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Numismatic Consumer Alliance Helps Coin Scam Victims Recover More than $8 Million

Numismatic Consumer Alliance Helps Coin Scam Victims Recover More than $8 Million

The Numismatic Consumer Alliance, Inc. helped recover nearly $1 million during 2013 for consumers who were victims of unscrupulous coin sales, according to John Albanese, founder and president of the not-for-profit watchdog organization. The... read more »

 

Rare Gold Coins under $5000, Part 1: Classic Head Quarter Eagles ($2½ Gold)

Rare Gold Coins under $5000, Part 1: Classic Head Quarter Eagles ($2½ Gold)

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #211 A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds …….. The present topic is Very Fine to AU grade, Classic Head... read more »

 

Buried Treasure of 1427 US Gold Coins Certified by PCGS For Kagins Inc.

Buried Treasure of 1427  US Gold Coins  Certified by PCGS For Kagins Inc.

 Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com) has authenticated, graded and certified 1,427 U.S. 19th century gold coins that were found in eight, decaying metal canisters buried on private property in California’s gold country. The... read more »

 

Crypto-currency Crisis: Mt. Gox Hacked and May Go Bust

Crypto-currency Crisis: Mt. Gox Hacked and May Go Bust

From CoinWeek reported by Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker ……… More problems for Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, as the popular crypto-currency site was pulled offline Monday. Reports have surfaced over the last 24-hours that Mt. Gox has... read more »

 

Kris Oyster, Coin Business Veteran, Starts a New Venture

Kris Oyster, Coin Business Veteran, Starts a New Venture

Kris Oyster, a thirty-five year coin dealer and industry veteran has launched a firm: DFW Coin & Jewelry Center in Dallas, Texas. In addition, Oyster’s new firm will have a bourse table at the ANA Convention in Atlanta from Feb. 27... read more »

 

The Coin Analyst: Why I Stopped Collecting First Spouse Gold Coins

The Coin Analyst: Why I Stopped Collecting First Spouse Gold Coins

By Louis Golino for CoinWeek  In numerous pieces for this column over the past couple years, I have been to a large extent an advocate for the series of First Spouse Gold Coins. I have always believed America’s First Ladies deserve a series... read more »

 

Austrian Mint’s Polar Bears at the Schönbrunn Zoo 5-Euro Commemorative Coin Debuts

Austrian Mint’s Polar Bears at the Schönbrunn Zoo 5-Euro Commemorative Coin Debuts

The Austrian Mint has just issued Polar Bears at the Schönbrunn Zoo 5-Euro Commemorative Coin to celebrate the new Polar bear enclosure at Schönbrunn Zoo, scheduled to open in May 2014. The delightful reverse was designed and engraved by... read more »

 

Rare US Gold Coins Highlight ANA Atlanta Auction

Rare US Gold Coins Highlight ANA Atlanta Auction

Rare gold coins are featured as Heritage Auctions presents the official auction of the Atlanta ANA National Money Show on February 27-28. An accompanying live session will be held exclusively through HA.com on March 2. A 17.5% Buyer’s premium... read more »

 

Royal Australian Mint Unveils New Circulating $1 Coin Commemorating Anzac Centenary

Royal Australian Mint Unveils New Circulating $1 Coin Commemorating Anzac Centenary

The Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Centenary of ANZAC, Senator the Hon. Michael Ronaldson, and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, The Hon. Steven Ciobo MP, today unveiled a new $1 circulating 2014 coin featuring the Centenary... read more »

 

Kew Gardens 50p, the UK’s Rarest Circulating Commemorative Coin

Kew Gardens 50p, the UK’s Rarest Circulating Commemorative Coin

The Royal Mint has revealed last week that the Kew Gardens 50p coin is the rarest commemorative UK coin design released into circulation– with just over 1 in every 300 people in the UK, or 0.32% of the population, likely to find it in their... read more »

 

CONECA Errorscope March/ April 2014 Issue Highlights

CONECA Errorscope March/ April 2014 Issue Highlights

Dimes, Liberted Seated Halves, and Bi-Metallic Coins covered in new issue The latest issue of CONECA ErrorScope, CONECA’S (The Combined Organizations of Numismatic Error Collectors of America) bimonthly journal is now at the printers. The... read more »

 

2014 Warren G. Harding Dollar Coin Cover Available February 27

2014 Warren G. Harding Dollar Coin Cover Available February 27

The United States Mint will begin accepting orders for the 2014 Warren G. Harding Dollar Coin Cover Feb. 27 at noon Eastern Standard Time (EST). Orders will be accepted at http://www.usmint.gov/catalogand at 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468), while... read more »

 

A. H. Baldwin & Sons, Ltd. Announce The Hong Kong Coin Auction

A. H. Baldwin & Sons, Ltd. Announce The Hong Kong Coin Auction

As dredgers scour the seabeds of Tangasseri harbour in Kollam city, Kerala, India, in the hunt to discover more Chinese coins’ London based auctioneers, A. H. Baldwin & Sons Ltd, give buyers an easier way to buy a piece of Chinese monetary... read more »

 

The Sochi 100 Ruble Note and Other Circulating Russian Banknotes: A Brief Primer

The Sochi 100 Ruble Note and Other Circulating Russian Banknotes: A Brief Primer

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek………. Once derided as worthless during the Soviet era, Russian banknotes offer a glimpse at the country’s past while at the same time looking forward. Russian Numismatics is one of the... read more »

 

Künker Berlin Rare Coin Auction Exceeds Expectations

Künker Berlin Rare Coin Auction Exceeds Expectations

The rare coin market in Europe, much like the American coin market, is experiencing strong sales in 2014. The Künker Berlin Rare Coin Auction, held at the Berlin Estrel Hotel of February 6, was filled to capacity, and for some standing-room-only... read more »

 
 
 
 
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