Coin and Currency Club

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Are you fascinated by money? OK, I’ll admit it, I’m really not—but this package from the Coin and Currency Club got me pretty excited. Don’t let the bland outer packaging fool you. What’s inside is well worth the $11.99 price tag, especially since there’s no long-term commitment.

What You Can Expect

Getting mail is always fun, especially for kids who don’t know what bills are. The colorful assortment of goodies that came falling out of this envelope was enough to excite my 6-year old. The Russian ruble looked just like the play money I brought back from a business trip, but this was the real McCoy. Stored safely in a plastic sleeve, it was crisp and clean on arrival. The mint coin was so tiny and light I realized the penny may not be the worst coin ever invented.

A postcard from St. Basil’s Cathedral provided a stunning visual making it far more believable that this money comes from a real place. As if that isn’t enough, a smaller info sheet shares fun little tidbits about the images on the currency, giving us a brief lesson in Russian history.

You Get What You Get

The only drawback that I can see is customers don’t get to choose their next destination. But you know what they say, “You get what you get and you don’t get upset.” That could be a great way for your little explorer to discover new and unexpected places. All in all, whether you’re a coin aficionado or a novice, the Coin and Currency Club could be the start of a beautiful collection for the entire family!

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