Shows & Conventions

EAC 2011 “Happening”

EAC 2011 “Happening”

When members of the Early American Coppers gather for one of their conventions participants bring coins with them to sell and trade as well as those in their collections. On opening night of the convention everyone gathers for what is called the “Happening”where a room is set up for large cents, half cents, Colonials and […]

New Discovery Half Cent at EAC

New Discovery Half Cent at EAC

Chris McCawley of McCawley-Grellman Auctions had on display at the EAC Convention a recently discovered rare variety 1808 half cent. This rare coin surfaced in a collection purchased by another dealer who had the coin attributed and then sold to McCawley. This is a great example of rare coin varieties waiting to be discovered.   […]

Bim Gander, EAC Vice President

Bim Gander, EAC Vice President

Bim Gander shares why EAC selected Portland for its host city for this year’s convention as well as why people become members of Early American Coppers.   Bim Gander, EAC Vice President Early American Coppers Convention Copyright © May, 2011

Byzantine Bronzes at EAC

Byzantine Bronzes at EAC

Members of EAC are collectors of early American copper coins. Once you get the “copper bug” you find out that copper coins have been used for centuries as a medium of exchange. Hear collector/dealer Jerry Bobbe describe and show a collection of rare Byzantine coppers even bigger than American large cents.   Byzantine Bronzes at […]

Video Tribute to Leon Hendrickson of Silvertowne

Video Tribute to Leon Hendrickson of Silvertowne

The 72nd anniversary CSNS Convention had a special moment during the annual numismatic gathering. There was a reunion of 9 different CSNS past presidents including longtime CSNS supporter Leon Hendrickson. Leon was CSNS president from 1986-1988 and is founder of the Winchester, Indiana company, SilverTowne. Leon is 85 years old and in this rare appearance […]

Crazy Precious Metal Markets and a robust Central States Show

Crazy Precious Metal Markets and a robust Central States Show

By Steve Roach – http://www.steveroachonline.com/ First published in the May 16 issue of Coin World – http://www.coinworld.com/ As this is being written April 27, there is lots of optimism about the Central States Numismatic Society’s convention in Rosemont, Ill., from April 27 to 30. Dealers are excited about the show being in an easy-to-get-to location, […]

Coin Market Report: Hi-Yo Silver! Away!

Coin Market Report: Hi-Yo Silver! Away!

By Kathleen Duncan – Pinnacle Rarities The recently attended Central States Numismatic Society’s convention in Rosemont, IL exceeded expectations. We had a superb buying show, getting first shot on one deal and an early shot on another, acquiring some truly exceptional pieces. You can find many of them online here. Some of our favorites are […]

Uncirculated Serial Number One SF Red Seals bring $638,250 at CSNS Auction

Uncirculated Serial Number One SF Red Seals bring $638,250 at CSNS Auction

World notes, obsoletes and error notes continue strong performance in April 27-May 2 CSNS auction in Rosemont, IL Heritage Auctions’ 2011 April Rosemont Central States Signature Currency Auction #3513, held in Chicago, IL, April 27-May 2 – in conjunction with the Central States Numismatic Society (CSNS) Convention, realized $6.2 million – including the non-floor session […]

US Coins: The $103,500 1862-S Eagle

US Coins: The $103,500 1862-S Eagle

Lost in the hubbub surrounding the recently-concluded Central States coin show and the Heritage auction held with it was a sale that I think ranks as one of the more remarkable in the rare gold coin market all year. The coin of which I speak is an 1862-S eagle graded MS61 by NGC. Unless you […]

Video News: A gathering of nine past presidents of CSNS

Video News: A gathering of nine past presidents of CSNS

Central States Conventions always bring together some of the most important people in that coin collecting organization. This gathering of luminaries included nine past presidents of CSNS. They meet and share their best memories about the hobby.   Gathering of luminaries included nine past presidents of CSNS Central States Coin Show Copyright © April, 2011

Central States Hits the Windy City!

Central States Hits the Windy City!

