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Gold, silver bullion on rise, but ATB 5-oz silver coins settle down

Gold, silver bullion on rise, but ATB 5-oz silver coins settle down

By Steve Roach - http://www.steveroachonline.com First published in the February 28, 2011 issue of Coin World On Feb. 8, silver and gold made a big jump as the U.S. dollar showed signs of weakening and the market reacted to China increasing... read more »

 

Coin Profiles: Washington Roman Head Cent

Coin Profiles: Washington Roman Head Cent

The exact number of surviving Washington Roman Head cents is unknown although the total is clearly small, given the number of pieces that appear in auctions. In Heritage’s own sales since the beginning of their Permanent Auction Archives... read more »

 

Video Coin News: Martin Logies talks about the 1792 half disme

Video Coin News: Martin Logies talks about the 1792 half disme

Martin Logies Director, Cardinal Collection Educational Foundation talks about the 1792 half disme in the collection, its numismatic significance, and how the early coins of America were struck. [Runtime 6:34] The player will show in this paragraph ... read more »

 

Why is a 1907 $10 Gold piece worth more than $2 million?

Why is a 1907 $10 Gold piece worth more than $2 million?

News and Analysis on, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #39 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds Last week, I wrote about the auction of an NGC certified 1907 “Rolled Edge PF-67 SATIN” $10 gold piece for a record $2,185,000. I... read more »

 

Coin Club Profiles: The Token and Medal Society (TAMS)

Coin Club Profiles: The Token and Medal Society (TAMS)

By Richard Schwary - California Numismatic Investments Well if you have not heard of this group don’t feel too bad because it does a great deal of work in one of the more obscure areas of rare coin interest but one of the most interesting.... read more »

 

Bullion Coins: The Austrian Philharmonic Coin

Bullion Coins: The Austrian Philharmonic Coin

By Gainesville Coins The Austrian Mint began striking coins in 1194. Over those 800 years, the Mint gained a fantastic reputation for producing coins with unmatched quality and exceptional design. One of the Austrian Mint’s most internationally... read more »

 

Considering a “Gold” IRA? – Choose Wisely

Considering a “Gold” IRA? – Choose Wisely

There are probably 101 good reasons to own precious metals right now, and for the average consumer/investor, almost as many choices to be made. One option that is currently very attractive is the purchase of gold and precious metals within... read more »

 

Susan B. Anthony Dollar, 1979-1999

Susan B. Anthony Dollar, 1979-1999

Susan B. Anthony dollars, known as “Susies”by many collectors, were the second copper-nickel dollar coin produced for circulation in this country. The first was the Eisenhower dollar in 1971, designed by Chief Engraver Frank Gasparro.... read more »

 

1892-1893 Columbian Exposition Half Dollar

1892-1893 Columbian Exposition Half Dollar

Based on Article by Lee Gast As the first commemorative Half Dollar struck, the Columbian half holds a special place in the long and historic commemorative series. From the first proof striking that sold for $10,000 in 1892,(The first specimen... read more »

 

Dr. Norman Jacobs Collection of Korean and Japanese Coins on display at NYINC

Dr. Norman Jacobs Collection of Korean and Japanese Coins on display at NYINC

Heritage Auctions has announced that we will be auctioning The Dr. Norman Jacobs Collection of Korean and Japanese Coins, the most important collection of its kind, from one of the most famous Asian numismatic experts to have lived. This collection... read more »

 

Coin Profiles: Unique 1834 Original Half Dollar O-104, Ex: Brand, Norweb

Coin Profiles: Unique 1834 Original Half Dollar O-104, Ex: Brand, Norweb

1834 Capped Bust Half Dollar PR65 NGC. O-104, Unique as a Proof. Only a few proof 1834 half dollars are known, mostly restrikes from the dies used to produce the Crushed Lettered Edge coins. In the catalog of the George “Buddy” Byers... read more »

 

Coin Profile 1804 Bust Quarter, Single Finest Certified B-1, Ex: Colonel Green

Coin Profile 1804 Bust Quarter, Single Finest Certified B-1, Ex: Colonel Green

Colonel Edward Howland Robinson Green (better known as Col. E.H.R. Green or, more simply, Col. Green), was the son of Henrietta Howland Robinson Green, née Henrietta Howland Robinson (1834-1916). She, too, is known more simply as Hetty Green,... read more »

 

The Finest New Orleans Double Eagle Gold Coin to be Sold at FUN

The Finest New Orleans Double Eagle Gold Coin to be Sold at FUN

The upcoming 2011 January Tampa FUN Signature & Platinum Night US Coin Auction features what is probably the finest New Orleans twenty of any date. Easily the finest known 1852-O double eagle, this Gem has been off the market since the early... read more »

 

Unique 1943 Bronze Cents Set To Be Displayed at the FUN Show

Unique 1943 Bronze Cents Set To Be Displayed at the FUN Show

The first-ever public display of the one-of-a-kind set of 1943 bronze Lincoln cents from the Denver, Philadelphia and San Francisco Mints will be hosted by Professional Coin Grading Service and Legend Numismatics, Inc. during the first three... read more »

 

Coin Guides: Tips on Buying Precious Metals and Bullion Coins

Coin Guides: Tips on Buying Precious Metals and Bullion Coins

By Gainesville Coins – www.gainesvillecoins.com The Advantage of Physical Assets Precious metals have long been treasured both for their beauty and rarity. As a result, these metals have been used by many civilizations as a store of wealth,... read more »

 

The Legacy of the Swiss Vreneli Gold Coin

The Legacy of the Swiss Vreneli Gold Coin

The Swiss Vreneli (1897 – 1949) embodies Switzerland’s status as a financial center of the world. The coin’s long standing reputation among investors and collectors illustrates its outstanding beauty and quality. The Swiss Vreneli... read more »

 

Coin Profile: Roman Finish 1909 Half Eagle Gold Coin

Coin Profile: Roman Finish 1909 Half Eagle Gold Coin

The proof five dollar coinage of 1907 through 1909 provides quite an object lesson in the evolution of Mint technology and consumer tastes. The 1907 Liberty Head proof, last of the series, was produced in a mostly brilliant or “semibrilliant”... read more »

 

Coin Profile: 2000-W Library of Congress Bicentennial Bimetallic Ten Dollars

Coin Profile: 2000-W Library of Congress Bicentennial Bimetallic Ten Dollars

The First and Only Bimetalic Commemorative Coin Minted by the US The Library of Congress, founded on April 24, 1800, is the nation’s oldest federal cultural institution. Also the world’s largest library, it houses 119 million items–... read more »

 

US Coins: Those Magical CC Morgans

US Coins: Those Magical CC Morgans

By Jim Fehr – The Winning Edge Coins disappearing as collectors and investors buy rarities Hello, all. This article has be updated with new PCGS and NGC census and pricing information as of September 2010. Hope you enjoy. There are over... read more »

 

1893 Columbian Expositions/Isabella Quarter Dollar

1893 Columbian Expositions/Isabella Quarter Dollar

In an age that witnessed the first skyscrapers, inter-city telephone service and moving pictures, the magnificent 1893 Chicago World’s Fair was a fitting tribute to the progress America had made and the seemingly unlimited promise of its... read more »

 
 
 
 
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