(Long Beach, California) – Professional Coin Grading Service will award a $20 Saint-Gaudens gold coin valued at $2,000 as the prize for the winner in a coin grading competition during the upcoming Long Beach Coin, Stamp & Collectibles... read more »
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) has authenticated and graded the single known example of a distinctive Stella variety as PF- 60, J-1636a.
The Stella, or four-dollar gold piece, was coined solely as a series of pattern pieces dated 1879... read more »
The much anticipated CPM Group Gold Yearbook 2012 has arrived and once again promises to be a standard reference for both academics and investors as to what is really happening in the precious metals business. Highly... read more »
Gold “Needs Bigger and Better News” for Support as Stocks Tumble
U.S. DOLLAR gold bullion prices fell as low as $1642 an ounce during Tuesday morning’s London trading – though still slightly up on last week’s close... read more »
By Doug Winter – Raregoldcoins.com
I had an interesting experience at a recent show that I thought was worth sharing. A new-to-the-market collector/investor came up to my table and asked to see my “best coins.” I was happy to share... read more »
by Louis Golino for CoinWeek
2012, as I predicted in January , has been an especially volatile one for gold and other precious metals. Earlier in the year gold and silver prices saw healthy gains, especially following pronouncements by Federal... read more »
IOLA, Wis. (April 9, 2012) – The world coin collecting community will gather at the Crowne Plaza O’Hare April 24-29 as the 37th annual Chicago International Coin Fair comes to the Windy City.
CICF is one of the most popular conventions... read more »
WASHINGTON – The United States Mint is pleased to announce the appointment of two new members to the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC). These appointments fill two vacancies created by the expiration of the appointment of Arthur... read more »
THE SHOW FROM HELL!
No, PCGS was not the problem. First, we had some biz to do in the Dallas area and flew in Tuesday at 11:30 AM. That flight was not fun with all the massive T-Storms in the area. Being real close and personal in a plane with... read more »
Coins of all grades sought for new educational initiative
Morgan silver dollar collectors can help ensure that this magnificent coin series is forever preserved for future generations to enjoy and study through a program spearheaded by former... read more »
By Wayne Sayles
Coin collectors across the U.S. are tired of being singled out with unilateral sanctions. The State Department’s assault on our ability to collect coins is killing another American industry and leaving coin collectors in... read more »
The 1863 quarter eagle is a classic American coin issue that is familiar to many collectors, even those who specialize outside the rarefied atmosphere of 19th century proof gold coinage. As a proof-only production in the long-running Liberty... read more »
By Al Doyle for CoinWeek
Who would have guessed that starting a coin club would lead to nearly 40 years of constant but enjoyable work?
Along with the late Kam Awash, John McCloskey played a significant role in founding the Liberty Seated Collectors... read more »
by Louis Golino for CoinWeek
A weak economy has made it harder for collectors of average means to keep adding to their collections, and many better-off collectors who have been buying in the last couple years seem to have been mostly acquiring... read more »
The April 18-20 official auction of the Central States Numismatic Society Convention in Schaumburg, IL, featuring The William D. Plumley Collection of proof gold, a rare Civil War tokens collection and numerous rarities spanning the breadth... read more »