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NGC Ancients: A Survey of Roman Gold — Part 1

NGC Ancients: A Survey of Roman Gold — Part 1

Posted by Josh Illingworth, NGC Ancients ……… This month, NGC Ancients examines the evolution of Roman gold coins from the end of the Republic to the fourth century. One thing that has remained constant throughout history... read more »

 

Coin Collecting Strategies: Building the Ultimate 20th Century Type Set, Part 1: Small Cents

Coin Collecting Strategies: Building the Ultimate 20th Century Type Set, Part 1: Small Cents

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek.com ………. Today, we’d like to discuss building a truly remarkable 20th century US Type set. Type sets enable you to assemble a representative sampling of coins over a particular... read more »

 

eBay Best Practices: Part III – Best Times for Buying and Selling Coins

eBay Best Practices: Part III – Best Times for Buying and Selling Coins

By Max Breitenbach  -  www.silverdollarco.net for CoinWeek ………. For a long time, I’ve been wondering what the best times for buying and selling coins on eBay are.  There have to be certain days of the week and times of the day where... read more »

 

THE UNDERCOVER COLLECTIBLE – 50 YEARS OF SMALL-SIZED $1 FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES

THE UNDERCOVER COLLECTIBLE – 50 YEARS OF SMALL-SIZED $1 FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES

by Al Doyle for CoinWeek ……… Why be sneaky and come up with all kinds of tricks to hide an item when the same thing can be achieved in plain sight? That’s the story of the $1 Federal Reserve note. When a piece of money is used... read more »

 

Precious Metals: Expanding Chinese Yuan International Exchange Hurts US Dollar Demand

Precious Metals: Expanding Chinese Yuan International Exchange Hurts US Dollar Demand

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com ….. On October 10, the People’s Bank of China signed a three-year $60 billion currency swap agreement with the European Central Bank.  This followed the October... read more »

 

Coin Books: Coin Collecting in Retirement & Managing an Inherited Collection.

Coin Books: Coin Collecting in Retirement & Managing an Inherited Collection.

Carlisle Development Corporation announces the release of a new book: The softcover edition is available at carlisledevelopment.com at $19.95. The book is also available in eBook formats at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com and other eBook... read more »

 

Collecting Insights for the Standing Liberty Quarter Series- Part 2

Collecting Insights for the Standing Liberty Quarter Series- Part 2

By Kathleen Duncan – Pinnacle Rarities ………. Standing Liberty Quarters were struck at the Philadelphia Mint from 1916 until 1930 with the exception of only 1922, when no quarters were produced at any Mint.  Strikings... read more »

 

Ancient Coins – Julia Paula, First Wife Of Elagabalus

Ancient Coins – Julia Paula, First Wife Of Elagabalus

By Lorie Ann Hambly – Heritage Classical Coin News The sweet and seemingly innocent young lady depicted on this coin played a not-inconsequential role in the most bizarre reign in Roman history. The daughter of Rome’s Praetorian... read more »

 

Ancient Coin Collecting: The Rubber Stamp of Injustice

Ancient Coin Collecting: The Rubber Stamp of Injustice

By Wayne Sayles – Ancient Coin Collecting Blog ………. In forfeiture proceedings currently before the District Court in Baltimore, the government has prompted genuine concern about the nature of justice in America today.... read more »

 

Rare Coin Pedigrees: An Incredible Story of Colonel Ned Green

Rare Coin Pedigrees: An Incredible Story of Colonel Ned Green

Posted by Jeff Garrett on the NGC Weekly Market Report ….. The Green Pedigree is probably best known because of the association with the 1913 Liberty Nickels. Several weeks ago I discussed the recent sale of selections from the Eric P. Newman... read more »

 

Brazilian gold ingot brings $199,750 to lead Ancient & World Coins at Heritage Long Beach event

Brazilian gold ingot brings $199,750 to lead Ancient & World Coins at Heritage Long Beach event

Non-US rarities from every corner of the world contribute $10.6+ million to the record total DALLAS – A classic rarity of Brazilian numismatics, a large, 1812 Joao VI Prince Regent gold ingot of Sabara retaining its original issue certificate,... read more »

 

World Coins Auctions Realise £6 Million During Two Weeks of World Records at Spink

World Coins Auctions Realise £6 Million During Two Weeks of World Records at Spink

Spink has started Autumn in London with a remarkable two weeks of world records, historic rarities, and almost £6 million in numismatic sales. We are delighted to announce a number of record-breaking figures for some extraordinary world coins... read more »

 

Royal Canadian Mint to Design, Produce Medals for TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games

Royal Canadian Mint to Design, Produce Medals for TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games

The medals awarded to the top athletes competing at the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games will be designed and produced by one of the largest and most versatile mints in the world: the Royal Canadian Mint. “With the expertise and innovative... read more »

 

What should I collect? Tips for building a meaningful set of U.S. Coins. Part Two.

What should I collect? Tips for building a meaningful set of U.S. Coins. Part Two.

By Vic Bozarth – Rare Coin Road Warrior – Bozarth Numismatics Inc…………. During the holiday season I often reflect on the many blessings I have in my life. One of those blessings is the joy I receive from handling and looking at rare... read more »

 

Paper Money Guaranty Grades Rare Kansas City 1934C $10 Narrow Star Replacement Note

Paper Money Guaranty Grades Rare Kansas City 1934C $10 Narrow Star Replacement Note

Paper Money Guaranty® (PMG®) recently graded and encapsulated a rare 1934C $10 Narrow Star Replacement note from Kansas City. This small-size type of note is highly sought after by US currency collectors and seldom becomes available for those... read more »

 
 
 
 
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