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Collecting Morgan Dollars Part I: an Overview

Collecting Morgan Dollars Part I: an Overview

by Louis Golino The Morgan silver dollar, minted between 1878 and 1921, has no real peer in the numismatic world. It is by far the most widely collected and traded numismatic coin in the world. Attend any coin show and you will quickly see that... read more »

 

82 oz. Australian Gold Nugget, in the shape of Australia to be sold

82 oz. Australian Gold Nugget, in the shape of Australia to be sold

Australia has seen numerous gold rushes in its history, mostly in the latter half of the 19th century and just after nationhood in 1901. Notable strikes occurred in the states of Victoria and New South Wales, both in the southeast of the country,... read more »

 

1895 Dollar PR67 Ultra Cameo on the Block at Long Beach

1895 Dollar PR67 Ultra Cameo on the Block at Long Beach

“A true Uncirculated 1895 Silver Dollar would be one of the greatest finds in numismatic history.” Thus begins Jeff Garrett and Ron Guth’s discussion of the issue, listed as number 76 in 100 Greatest U.S. Coins. The authors... read more »

 

Hyperinflation, Gold Confiscation or Gold Standard Coming Soon? ….Maybe

Hyperinflation, Gold Confiscation or Gold Standard Coming Soon? ….Maybe

“Hyperinflation is a certainty,” warns veteran precious metals and rare coin expert Barry Stuppler, of Stuppler & Company (www.Stuppler.com) in Woodland Hills, California. He is President of the California Coin & Bullion... read more »

 

Mint State Gold Daily Market Update 5/20/11

Mint State Gold Daily Market Update 5/20/11

GOLD Gold rallied sharply today, closing at $1,514.90, up $20.20 an ounce on high volume for a Friday. I can think of at least 20 reasons you need to build up your gold holding right now, but the #1 reason is that the World Governments Central... read more »

 

Gold Demand Trends first quarter 2011

Gold Demand Trends first quarter 2011

The outlook for global gold demand remains robust throughout 2011 against a background of another strong quarter, the geographic and sectoral diversity of demand and strong fundamentals. Demand for gold in the rest of 2011 will be driven by... read more »

 

US Mint News Roundup – 2011 Proof Buffalo, Grant Presidential Dollar, Platinum Proof Eagle, Yellowstone 5 oz ATB

US Mint News Roundup – 2011 Proof Buffalo, Grant Presidential Dollar, Platinum Proof Eagle, Yellowstone 5 oz ATB

2011 American Buffalo Gold Proof Coin Now Available The United States Mint will begin accepting orders for the 2011 American Buffalo Gold Proof Coin on May 19 at noon Eastern Time (ET). There is no mintage or household order limit for this... read more »

 

Coin Markets: What’s Hot and What’s Not – Spring 2011

Coin Markets: What’s Hot and What’s Not – Spring 2011

By Doug Winter – RareGoldCoins.com - One of the more popular entries in the DWN Blogospehere is the “Hot/Not” feature. Its been a while since I’ve written one of these, and with groundbreaking ideas not exactly teeming in my little... read more »

 

Mint State Gold Daily Market Update 5/18/11

Mint State Gold Daily Market Update 5/18/11

GOLD Gold was up $9.70 an ounce today, closing the day’s trading at $1,494.10 on average volume. Gold did benefit from increased buying overnight in India and China, supported by higher Crude Oil and equities prices in the world’s financial... read more »

 

GreatCollections To Auction a Newly Discovered Mint State 1842-O $10 Gold Eagle

GreatCollections To Auction a Newly Discovered Mint State 1842-O $10 Gold Eagle

Discovery Ranks Among the Finest Known. GreatCollections is proud to auction a newly discovered Mint State 1842-O Eagle, which ranks among the finest known. The coin was originally purchased in the early 1960s for $225 at Woodward and Lothrop,... read more »

 

Through the Numismatic Glass: Two Cents Worth

Through the Numismatic Glass: Two Cents Worth

by Dr. Thomas F. Fitzgerald – The California Numismatist Almost 60 years had passed since the two-cent piece was first proposed by a Senator in 1806. In 1864 this denomination finally became a reality during the coinage problems as a result... read more »

 

Collecting Three Cent Nickels

Collecting Three Cent Nickels

News and Analysis of scarce coins, markets, and coin collecting #53 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds More than twenty years ago, there was a rage for Three Cent Nickels. During the rare coin boom from 2002 to 2008, however, hardly anyone mentioned... read more »

 

Baldwin’s Presents The David Heuer Collection of Ancient Coins

Baldwin’s Presents The David Heuer Collection of Ancient Coins

Baldwin’s are delighted to be offering The David Heuer Collection of Ancient Greek and Roman, British and Foreign coins as part of their 4th June Argentum auction.  The collection comprises 151 lots amassed by the Heuer family during the... read more »

 

Heritage-Gemini Ancients sales net $3.4 million, part of Heritage’s $9.6+ million CICF Auction

Heritage-Gemini Ancients sales net $3.4 million, part of Heritage’s $9.6+ million CICF Auction

Silver tetradrachm of Naxos in Sicily brings $174,800 to lead the way A spectacular silver tetradrachm of Naxos in Sicily, struck circa 415 BC, brought $174,800 and a gold medallion of the Roman Emperor Constantius  II fetched $126,500 at the... read more »

 

A Gold Coin Treasure in San Pedro Bay? – or – Just Another Tale of Wells Fargo?

A Gold Coin Treasure in San Pedro Bay? – or – Just Another Tale of Wells Fargo?

by Walt Ostromecki, NLG – The California Numismatist Forward According to early Southern California lore and legend, there lies a fortune in gold ore, bars and coins still buried deep in the cold murky mud on the ocean bottom of the San... read more »

 
 
 
 
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