Thursday 19 June 2008
Jun 19
I've made 2 significant changes to the price sheets of all the coins in the database.

The first change was the linking tool. Every coin has the html code you would need to copy and paste onto an auction page and/or a website. This allows you to use our pricing information as a reference tool. Here's a sample of what the link would look like:


Coinbrag.com shows an average value in all conditions of $8.21 for this coin. Click for details

For those with web design knowledge, you are welcome to customize that link to suit your needs.'

What can this do for me? Well if you are selling a coin you can use our pricing as a reference for those who may not know the value of the coin. Since anyone can insert pricing, you can add your pricing to the coin database on CoinBrag.com and you have a 3rd reference to help sell your coins! Any potential customer can click the link you provide and verify the value of the coin according to our price guide. Your customers will know that any fraudulent values would be removed from the site. It's a win-win situation!

The other change to the pricing is the addition of eBay gallery pictures to the bottom of the pricing pages. Based on the coin info of each page, eBay searches their coin section for similar coins. The auctions shown are from sellers anywhere in the world and most likely not Coinbrag.com. If you are an eBay seller and you add a coin into Coinbrag that you happen to have for sale, it's very possible it will show up on Coinbrag's eBay gallery search!

More changes coming!

[Submitted by Nicholas]

written by Nicholas

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Current Coins in Circulation Among the Republic of India
Monday 15 April 2013 - 14:56:14

Here's a fairly large article covering India's modern coins. Starting with the fading 50 paise coins to the 10 rupee.