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Uncirculated Serial Number One SF Red Seals bring $638,250 at CSNS Auction

Uncirculated Serial Number One SF Red Seals bring $638,250 at CSNS Auction

World notes, obsoletes and error notes continue strong performance in April 27-May 2 CSNS auction in Rosemont, IL Heritage Auctions’ 2011 April Rosemont Central States Signature Currency Auction #3513, held in Chicago, IL, April 27-May 2 –... read more »

 

Silver Stater of Alexander of Pherai Highlights at Nomos Ancient Coin Auction Tomarrow

Silver Stater of Alexander of Pherai Highlights at Nomos Ancient Coin Auction Tomarrow

By Paul Fraser Collectibles The sale is based on the mysterious and exceptional collection owned by an unknown ‘BCD’ As we’ve noted, coin auctioneers Nomos are holding a spectacular sale of ancient coins next week, including... read more »

 

Generic Silver – WE TOLD YOU SO!

Generic Silver – WE TOLD YOU SO!

By Legend Numismatics – Market Report It finally happened, there has been a real correction in metal markets. Gold did not come down nearly as much as silver, but then it did not run 40% in 30 days. Silver dropped 25% in 3 days! In case... read more »

 

US Coins: The $103,500 1862-S Eagle

US Coins: The $103,500 1862-S Eagle

Lost in the hubbub surrounding the recently-concluded Central States coin show and the Heritage auction held with it was a sale that I think ranks as one of the more remarkable in the rare gold coin market all year. The coin of which I speak... read more »

 

Video News: A gathering of nine past presidents of CSNS

Video News: A gathering of nine past presidents of CSNS

Central States Conventions always bring together some of the most important people in that coin collecting organization. This gathering of luminaries included nine past presidents of CSNS. They meet and share their best memories about the hobby.   Gathering... read more »

 

The most expensive Roman gold coin ever sold at a public auction.

The most expensive Roman gold coin ever sold at a public auction.

As one of the largest surviving Roman medallions, this piece is one of only two known. circa A.D. 308 8-Aureus Gold Medallion According to the auction firm Numismatica Ars Classica and as reported by CoinWorld’s Jeff Starck, ” A... read more »

 

Central States Hits the Windy City!

Central States Hits the Windy City!

By William Shamhart – NumismaticAmericana.com As you all know, I have a hard time writing, especially when I have a deadline. Since I have returned from the Central States Numismatic Society’s annual show, this time held at the Donald... read more »

 

Rare Coin Auctions, EBay, and the Games People Play, Part Two

Rare Coin Auctions, EBay, and the Games People Play, Part Two

By Vic Bozarth – Bozarth Numismatics Click here to read Part One Rare Coin Auctions allow millions of individuals the ability to buy quality coins from the comfort and anonymity of their homes. There are literally millions of coins auctioned... read more »

 

David Hall’s $10 Lib Gold Coin Collection Sold for $4 Million to Legend Numismatics

David Hall’s $10 Lib Gold Coin Collection Sold for $4 Million to Legend Numismatics

Legend Purchases the David Hall $10 Liberty Collection for Collector Bob R. Simpson Legend Numismatics (www.LegendCoin.com) of Lincroft, New Jersey, representing collector Bob R. Simpson of Fort Worth, Texas, has purchased the complete set of... read more »

 

The Magnolia Collection of Early U.S. Gold Coins, late 19th century Patterns, Trade Dollars and more!

The Magnolia Collection of Early U.S. Gold Coins, late 19th century Patterns, Trade Dollars and more!

Analysis of scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #51 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds On the evening of Tuesday, May3rd, the firm of Spink-Smythe auctioned the ‘Magnolia Collection‘ in New York. A 1795 Eagle... read more »

 

Legend Numismatics Market Report: THE CSNS SHOW

Legend Numismatics Market Report: THE CSNS SHOW

Hard to top this one. Our show started off spectacular when we were invited to purchase coins from a spectacular $4 million dollar Type set that was being broken up. Without flinching we instantly spent over $1 million dollars. No auction could... read more »

 

Why are Proof Gold Coins Suddenly a Hot Commodity?

Why are Proof Gold Coins Suddenly a Hot Commodity?

By Doug Winter – RareGoldCoins.com Without a lot of fanfare, Proof gold coins have become a strong area of the market. In this blog, I’d like to postulate as to why Proof gold coins have become so avidly desired, which Proof coins are... read more »

 

Heritage Acquires Gold Rarities Gallery, Al Pinkall Joins Heritage Team

Heritage Acquires Gold Rarities Gallery, Al Pinkall Joins Heritage Team

As part of its continuing expansion, Heritage Auctions (www.HA.com) of Dallas, New York and Beverly Hills, has acquired Gold Rarities Gallery of Bedford, New Hampshire, and the firm’s President, Al Pinkall, has joined Heritage as Director,... read more »

 

Lack of Transparency and Extralegal Governance Behind Coin Seizures?

Lack of Transparency and Extralegal Governance Behind Coin Seizures?

What started as legal proceedings in Baltimore Circuit Court to fight import restrictions on common ancient coins, has ballooned into sweeping concerns about extralegal activity, lack of transparency and threats to Constitutional rights at the... read more »

 

The Lindworm of Klagenfurt

The Lindworm of Klagenfurt

The Austrian Mint will issue today the fifth silver coin in the series “Tales and Legends in Austria”.  The new coin recounts the legend of the Lindworm of Klagenfurt, which used to hinder trade in the Klagenfurt area of Carinthia... read more »

 
 
 
 
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