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Gold Coins With “MLD” – Multiple Levels of Demand

Gold Coins With “MLD” – Multiple Levels of Demand

By Doug Winter – RareGoldCoins.com In my 25+ years of specializing in United States gold coins, I have noticed some interesting trends as far as collector preference goes. One of these preferences is what I call “multiple levels of demand”... read more »

 

Video NewsVideo News: ANA Board of Governors Candidate Forum Sacramento

ANA Executive Director Larry Shepherd announced eleven members of the American Numismatic Association have submitted completed nominations for the 2011-13 Board of Governors election. Nine of the candidates attended an open candidates forum... read more »

 

French Mint Sold Out of New 1,000-euro gold coin, before July Release

French Mint Sold Out of New 1,000-euro gold coin, before July Release

The French Mint, La Monnaie de Paris, will issue a new 1,000-euro gold coin this summer. Reservations for the limited-edition coin opened on Friday, with hundreds of collectors queuing outside the Mint in Paris. As of today the coin has been... read more »

 

US Mint Taken to Task for Outsourcing Bullion Blanks and Attitude

US Mint Taken to Task for Outsourcing Bullion Blanks and Attitude

Four witnesses testifying before House Committee on Financial Services Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology agreed that the US MINT loses at least one third of their bullion coin sales because they cannot meet demand.. “The... read more »

 

Rare Coin Road Warrior with Vic Bozarth

Rare Coin Road Warrior with Vic Bozarth

In this month’s RCRW, (April 2011) I am going to discuss shows just concluded in March as well as upcoming shows in April and May. In addition, I am going to discuss some critical tax issues as well as an extremely interesting dealer survey... read more »

 

New Coin Books: Early Quarter Dollars of the United States Mint 1796-1838

New Coin Books: Early Quarter Dollars of the United States Mint 1796-1838

Early Quarter Dollars of the United States Mint 1796-1838    is the culmination of over a decade of research by the authors into the early quarters from the first US Mint. Rory has spent countless hours photographing many of the most amazing... read more »

 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOCIETY UNVEILS MANTIS: A MAJOR NUMISMATIC RESEARCH TOOL

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOCIETY UNVEILS MANTIS: A MAJOR NUMISMATIC RESEARCH TOOL

American Numismatic Society Director Ute Wartenberg Kagan today unveiled the new interactive ANS collection search tool, MANTIS (http://numismatics.org/search). MANTIS (Mantis: A Numismatic Technologies Integration Service) provides access... read more »

 

Legend Mid April Rare Coin Market Report

Legend Mid April Rare Coin Market Report

BUY GOLD COINS NOW (SORT OF)! We  do not know or project if gold will make it beyond $1,500.00 per ounce. What we do see is something we can not believe: PRICES/PREMIUMS OF MOST GENERIC GOLD COINS HAVE ACTUALLY FALLEN RECENTLY! Most of the... read more »

 

Coin Profile: Proof 1860 $20 Double Eagle

Coin Profile: Proof 1860 $20 Double Eagle

1860 $20 PR64 Cameo NGC. The Breen Proof Encyclopedia records something north of 30 complete gold proof sets minted for 1860, although the Mint during this period would also provide individual denominations upon request. The net production... read more »

 

Release of Whitman “Compass” – A New Tool for Coin Collectors

Release of Whitman “Compass” – A New Tool for Coin Collectors

By Jeff Bolte – Whitman Expo, CIO Runtime: 1:28 Looking for a specific coin or collectible at one of the Whitman Expo’s? With Whitman Compass, collectors will be able to view all the inventory of the dealers attending the Whitman... read more »

 

Reflections on the Numismatic Hobby: An Interview with Chet Krause

Reflections on the Numismatic Hobby: An Interview with Chet Krause

The varied and storied life of Chester L. Krause of Iola, Wis., is well documented in his autobiography, “I’m Chet”. In the book, Krause recalls his youth growing up on the family farm just east of Iola, and days spent in a... read more »

 

How Proof Gold Coins Are Graded Differently Than Business Strikes

How Proof Gold Coins Are Graded Differently Than Business Strikes

How are Proof gold coins from the 19th century graded differently than their business strike counterparts? By Doug Winter – RareGoldCoins.com In order to fully grasp the topic of this blog, there are a few concepts that I’d like to introduce.... read more »

 

Dillon Gage Metals President to Testify Before Congressional Committee on Bullion Coins

Dillon Gage Metals President to Testify Before Congressional Committee on Bullion Coins

Precious metals expert Terry Hanlon, president of Dallas-based Dillon Gage Metals, will testify Thursday, April 7, before the U.S. House of Representatives Financial Services Subcommittee in Washington, DC, lending his expertise to a Domestic... read more »

 

The Collapse Of The US Dollar

The Collapse Of The US Dollar

By Patrick A Heller – Liberty Outlook Newsletter People have a psychological aversion to thinking about matters outside their experience, especially if the subject would mean something negative for the future.I’m like most people, where... read more »

 

The First Stack’s-Bowers Auction, Part 1, Copper and Silver

The First Stack’s-Bowers Auction, Part 1, Copper and Silver

News and Analysis regarding scarce coins and coin markets #47 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds As I reported in my column on The Ten Leading Topics of 2010, the West Coast auction firm of B&M, a subsidiary of Spectrum, merged with Stack’s,... read more »

 
 
 
 
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