By William Shamhart – NumismaticAmericana.com As you all know, I have a hard time writing, especially when I have a deadline. Since I have returned from the Central States Numismatic Society’s annual show, this time held at the Donald L. Stephens convention center in Rosemont, Illinois, Christine has been working feverishly imaging our new purchases […]

Legend Numismatics Market Report: THE CSNS SHOW

Legend Numismatics Market Report: THE CSNS SHOW

Hard to top this one. Our show started off spectacular when we were invited to purchase coins from a spectacular $4 million dollar Type set that was being broken up. Without flinching we instantly spent over $1 million dollars. No auction could produce coins like these-that’s why it is so important collectors need to maintain […]

Video News from Central States: Chris Karstedt Talk about the Stacks Bowers Merger and the Coin Market

Video News from Central States: Chris Karstedt Talk about the Stacks Bowers Merger and the Coin Market

CoinWeek’s continuing coverage of the 72nd Central States Numismatic Society Convention. At the CSNS Convention Chris Karstedt, Executive Vice President of Stacks Bowers, discusses the recent merger and talks about the coin market and how a collector can participate in the numismatic hobby.   Chris Karstedt at the Central States Numismatic Society Convention Central States […]

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CSNS Platinum Night U.S. Coin Auction Results Soar To Nearly $14 Million

CSNS Platinum Night U.S. Coin Auction Results Soar To Nearly $14 Million

Rare gold was the order of the night as Thursday’s Platinum Night festivities at the 2011 April Rosemont CSNS Signature & Platinum Night US Coin Auction rose to nearly $14 million in total sales. Overall proceeds from this auction are expected to approach $24 million. Proof double eagles captured the fancy of the evening’s bidders, […]

Video: Kevin Foley, Convention Chairman for the Central States Numismatic Society

Video: Kevin Foley, Convention Chairman for the Central States Numismatic Society

CoinWeek is providing current Video coverage on the 72nd Annual Central States Numismatic Society Convention being held in Rosemomt, Ill this weekend April 27-30 Kevin Foley, Convention Chairman for the Central States Numismatic Society, shares why CSNS has selected Chicago for the next few years as host city for their annual convention. He shares his […]

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Video News: CoinWeek Talks with Bob Brueggeman at CSNS PNG Day

Video News: CoinWeek Talks with Bob Brueggeman at CSNS PNG Day

Executive Director of the Professional Numismatists Guild talks about the PNG Day in conjunction with the Central States Numismatic Society Convention and why PNG has these events as well as other issues affecting PNG. This text will be replaced Runtime: 4:43 Copyright © April, 2011

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Coin Profiles: Unique Proof 1823 O-111 Bust Half Dollar

Coin Profiles: Unique Proof 1823 O-111 Bust Half Dollar

In the 2011 April Rosemont CSNS Platinum Night US Coin Auction, Heritage Auctions offer several very rare proof bust halves. One of these is the sole known proof 1823 half dollar from O-111 dies, though a handful of O-108 specimens are accepted as proofs to varying degrees. This is one of the few proof coins […]

1914 San Francisco Serial No. One Federal Reserve Red Seal Set offered at Central States by Heritage Auctions

1914 San Francisco Serial No. One Federal Reserve Red Seal Set offered at Central States by Heritage Auctions

Important collections anchor almost 4,300 lots being offered April 27-29 and May 2 Heritage Auctions, the official auctioneer of the Central States Numismatic Society Show, will present a substantial number of rare and exceptional notes, including perhaps one of the greatest currency discoveries of the last decade in a complete denomination set, $5 through $100, […]

Rare Coin Road Warrior with Vic Bozarth

Rare Coin Road Warrior with Vic Bozarth

In this month’s RCRW, (April 2011) I am going to discuss shows just concluded in March as well as upcoming shows in April and May. In addition, I am going to discuss some critical tax issues as well as an extremely interesting dealer survey recently taken by the forward thinking folks with the Florida United […]

Coin Profile: Proof 1860 $20 Double Eagle

Coin Profile: Proof 1860 $20 Double Eagle

1860 $20 PR64 Cameo NGC. The Breen Proof Encyclopedia records something north of 30 complete gold proof sets minted for 1860, although the Mint during this period would also provide individual denominations upon request. The net production of the 1860 double eagle is reported as 59 proofs. The current numismatic thinking — espoused by Akers, […]

