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2009 Ultra High Relief gold $20 on the move upward

2009 Ultra High Relief gold $20 on the move upward

By Steve Roach - http://www.steveroachonline.com First published in the April 4, 2011, Special Edition of Coin World One of the bigger winners among the recent issues produced by the U.S. Mint is the 2009 Saint-Gaudens, Ultra High Relief gold... read more »

 

Sometimes when we’re wrong it’s a good thing

Sometimes when we’re wrong it’s a good thing

By William Shamhart – Numismatic Americana When Christine and I talked about the ANA’s spring show in Sacramento, we didn’t really expect much. I knew that there would be a large group of east coast dealers who wouldn’t attend,... read more »

 

1796 Half Dollar Leads $9.68 million Sacramento Coin Auction

1796 Half Dollar Leads $9.68 million Sacramento Coin Auction

Early rarities and gold add up to strong showing for March 17-20 ANA offerings at the Sacramento, CA Convention Center It was a 1796 Half Dollar, 15 Stars AU58 PCGS, a stunning coin featuring one of the rarest designs in all of U.S. coinage,... read more »

 

Larry Shepherd talks about ANA Membership, Past Litigation and the 2011 ANA show in Chicago

Larry Shepherd talks about ANA Membership, Past Litigation and the 2011 ANA show in Chicago

Larry Shepherd, executive Directory of the American Numismatic Associations talks with CoinWeek’s David Lisot about the ANA membership (down 10%), issues with past litigation at the ANA, and the big plans for the upcoming 2011 Summer... read more »

 

Greg Roberts, CEO and Andrew Glassman of Spectrum Group International

Greg Roberts, CEO  and Andrew Glassman of Spectrum Group International

Coinweek meet up with Greg Roberts, CEO of Spectrum Group International at the Sacramento ANA Money Show for a brief interview on Spectrum’s operations, the merger of Stacks-Bowers and bulliion activity at A-Mark. Runtime 2:43 The player... read more »

 

US Attorney Says Attempts To Use “Liberty Dollar” As Money Is Domestic Terrorism – Von Nothaus Found Guilty

US Attorney Says Attempts To Use “Liberty Dollar” As Money Is Domestic Terrorism – Von Nothaus Found Guilty

Liberty Dollar creator and self proclaimed “monetary architect” Bernard Von NotHaus was found guilty in US federal court in North Carolina on Friday of Counterfeiting and Fraud. The Justice Department asserted that Von NotHaus was... read more »

 

Some Interesting Results From the Recent Heritage Spring ANA Auction

Some Interesting Results From the Recent Heritage Spring ANA Auction

By Doug Winter – RareGoldCoins.com The recently concluded Heritage sale was not really a stellar offering from this firm. Falling after the outstanding array of coins sold at the 2011 FUN auction and occurring before what is likely to... read more »

 

THE SACRAMENTO ANA SHOW

THE SACRAMENTO ANA SHOW

The Legend Numismatic Market Report Any locale where it takes a change of planes to get to will not draw the major dealers. You can also bet it won’t draw the crowds of buyers either. That’s exactly what happened at Sacramento. The... read more »

 

Coin Profile: Proof 1836 50/00 Capped Bust Half Dollar

Coin Profile: Proof 1836 50/00 Capped Bust Half Dollar

One of Only Six Examples Positively Confirmed to Exist; The Breen Plate Coin Writing in the 1989 edition of his encyclopedia of U.S. and Colonial proof coins, the late Walter Breen accounts for four die marriages of the proof 1836 Lettered Edge... read more »

 

Rare Coin Road Warrior

Rare Coin Road Warrior

Coin Show Reports by Viv Bozarth – Bozarth Numismatics Dear Rare Coin Enthusiast, My name is Vic Bozarth and I am the Rare Coin Road Warrior. My wife Sherri and I attend forty coin shows a year to buy scarce and interesting coins for... read more »

 

Coin Doctoring – What Has Changed?

Coin Doctoring – What Has Changed?

Hot Topics by Laura Sperber I have not written a HOT TOPICS in a while because I an burnt out from fighting about coin doctoring. At least there has been small postive steps happen. The good thing is we do have a lot of collectors more aware... read more »

 

Opening Ceremonies at the ANA Money Show in Sacramento

Opening Ceremonies at the ANA Money Show in Sacramento

ANA Executive Director Larry Shepherd presides over the Opening Ceremonies yesterday for the 2011 Spring ANA Money Show taking place in Sacramento, California. The American Numismatic Association’s 2011 Sacramento National Money Show features some... read more »

 

Coin Profile: St. Patrick Halfpenny

Coin Profile: St. Patrick Halfpenny

The St Patrick halfpenny was a milled coin minted in the 17th century in England, Ireland and Wales. The reverse design shows King David kneeling playing a harp while gazing up at the royal crown of England. One peculiarity of the harp is that... read more »

 

BBB Warns Austin-Based Coin Firms Ads May Be Peddling ‘Fool’s Gold’

BBB Warns Austin-Based Coin Firms Ads May Be Peddling ‘Fool’s Gold’

Consumers nationwide should be on the alert for advertisements from two Texas-based companies that are using newspapers to sell gold bullion coins “completely free of dealer mark-up,” Better Business Bureau (BBB) warns. The companies appear... read more »

 

New Books for Coin Collectors

New Books for Coin Collectors

One of the great things about writing is that people send you stuff and at the top of this list are books about coins. So just when you think you have seen most of everything in print a new book brightens the scene. The first is called The Secret... read more »

 
 
 
 
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