Most Recent Articles Just Posted

Excerpts from the E-Sylum: The Estate of Numismatic Bookseller John Burns

Excerpts from the E-Sylum: The Estate of Numismatic Bookseller John Burns

Each week, CoinWeek, in collaboration with the Numismatic Bibliomania Society, brings you a highlighted feature from the current volume of the E-Sylum eNewsletter. This week, E-Sylum editor Wayne Homren writes about a collaborative effort... read more »

 

Baseball Hall of Famer “Goose” Gossage Visits Denver Mint

Baseball Hall of Famer “Goose” Gossage Visits Denver Mint

Baseball Hall of Famer “Goose” Gossage Visits Denver Mint…. Hall of Fame Pitcher Richard “Goose” Gossage stopped by the Denver Mint on May 13 to promote the wildly popular Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin... read more »

 

World Record Price Achieved by Rare Greek Coin

World Record Price Achieved by Rare Greek Coin

Rare Greek Coin Sets Record Price for Modern Issue. An 1876, George I Greece, Gold 100-Drachmai broke the world record for any Modern Greek coin selling for £216,000 in A.H. Baldwin & Sons Ltd’s sale of European Coins from the Åke Lindén... read more »

 

Ancient Coin Stories: A Rare Plotina Sestercius

Ancient Coin Stories: A Rare Plotina Sestercius

by Geoffrey Cope & Dr. Alan Walker Nomos Zurich for CoinWeek…. I love Roman coins because of their artistry, their beautiful style, the fact that their content tells us about classical antiquity and, of course, for their quality. The... read more »

 

The Coin Analyst: Baseball Hall of Fame Signature Labels

The Coin Analyst: Baseball Hall of Fame Signature Labels

Third party grading services offer real and replica signature inserts for 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Coins. Do they add lasting value? By Louis Golino for CoinWeek….. One aspect of the much-discussed 2014 baseball commemorative coins... read more »

 

Ancient Coin Insights: Real Roman Women on Coins

Ancient Coin Insights: Real Roman Women on Coins

By Mike Markowitz for Coinweek….. Ancient Coin Series Much like Americans, Republican Romans had a deep-rooted prejudice against depicting living people on their money. It was something that pretentious Greek kings and tyrants did. When... read more »

 

Rare Edward VIII Sovereign Sells for £516,000

Rare Edward VIII Sovereign Sells for £516,000

An Edward VIII, 1937, Gold Proof Sovereign sold for £516,000 today achieving a world record price for any Royal Mint Coin ever produced in the UK. It was sold as part of The Hemisphere Collection of Gold Sovereigns at A.H. Baldwin & Sons... read more »

 

The Finest Silver Continental Currency dollar

The Finest Silver Continental Currency dollar

Heritage Auctions is offering, as a part of the May 16 – 17 Selections from the Eric P. Newman Collection IV Signature Auction in New York, a spectacular MS63 Continental Currency dollar in silver. This is this coin’s first auction offering... read more »

 

Upcoming Osnabrück Sale of Künker’s Masuren Collection of Rare Coins: Prussia at its best

Upcoming Osnabrück Sale of Künker’s Masuren Collection of Rare Coins: Prussia at its best

Upcoming Osnabrück sales focus on Prussian Coins, German Coins, and Russian gold….   250th auction sale of Fritz Rudolf Künker: The Masuren Collection – Prussia at its best On 2 July 2014, the Osnabrück auction house will conduct... read more »

 

Protestant Reformation Coins and Medals on Display at Wartburg Museum

Protestant Reformation Coins and Medals on Display at Wartburg Museum

Reformatio in Nummis: A special exhibition of Protestant Reformation Coins and Medals at the Wartburg, organized by Fritz Rudolf Künker By Elisabeth Doerk for CoinWeek…. The prestigious premises of the Wartburg were the location where... read more »

 

June 2014 Long Beach Expo Features: “Pawn Stars” Casting Team, United States Mint And Chinese Dealers

June 2014 Long Beach Expo Features: “Pawn Stars” Casting Team, United States Mint  And Chinese Dealers

June 2014 Long Beach Expo attendees promote U.S. and Chinese coin design…. In addition to the usual “Meet the Expert” opportunities for the public to have their coins personally examined by PCGS Co-Founder David Hall, visitors... read more »

 

EAC Coin Grading Guide Available to Collectors. VIDEO: 11:23 caticonslite_bm_alt

EAC Coin Grading Guide Available to Collectors. VIDEO: 11:23

Bill Eckberg, Bob Fagaly, Chuck Heck, Kirk Thomas and Ray Williams – Early American Coppers…….. Interviewer: David Lisot - CoinWeek.com ….. Although conceived many years ago it was not until this month that a grading... read more »

 

Fall of Berlin Wall Coin Issued by Austrian Mint

Fall of Berlin Wall Coin Issued by Austrian Mint

Fall of Berlin Wall Coin commemorates to a pivotal point in European history.   June 25, 2014 marks a significant milestone in global history as it was 25 years ago that the Berlin Wall began to crumble. The Austrian Mint is celebrating... read more »

 

Gorny & Mosch Auction Rediscovers an Old Collecting Field: Engraving Gems and Cameos

Gorny & Mosch Auction Rediscovers an Old Collecting Field: Engraving Gems and Cameos

Gorny & Mosch Auction to feature dazzling engraving gems and cameos…. AMUGS, that is how the most renowned series of numismatic monographs in Germany published by the German Archaeological Institute is abbreviated. AMUGS stands for... read more »

 

Numismatic Literary Guild Announces 2014 Writers’ Competition

Numismatic Literary Guild Announces 2014 Writers’ Competition

On Tuesday, the Numismatic Literary Guild (NLG) announced rules and categories for the upcoming 2014 NLG Writers’ Competition. Numismatic authors, who are members of the NLG and have published original numismatic work online or in print... read more »

 
 
 
 
LinkedIn