A large bourse, great numismatic inventory, numerous family activities and a chance to meet the Treasurer of the United States await attendees of the American Numismatic Association’s Spring National Money ShowSM, May 10-12 in Denver.
The... read more »
By Charles Morgan with Hubert Walker
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a column about Eisenhower dollars and the way they’re treated in the Redbook. The column made the rounds of the editorial boards of several coin magazines, Whitman Publishing... read more »
Princeton University, McCormick Hall 101, Sunday, May 6, 4 p.m.
On Sunday, May 6, the Friends of Princeton University Library will sponsor a public lecture by the noted scholar of early American coinage, Louis Jordan, entitled “Transformations... read more »
Gold “Needs to Reclaim $1700″ for Renewed Buying, with Breach of $1600 “Expected to Cause Liquidation”
SPOT MARKET gold prices traded as low as $1640 an ounce – less than 1% off the previous day’s high – during... read more »
As part of a recent court judgment, Goldline International, Inc., one of the nation’s largest precious metals dealers, was required to provide refunds to specified former customers. Those refunds are now complete: Goldline has refunded... read more »
The unique 1903 Fengtien Province Tael, one of the most important silver coins in Chinese numismatic history, was certified by Professional Coin Grading Service during the recent April 2012 Hong Kong International Coin Convention & Antique... read more »
PNG President: Jeffrey Bernberg, PNG Members: Julian Leidman, John Feigenbaum, and David Greenstein
Interviewer: David Lisot.
Coin doctoring is changing the appearance of a coin to deceive someone regarding its condition.
The Professional Numismatists... read more »
Gene Cook, eBay General Manager, Emerging Verticals eBay has announced new changes in the requirements for US coins listed in auction.
This is part of a continuing effort to increase the safety and quality of service for buyers and sellers using... read more »
Examples of Italian Bank Notes from the Collection of Stefano Poddi
Interviewer: David Lisot – Rome, Italy March 2012
Stefano Poddi is a collector and scholar of Italian paper money. He began his collection in 2002 and in 2011 became an... read more »
by Louis Golino for CoinWeek
1.) Julia Grant Coin Now Lowest Mintage Proof First Spouse
The proof version of the Julia Grant First Spouse $10 gold coin unexpectedly sold out on March 30. Normally the U.S. Mint (www.usmint.gov) keeps these... read more »