Some Shnazy Places
American Numismatic Association - A nonprofit, educational organization, chartered by Congress.
Teletrade Certified Coin Auctions - The biggest coin telephone auction on the planet. Great for ultra high grade modern coins.
Numismatica - Coin information with little hype. Not much technical wizardry, but some good solid information.
Dahlonega Gold - Despite being VERY specific in nature, the quality of this site demands a visit from time to time.
USCents.com - The site for copper specialists. All copper, all the time.
Statmatics - A good guy with a good page. Lots of coins for sale. Somewhat limited in the information department.
E-Bay - While not strictly a numismatic site, E-Bay has quickly established itself as a leading place to buy and sell coins. At this red hot moment they have millions of coin lots for sale.
Royal Mint, The - Best non-US mint page.
While not dealing in coins directly, these are very helpful people to numismatists.
Plastics - coin and currency holders/displays and acrylic desk accessories,
awards, and games.
Coin Dealer Newsletter - Cool site with lots of info.
PCGS - While one can argue whether they are the best grading service, they certainly have the best web site of any of the grading services.
These Internet resources are invaluable. There is no better way to learn about coins.
Mailing Lists - Mailing lists are one of the best ways to find out
about coins. If you are serious about coins, sign up for a mailing list.
The Internet Auction List - Auctions for lots of things, including coins.
to the National Numismatic Collection - Always something interesting!
The US Mint. (you can also go to the Treasury dept from there)
Stacks Rare Coins & Auctions - rare coin currency dealers and auctioneers.