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  • #95833
    Bucko
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    Is there any good software out there to keep track of your inventory and keep an updated value as well?

    #95895
    mtecbc22
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    The best one I found was liberty street.
    https://www.libertystreet.com/Coin-Collecting-Software.htm

    They are available for different countries. The downside is they don’t work on IOS unless using parallels.

    #96491
    edd
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    Ordered the C.D Canada usa great Britain from liberty street January 1st now January 22 still not here committing from Minnesota Why? And not missasaga through new york

    #96955
    edd
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    received my liberty street coinmanage delux 6 weeks slow mail and very happy Canada USA GreatBritain plus a couple of other countries to download easy to use pretty neat upgrade last time 2001 having fun during Covid Thanks

    #97287
    Jesse
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    Glad to hear it, edd!

    #98029
    Dartviking
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    Would love to have my spreadsheet update from the CCN Trends, it is aligned in how I built it, but I either have to take pictures and convert to text or type it in manually.
    It does help that the indicators for the changes are on the Trends, so only have to change those, but don’t want to miss an issue or you will have to do them all again.
    Ideally the CCN Tends would have a paid option to download (since I already take pictures and convert te=he data to Excel easily enough, might as well automate it.
    Would even be a cool option to have your virtual album online here, where the inventory you have and information on each coin is stored and the Trends comes in for valuation, but then you could SHARE your album, possibly put up DUPLICATES for sale/trade, etc. but simply having the online inventory would be beneficial for lots.
    I do my coins and banknotes like this, I take pictures of every page of the Charlton data tables and convert to Excel and then update with the trends and works well once you have it setup.

    #98077

    Glad to hear it, edd!

    #99231
    IvoryHoward
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    Thanks for info!

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