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Why Are Nice Coins So Hard to Find?

Why Are Nice Coins So Hard to Find?

By Doug Winter - RareGoldcoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner ……… When I’m at shows or talking to collectors and dealers over the phone, I hear a common refrain: nice coins are very hard to find. This appears to be the case in nearly all... read more »

 

PCGS At Korea Money Fair – Praised By Collectors And Dealers

PCGS At Korea Money Fair – Praised By Collectors And Dealers

Representatives of the Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGSAsia.com) attended the Korea Money Fair for the first time and heard compliments and congratulations from Asian collectors and dealers. The three-day show in Seoul, October 26... read more »

 

“Experts” Shy Away From Short-Term Gold And Silver Price Forecasts

“Experts” Shy Away From Short-Term Gold And Silver Price Forecasts

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com This past week there were two investment conferences held simultaneously—the decades-old New Orleans Investment Conference and the 10th Annual Silver Summit.  I... read more »

 

Dallas Auctions Top $28 Million

Dallas Auctions Top $28 Million

Heritage’s official auctions of the October 2012 National Money ShowSM in Dallas are complete, with overall prices realized exceeding $28.5 million. The US Coin Signature Auction on October 18-21 featured numerous outstanding rarities... read more »

 

South Africa’s first gold coin: the Burgers Pond

South Africa’s first gold coin: the Burgers Pond

Up until 1874, the only currency in circulation in South Africa was British. Then in that year two indigenous currencies were introduced. In East Griqualand, a trading store called Strachan and Company issued trade tokens that were widely used... read more »

 

The Coin Analyst: Central Bank Gold Holdings Believed To Be Smaller Than Governments Claim

The Coin Analyst: Central Bank Gold Holdings Believed To Be Smaller Than Governments Claim

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek …… An important development about gold is not receiving the attention it deserves in the mainstream, non-specialized media. In particular, several reports have surfaced that the gold reserves of several Western... read more »

 

The Most Valuable Coin Ever “Found” in the US to be Sold in Baltimore Auction

The Most Valuable Coin Ever “Found” in the US to be Sold in Baltimore Auction

Set to cross the block in the Stack’s Bowers Galleries Official Auction of the Whitman Coin and Collectibles Baltimore Expo is a famously rare New England sixpence, considered the most valuable American coin ever found with a metal detector. This... read more »

 

How Do We Grow The ‘Numismatic’ Hobby?

How Do We Grow The ‘Numismatic’ Hobby?

By Jeff Garrett  with Permission from NGC ……. The story of numismatics is compelling and we all need to do a better job spreading the word. During the just completed convention in Dallas the ANA Board of Governors conducted a weekend... read more »

 

An Amazing 130,000 EUR for a Quadruple Thaler of Christian V of Norway at Künker

An Amazing 130,000 EUR for a Quadruple Thaler of Christian V of Norway at Künker

By Ursula Kampmann – www.coinsweekly.com ….. With a total of 8.4 million in overall final bids, a 35 % increase, and only 277 lots still left for post-auction sale out of the approximately 5,700, Künker’s latest auction was... read more »

 

Do Rising Bullion Prices Pose a Threat to the Rare Coin Market?

Do Rising Bullion Prices Pose a Threat to the Rare Coin Market?

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker Up until now, Hubert and I have kept mum on gold coins. We feel that there’s more than enough great analysis at CoinWeek to satisfy gold bugs and collectors, who are looking to ride the gold wave as it continues... read more »

 

Video Playlist from the Dallas ANA Money Show – Oct 2012 caticonslite_bm_alt

Video Playlist from the Dallas ANA Money Show – Oct 2012

CoinWeek is pleased to present a NEW Feature from our Video Library: The Video Playlist. Every month CoinWeek Producer David Lisot attends multiple coin and currency shows both across the US and in Europe. The “Video Playlist” will... read more »

 

Gold Expert Mike Fuljenz Assists Police Agencies on Numismatic Crimes

Gold Expert Mike Fuljenz Assists Police Agencies on Numismatic Crimes

Sandwiched between receiving an award, autographing copies of his book and purchasing gold coins to fulfill his customers’ orders, America’s Gold Expert® , Michael Fuljenz, President of Universal Coin & Bullion (www.UniversalCoin.com),... read more »

 

PCGS Milestone: 25 Million Coins Certified Worldwide

PCGS Milestone: 25 Million Coins Certified Worldwide

A historic gold coin from Japan has the distinction of being the 25 millionth coin authenticated and graded by Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com), underscoring the growing appreciation worldwide for expert certification by PCGS. The... read more »

 

The Coin Analyst: U.S. Mint News Update

The Coin Analyst: U.S. Mint News Update

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek …… First Spouse coin news Initial sales for the first 2012 First Spouse gold $10 coin have been strong. During the first week the coins were available from the Mint, buyers snapped up 1394 uncirculated coins,... read more »

 

Cool Coins Video from the Dallas ANA Money Show 2012 caticonslite_bm_alt

Cool Coins Video from the Dallas ANA Money Show 2012

Gary Adkins, Gary Adkins & Associates, 1916 Standing Liberty Quarter XF45, Dr. Eugene Bruder, 1847 Hawaii Cent, PCGS63, Dan Duncan, Pinnacle Rarities, 1916 Pattern Walking Liberty Half PRF64, Bob Green, Park Avenue Numismatics, 1932 $20... read more »

 
 
 
 
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