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Numismatist’s Collection to be Sold to Benefit British Museum

Numismatist’s Collection to be Sold to Benefit British Museum

The Kenneth Day Collection expected to raise £30,000 Roman coins collected by numismatist the late Ken Day are to be sold in a specialist London auction on Tuesday July 3 and the proceeds donated to the British Museum. Auctioneers Morton &... read more »

 

This Week’s FOMC Meeting And Associated Market Manipulations Followed The Script

This Week’s FOMC Meeting And Associated Market Manipulations Followed The Script

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com Through the long term incompetency of both Republican and Democrat politicians, the US government has backed itself into a financial corner from which there will be... read more »

 

Liquidation Could Send Silver Down to $18

Liquidation Could Send Silver Down to $18

By Ben Traynor – BullionVault  Euro Weakness “Contributing to Gold’s Fall”, Lagarde “Throws the Gauntlet Down” to Merkel WHOLESALE MARKET gold prices traded as low as $1560 an ounce Friday morning, before... read more »

 

Paper Money eBooks from Krause Publications

Paper Money eBooks from Krause Publications

IOLA, Wis. (June 21, 2012) – Krause Publications, a leading producer of books, magazines, online products and events, is currently offering a variety of its Paper Money products in e-book form. In just one month over the 2011 holiday... read more »

 

Can Global Financial System Avoid Crashing Before November US Elections?

Can Global Financial System Avoid Crashing Before November US Elections?

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com As more people come to realize that “quantitative easing” (which is the current disguise to avoid stating “inflation of the money supply”) is simply a tax increase... read more »

 

Paper Views – Forming a Basic Rare Currency Library

Paper Views – Forming a Basic Rare Currency Library

by Kevin Foley Special Contributor to CoinWeek … I’m pleased to be joining Coin Week as a regular contributor, providing views and commentary about rare currency collecting. My own career in the field began in 1977, when I launched Kevin... read more »

 

HERE TODAY, GONE IMMEDIATELY PART 2: One-year type coins of the 1900s

HERE TODAY, GONE IMMEDIATELY PART 2:  One-year type coins of the 1900s

by Al Doyle Special Contributor to CoinWeek … Click here to read Part 1 – One-year type coins of the 1800′s …. Unique and short-lived items are eagerly sought in any collectible field, and coins are no exception. This... read more »

 

Cool Currency Memphis IPMS 2012 Video – Part 2 caticonslite_bm_alt

Cool Currency Memphis IPMS 2012 Video  – Part 2

CoinWeek has expanded our coverage of Paper Money and currency with the addition on our new series on “Cool Currency”. This is Part Tw0 of a Three Part series we Video Taped at the International Paper Money Show with the help of... read more »

 

The Royal Canadian Mint Announces Series of Five Commemorative Circulation Coins Celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the War of 1812

The Royal Canadian Mint Announces Series of Five Commemorative Circulation Coins Celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the War of 1812

$2 circulation coin celebrating victory of HMS Shannon over USS Chesapeake is the first salvo in a commemorative circulation coin program also honouring Brock, Tecumseh, de Salaberry and Secord Ottawa, Ontario, June 18, 2012 – Two hundred... read more »

 

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: Collecting Silver Dimes by Design Type

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: Collecting Silver Dimes by Design Type

A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #113 The topic here is assembling a type set of silver dimes. This discussion is aimed primarily at beginning... read more »

 
 
 
 
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