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American Numismatic Society News and Update. VIDEO: 4:28. caticonslite_bm_alt

American Numismatic Society News and Update. VIDEO: 4:28.

Ute Wartenberg, Executive Director, American Numismatic Society Interviewer: David Lisot The ANS was founded in 1858 as a nonprofit coin collector organization and is based in New York City. It has one of the larger coin collections as part... read more »

 

Retail Buying Dominates Gold Action But Bullion Not Trading as Safe Haven

Retail Buying Dominates Gold Action But Bullion Not Trading as Safe Haven

WHOLESALE gold prices rose back above $1430 per ounce Monday morning for the first time since last Monday’s price drop, amid reports of strong buying in Asia, while stocks gained and US Treasuries fell. Silver meantime ticked higher above... read more »

 

Heritage Auctions Sells Canadian and Brazilian Rarities at 2013 CICF Chicago. VIDEO: 1:52 caticonslite_bm_alt

Heritage Auctions Sells Canadian and Brazilian Rarities at 2013 CICF Chicago. VIDEO: 1:52

Cris Bierrenbach, Vice President of World Coins, Heritage Auctions Interviewer: David Lisot The Chicago International Coin Fair hosts a major auction of ancient and world coins presented by Heritage Auctions. Vice President Cris Bierrenbach... read more »

 

Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio April Hong Kong Auction Results over $6.3 Million

Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio April Hong Kong Auction Results over $6.3 Million

STACK’S BOWERS AND PONTERIO SELLS MILLIONS IN HONG KONG Irvine, Calif. – Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio conducted their bi-annual Hong Kong sale from April 1-3 at the Sheraton Hotel in Kowloon. The sale featured more than 2,500 lots of Chinese... read more »

 

Scott Tappa Talks About the 2013 CICF Coin Convention. VIDEO: 4:19 caticonslite_bm_alt

Scott Tappa Talks About the 2013 CICF Coin Convention. VIDEO: 4:19

Scott Tappa, Numismatics Publisher, Krause Publication Interviewer: David Lisot The Chicago International Coin Fair (CICF) is a yearly event held in Chicago. While most coin conventions in the United States focus on American coins the CICF only... read more »

 

Colombia Concedes Point on Spanish Galleon Salvage While Resisting Claim

Colombia Concedes Point on Spanish Galleon Salvage While Resisting Claim

Lawyers representing the government of Colombia (GOC) admitted in U.S. court March 25 that Sea Search Armada (SSA), an undersea salvage company engaged in a long-running suit with Colombia, was the rightful owner of 50 percent of the proceeds... read more »

 

A Film For Gold and Silver Enthusiasts on Hard Money

A Film For Gold and Silver Enthusiasts on Hard Money

Is it possible to combine doom and gloom, sound money, good versus evil, shootouts, a creative plot and animation? That’s a summary of Silver Circle, the new film from Two Lanterns Media. The Federal Reserve celebrates its 100th anniversary... read more »

 

The Coin Analyst: U.S. Mint Surveys Customers about Possible Special Sets in 2014 to Mark 50th Anniversary of JFK Half Dollar

The Coin Analyst: U.S. Mint Surveys Customers about Possible Special Sets in 2014 to Mark 50th Anniversary of JFK Half Dollar

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek ……… John F. Kennedy remains one of the most admired and beloved presidents in American history as the 50th anniversary of his assassination, which will be on November 22, approaches. Already the Republic of... read more »

 

Singapore International Coin Fair Attracts Over 10,000 Enthusiastic Attendees

Singapore International Coin Fair Attracts Over 10,000 Enthusiastic Attendees

The 2013 Singapore International Coin Fair proved to be an unqualified success. The 3-day coin event (March 29-31) attracted over 10,000 visitors, with long lines forming before the doors opened. Business was strong for all involved, and carried... read more »

 

United States Mint Opens Baseball Coin Design Competition

United States Mint Opens Baseball Coin Design Competition

The United States Mint today announced the opening of its Baseball Coin Design Competition that will culminate in the Department of the Treasury’s selection of the image for the obverse (heads side) of the 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame... read more »

 

World Coins Not Foreign Any Longer

World Coins Not Foreign Any Longer

by Jim Bisognani for NGC …… Collectors Caravan Beating A Path To CSNS; Heritage CICF-CSNS Sales Boasts Finest Known Icons; Generic US Gold A Bargain As I took a stroll outside my New Hampshire home today, in a few isolated areas, I observed... 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 April 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 question... read more »

 

Morton & Eden to Sell Coins from the Dawn of Islam

Morton & Eden to Sell Coins from the Dawn of Islam

Single gold dinar alone estimated at £280,000 Specialist London auctioneers Morton & Eden will sell three of the earliest and rarest Islamic gold coins in a sale of Important Coins of the Islamic World on Monday April 22. Struck only a... read more »

 

Numismatic Consumer Alliance Recoveries Top $7 Million For Purchasers of Overpriced Coins

Numismatic Consumer Alliance Recoveries Top $7 Million For Purchasers of Overpriced Coins

The Numismatic Consumer Alliance, Inc. (NCA) helped recover nearly $1.3 million during 2012 for buyers who fell prey to unscrupulous coin sales, according to John Albanese, founder and president of the not-for-profit watchdog organization. That... read more »

 

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: Denver Mint Barber Half Dollars of 1907, with comments on condition rankings

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: Denver Mint Barber Half Dollars of 1907, with comments on condition rankings

A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #163 ….. Barber Half Dollars were minted from 1892 to 1915. They were not struck at the Denver Mint until 1906.... read more »

 
 
 
 
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