Know Your Coins
There are different kinds of coins which have different values. You must be aware of these values and which ones are readily marketable. This information will guide this hobby of yours and steer it in the right direction.
Choose Your Preferences
You must know which coins you prefer more than others. There are pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, fifty cent coins. The values vary with each type and select an option on the basis of value as well as how comfortable you are with a certain value coins.
The money is obviously not lost and can be later returned as well. It is, however, important that you have an initial budget in mind in order to start the hobby. A few hundred dollars will be a good amount to start off with and see how it goes.
Visit the Bank
Visit more than one bank in order to get the coins of your liking. Make sure that you maintain a friendly relationship with the tellers and let them know how often you will need these coins. Doing so will help them as well as they can keep the rolls on the side for you on the day of collection.
Sort the Coins
Once you get back, sort the coins carefully. Open the rolls one by one and once a roll has been checked, make sure that the coins are stored separately so that a clutter is not made. Any valuable coins should be carefully placed separately. Open the next roll only once you have taken care of the previous one.
Make the Money
Once you have separated the coins that carry good value, take them to a gold and silver store where these can be traded for their value. It is a fast and easy way of making some cash.