If they build it, they will come. My take on the Baltimore Coin Show

If they build it, they will come. My take on the Baltimore Coin Show

By William Shamhart – Numismatic Americana I’ve been going to coin shows since the late 1970’s, close to 1000 total. From VFW halls to the Staple Arena in Los Angeles, I’ve seen them come and go, from their humble beginnings, to their rise to the top, and with some, their eventual demise. I can say […]

Coin Show Market Report – When Less is More – BaltiMORE

Coin Show Market Report – When Less is More – BaltiMORE

By Dan Duncan – Pinnacle Rarities Few cities can rival Baltimore in its ability to provide the perfect venue for a coin show. The close proximity to a number of major metropolitan areas and the variety of after show entertainment makes Baltimore a great town for conventions. Last week, the Whitman crew did an outstanding […]

Gold rarities, early proof specimens and S.S. Central America sunken treasure highlight Heritage Central States Auctions

Gold rarities, early proof specimens and S.S. Central America sunken treasure highlight Heritage Central States Auctions

Conducted April 27-30 in conjunction with the Central States Numismatic Society Glittering gold rarities, including elite proof specimens and a double eagle that survived the mass melting of its issue in the 1930s, are among the major highlights of Heritage Auctions’$20,000,000+ CSNS Signature® & Platinum Night U.S. Coin Auction, the official auction of the Central […]

The Spring Baltimore Coin Show Market Report

The Spring Baltimore Coin Show Market Report

By Laura Sperber – Legend Numismatics A NOMINATION FOR A NOBEL PEACE PRIZE Might sound s little extreme, but we can not say enough positives about the people who put on the Baltimore Show. Mary Counts, David Chrenshaw, Lori Hamrick, etc all do such a heroic job, they deserve to be nominated for the Nobel […]

THE SACRAMENTO ANA SHOW

THE SACRAMENTO ANA SHOW

The Legend Numismatic Market Report Any locale where it takes a change of planes to get to will not draw the major dealers. You can also bet it won’t draw the crowds of buyers either. That’s exactly what happened at Sacramento. The results sadly were as excepted for us (and others): VERY disappointing. For sure […]

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Rare Coin Road Warrior

Rare Coin Road Warrior

Coin Show Reports by Viv Bozarth – Bozarth Numismatics Dear Rare Coin Enthusiast, My name is Vic Bozarth and I am the Rare Coin Road Warrior. My wife Sherri and I attend forty coin shows a year to buy scarce and interesting coins for our customers. I have always been a coin show guy and […]

Coin Profile: 1808 Quarter Eagle a Rare One-Year Type Coin

Coin Profile: 1808 Quarter Eagle a Rare One-Year Type Coin

Johann Matthias (John) Reich was a Bavarian native who learned the engraving trade from his father, Johann Christian Reich. According to L. Forrer in the Biographical Dictionary of Medalists: the elder Reich was “born at Eisenberg (Saxe-Altenburg) about 1740, settled at Furth in 1758, and died in 1814. He probably began as an assistant to […]

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Rare Fr. 1132-K 1918 $500 Federal Reserve Note Being Offered at Central States

Rare Fr. 1132-K 1918 $500 Federal Reserve Note Being Offered at Central States

A Fr. 1132-K 1918 $500 Federal Reserve Note graded PCGS Extremely Fine 45, one of only five known examples, is among the exceptional notes being offered in the upcoming Heritage CSNS (Central States Numismatic Society) Currency Signature Auction. The auction will be held in the Chicago area on April 27-29, 2011. The non-floor session will […]

Rare Coin Road Warrior

Rare Coin Road Warrior

By Vic Bozarth – Bozarth Numismatics In this month’s Rare Coin Road Warrior I will briefly discuss the strong bullion market and how it will affect the rare coin market. In addition, I will try and give you some insight into what is happening on the ‘Bourse’ floor at the major rare coin shows across […]

PCGS Exhibits First Complete Set of Certified Proof $3 Gold in Sacramento

PCGS Exhibits First Complete Set of Certified Proof $3 Gold in Sacramento

The first-ever complete set of certified proof U.S. $3 gold coins will be publicly displayed for the first time anywhere at the Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com) booth, #1101, during the American Numismatic Association’s National Money Show™ in Sacramento, California, March 17 – 19, 2011. “This unprecedented 36-coin set was assembled over the past six […]

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