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All-Time Finest U.S. Half Cent Set And Superb German Coins on Display at June 2013 Long Beach Expo

All-Time Finest U.S. Half Cent Set And Superb German Coins on Display at June 2013 Long Beach Expo

The number one finest set of all time of United States half cents from 1793 to 1857 will be displayed for the first time in public at the June 2013 Long Beach Coin, Stamp & Sports Collectibles Expo. There will also be exhibits of the all-time... read more »

 

Auction of Revolutionary War Era-1780 Rhode Island Currency Today

Auction of Revolutionary War Era-1780 Rhode Island Currency Today

An uncut single sheet, also called a “half sheet,” of American Revolutionary War-era Rhode Island currency dated 1780, and a Frank Lloyd Wright leaded glass window are among items that will be auctioned on Tuesday, May 21 from 3-11pm by... read more »

 

John Maben Talks About the New 2013 West Point Silver Eagle Set. VIDEO: 6:05 caticonslite_bm_alt

John Maben Talks About the New 2013 West Point Silver Eagle Set. VIDEO: 6:05

John Maben, CEO, Modern Coin Mart Interviewer: David Lisot……. John Maben owns a company that specializes in selling modern coins. He talks about the new innovative finish on the Silver Eagle being offered for sale by the US Mint. He... read more »

 

US Mint Releases New 2013 West Point Silver Eagle Set. VIDEO: 3:49 caticonslite_bm_alt

US Mint Releases New 2013 West Point Silver Eagle Set. VIDEO: 3:49

Marc Landry, Plant Manager, US Mint, Philadelphia Interviewer: David Lisot The United States Mint continues its efforts to create new and interesting numismatic collectibles. Marc Landry runs the plant at the Philadelphia Mint and is also Acting... read more »

 

PCGS Certifies Unique Chinese Coin

PCGS Certifies Unique Chinese Coin

  The Hong Kong Submission Center of Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGSAsia.com) has certified a unique Chinese coin, the only known Kirin Province 1910 Hsusen Tung branch mint silver 1.44 Mace (1 Mace, 44 Candareens) with an incuse... read more »

 

Coin pricing: Always a mystery

Coin pricing: Always a mystery

By C. Logan McKechnie : VamsandMore.com  [The View Vol. 2 - Issue 8] …….. When it comes to confusing coin pricing, April was in like a lion and out like a lamb. It was a month that produced the good, the bad and the downright ugly. Perhaps... read more »

 

Nevada Issued Paper Money

Nevada Issued Paper Money

By Allen Rowe  -  Northern Nevada Coin ………. In 1863 the National Banking Act birthed forward a new type of currency in the United States. These notes were issued by the government for National banks. A National Bank put United States... read more »

 

ANA Elections 2013: Board of Governors Candidate Laura Sperber

ANA Elections 2013: Board of Governors Candidate Laura Sperber

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker……… This is the fifth in a series of journals that we’re preparing in the lead-up to the August ANA elections. We’d like to thank Legend Numismatics, Inc.’s Laura Sperber for her participation. Long... read more »

 

Some Recent Trends in the Rare Coin Market

Some Recent Trends in the Rare Coin Market

By Doug Winter - RareGoldcoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner ……… If you are a reasonably long-term participant in the rare coin market, you may not have recognized the fact that the market has changed in a huge way in the last five to... read more »

 

EBay sellers—One More Scam To Watch Out For

EBay sellers—One More Scam To Watch Out For

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com ….. The advancements in digital photography and the ease of ability to post price lists and auctions on the internet have proved to be a real boon for coin sellers. ... read more »

 

New Orleans Jazzed Up For Numismatics: Stack’s Bowers Claims Nearly $7 Million

New Orleans Jazzed Up For Numismatics: Stack’s Bowers Claims Nearly $7 Million

by Jim Bisognani- NGC Weekly Market Report As I made my journey from Boston to New Orleans to attend the ANA Spring National Money Show the excitement and fervor which surrounds the numismatic world was as palpable as the oppressive dew points... read more »

 

Coin Week FAQ’s… a Q & A with Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker

Coin Week FAQ’s… a Q & A with Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker

Welcome to the May edition of CoinWeek FAQ’s Q & A with Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker! Each month, we take some of the more interesting questions from the reader mailbag and answer them in our unique, analytical way. If you have a... read more »

 

ANA Opening Ceremony 2013 New Orleans. VIDEO: 11:57 caticonslite_bm_alt

ANA Opening Ceremony 2013 New Orleans. VIDEO: 11:57

Tom Hallenbeck, ANA President Interviewer: David Lisot ………. ANA President Tom Hallenbeck greets members and collectors at the National Money Show in New Orleans. He shares what will be seen at the convention, sponsors and... read more »

 

Carson City’s First Silver Dollar Was Not a Morgan Dollar

Carson City’s First Silver Dollar Was Not a Morgan Dollar

By Allen Rowe  -  Northern Nevada Coin ………. The Carson City mint is famous for the Morgan dollars that it produced, but they were not the first dollars struck at the Carson City mint. When the Carson City mint opened in 1870 the dollars... read more »

 

Pinnacle Rarities Market Report: The Spring ANA in New Orleans

Pinnacle Rarities Market Report: The Spring ANA in New Orleans

by: Dan Duncan – Pinnacle Rarities The just concluded American Numismatic Association annual Money Show isn’t known for the large public draw of its summer counterpart. It has the great exhibits; it travels to different locations... read more »

 
 
 
 
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