Liberty Street Software Releases CoinManage 2020

Liberty Street Software has released the latest update to their popular coin collection management app. CoinManage 2020 brings a handful of improvements and coin types to the app. Designed for PCs running Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or 10, CoinManage 2020 is available both as a download from the Liberty Street site as well as having physical media shipped to you if you want to do so.

First, from a coin listing perspective, this update bring many new ones for collectors. A plethora of new medals including Presidential Medals, Cod Talker Medals, and the American Liberty High Relief Medal have all been added to the listings. Additionally, all releases of the the American Innovation Dollar and the latest circulation coins for 2019-2020 have been added in this update.

As you would expect, the coin database in CoinManage 2020 has also been updated with thousands of value changes. This also includes a change to Eisenhower Dollars, which now include values for more AU conditions.

New Listings & Images for the latest United States and Canada circulation issues, sets, and Mint products have been added. Further, a significant update has been made to the report designer feature which is now 20% faster on generating reports. Finally, there is a new “Coins Grouped by Mint” report that allows you to group all your collection by their mint mark.

CoinManage 2020
CoinManage 2020

For those who already own a previous version of CoinManage, you can get the updated 2020 version for $19.95. You should have an email offering you this upgrade price from Liberty Street. If you want physical media shipped to you, the upgrade price is $29.95.

If you are new to CoinManage, the United States-only version is $39.95 ($49.95 for physical media) while the Deluxe version for U.S., Canada, and United Kingdom coins is $59.95 ($69.95). You can also read my review of the 2019 version of the app here on the site. CoinManage is my coin collection management app and I highly recommend it for yours.

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