nearby coins. Collectors can locate historical coins and treasures from Jerusalem's history at the Old City Market.  


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