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Outstanding Early Silver Highlights Heritage Sacramento ANA Coin Auction Offerings

Outstanding Early Silver Highlights Heritage Sacramento ANA Coin Auction Offerings

Bidding is now open for Heritage’s 2011 March Sacramento Signature ANA US Coin Auction, to be held in conjunction with the National Money show in Sacramento, CA, March 17-20.  As you’ve certainly come to expect from Heritage auctions,... read more »

 

Legend Numismatics Early March Rare Coin Market Report

Legend Numismatics Early March Rare Coin Market Report

By Legend Numismatics A MAJOR ROAD BLOCK! We added up all the numbers for February and were shocked-Legend had its worst February in about 7 years! And we do VERY MUCH feel this is a good market. Understand, this is a slump by Legend standards... read more »

 

The latest Gold & Silver PAC Update from Mark Olanoff

The latest Gold & Silver PAC Update from Mark Olanoff

On Thursday afternoon (March 3rd), the House of Representatives voted 314-112 to repeal the 1099 requirement that will go into effect on Jan 1, 2012. The Senate is not likely to take up this legislation. However the disagreement is not over... read more »

 

Video NewsReturning to Gold Standards?

CNBC’s Larry Kudlow talks with Utah Rep. Brad Galvez on whether bringing gold and silver coins back as legal tender would strengthen the Dollar. Legislation is presently being discussed in Utah, Colorado, Montana, Washington, Iowa, Oklahoma,... read more »

 

Litigation Between Cipoletti & ANA Resolved And Settlement Includes Payment to ANA

Litigation Between Cipoletti & ANA Resolved And Settlement Includes Payment to ANA

The litigation between former American Numismatic Association Executive Director Christopher Cipoletti and the ANA has been resolved by settlement, which included the payment of money by Mr. Cipoletti to the ANA. Terms of the settlement are... read more »

 

Windfall Expected From The North Suffork Hoard of Roman Silver Coins

Windfall Expected From The North Suffork Hoard of Roman Silver Coins

A chance find of a single Roman silver coin in a North Suffolk field is set to bring a cash windfall to two metal detectorists and the farmer on whose land it was discovered. Instead of one coin, retired Suffolk enthusiasts Norman Howard and... read more »

 

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The PCGS list of U.S. coins & patterns valued at more than $1 million each

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The PCGS list of U.S. coins & patterns valued at more than $1 million each

News and Analysis of scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #42 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds On Feb. 15, the Professional Coin Grading Service announced an update of the “Million Dollar Coin Club,” a group of U.S.... read more »

 

Rare Coin Road Warrior

Rare Coin Road Warrior

By Vic Bozarth - Bozarth Numismatics In this month’s Rare Coin Road Warrior I will briefly discuss the strong bullion market and how it will affect the rare coin market. In addition, I will try and give you some insight into what is happening... read more »

 

The Great Coin Drought

The Great Coin Drought

By Doug Winter – RareGoldCoins.com There’s an ebb and flow to the coin market cycle. When it is in perfect, Zen-like harmony, the market works well. When it’s disrupted, the market sputters as is the case of what we are seeing in the... read more »

 

Do Young Coin Collectors Grow Up To Be Successful Adults

Do Young Coin Collectors Grow Up To Be Successful Adults

By Patrick A Heller – Liberty Coin Service Radio Broadcast transcript from WILS-1320 AM on 02/16/2011. The radio show titled “Things You “Know” That Just Aren’t So, And Important News You Need To Know” , presented by... read more »

 

Pattern Coins: 1852 PG$1 Gold Dollar, Judd-145

Pattern Coins: 1852 PG$1 Gold Dollar, Judd-145

1852 Ring Dollar in Gold, Judd-145, Thin Planchet PR68 Cameo, Finest Certified The Mint experimented with pattern gold dollars in 1852, producing those patterns now known as Judd-136 to Judd-148. The objective was to provide a larger, more convenient... read more »

 

Condition Rarity vs. Absolute Rarity in Coin Collecting

Condition Rarity vs. Absolute Rarity in Coin Collecting

By Doug Winter – RareGoldCoins.com In numismatics, there are essentially two types of coins. There are coins that are condition rarities and there are coins that are absolute rarities. A condition rarity is a coin whose value is primarily... read more »

 

Double-barreled threat sends gold past $1,400

Double-barreled threat sends gold past $1,400

This move in gold right now is acutely about the Middle East “All the way to $1,440” With all eyes on Libya and the threat of revolutionary contagion across the Arab world, gold roared past the key $1,400 level this week to just under December’s... read more »

 

PCGS Exhibits First Complete Set of Certified Proof $3 Gold in Sacramento

PCGS Exhibits First Complete Set of Certified Proof $3 Gold in Sacramento

The first-ever complete set of certified proof U.S. $3 gold coins will be publicly displayed for the first time anywhere at the Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com) booth, #1101, during the American Numismatic Association’s... read more »

 

Colombian Pillar Dollar

Colombian Pillar Dollar

Until three years ago, no one even knew that the 1770 Nuevo Reino Pillar Dollar existed. That changed quickly, however, when an amazing stash of 14 coins was found during the bulldozing of a parking lot in Bogota that was being razed for a new... read more »

 
 
 
 
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