Tag: 2011

Rare U.S. Coins post $196 million total at Heritage Auctions in 2011

Rare U.S. Coins post $196 million total at Heritage Auctions in 2011

Heritage posts $806+ million 2011 total sales, its best year to date; World Coins posts $39.5 million total; Record totals realized in Comics, Jewelry, Music & Entertainment, Decorative Arts and more DALLAS, TX – U.S. Coins continued to be the backbone of Heritage Auctions in 2011, as the category registered an impressive $196 million auction […]

2011 Biggest Medals

2011 Biggest Medals

By John Kraljevich – www.jkamericana.com Medals have been collected as long as coins in America, in fact, for decades they were once even more popular. Before the Civil War, far more Americans pursued medals than coins, either foreign or domestic. Medals remained popular even after the death of the large cent created a wave of […]

Spectacular #1 Barber Halves Set, “University of Rare Coins” at Sept. 2011 Long Beach Expo

Spectacular #1 Barber Halves Set, “University of Rare Coins” at Sept. 2011 Long Beach Expo

(Long Beach, California) — The number one collection in the PCGS Set Registry(SM) of Barber half dollars with major varieties (circulation strikes, 1892 – 1915) will be displayed by Professional Coin Grading Service at the Long Beach Coin, Stamp & Collectibles Expo, Thursday to Saturday, September 8 – 10, 2011. “This will be only the […]

By August 24, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Downies Presents the 2011 Tasmanian Tiger Lenticular Coin

Downies Presents the 2011 Tasmanian Tiger Lenticular Coin

Uniquely beautiful, majestically powerful and once abundant, the Thylacine was an animal like no other. Paying tribute to the last of this species, Downies is proud to announce the newest additions to their unwavering range, the 2011 Tasmanian Tiger Lenticular Coins. Showcasing an eight part moving image of ‘Benjamin’ moving from the back of his […]

By August 3, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Museum Site Selection Final Approval Renews Significance of 2011 Army Commemorative Coins

Museum Site Selection Final Approval Renews Significance of 2011 Army Commemorative Coins

Secretary of the Army John M. McHugh’s recent approval of Fort Belvoir’s North Post as the official future site of the National Museum of the United States Army affirms the significance of the 2011 Army Commemorative Coins. The sale of these historic coins will help build a facility appropriate for telling the story of America’s […]

By July 13, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
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