Tag: Coin Collecting

Classic U.S. Coins for less than $500 each: Draped Bust Half Cents

Classic U.S. Coins for less than $500 each: Draped Bust Half Cents

News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #329 A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds ……   Draped Bust half cents were minted from 1800 to 1808. U.S. half cents were first made in 1793 and last produced in 1857. A set of Draped Bust half cents ‘by date’ […]

CoinWeek Podcast #27: Q. David Bowers discusses the Famous Eliasberg Collection

CoinWeek Podcast #27: Q. David Bowers discusses the Famous Eliasberg Collection

CoinWeek Podcast #27: Q. David Bowers discusses the Famous Eliasberg Collection What was it like to study the famous Eliasberg Collection before it went up for sale? Louis Eliasberg assembled the first-ever complete collection of U.S. coins by date and mintmark. His collection made national headlines and captured the imagination of generations of coin collectors. […]

By April 24, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
CoinWeek: Exclusive Pogue IV Preview – 1804 Dollar and 1822 Gold $5 with Q. David Bowers – 4K Video

CoinWeek: Exclusive Pogue IV Preview – 1804 Dollar and 1822 Gold $5 with Q. David Bowers – 4K Video

In May, Stack’s Bowers and Sotheby’s team up once again to offer the fantastic coins of the D. Brent Pogue Family Coin Collection. This remarkable collection has already broken the all-time record for most valuable coin collection ever sold and the most famous of the D. Brent Pogue family coins have yet to cross the […]

Rare Gold Coins under $5000 each, Part 9: ‘No Motto’ Liberty Head ($5 Gold) Half Eagles

Rare Gold Coins under $5000 each, Part 9: ‘No Motto’ Liberty Head ($5 Gold) Half Eagles

News and Analysis on scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #328 A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds…….. Liberty Head half eagles (U.S. $5 gold coins) were minted from 1839 to 1908. The ‘No Motto’ type dates from 1839 to 1866. For less than $5000 per coin, a collector may build a […]

CoinWeek Exclusive Interview: Former U.S. Mint Chief Engraver John Mercanti – 4K Video

CoinWeek Exclusive Interview: Former U.S. Mint Chief Engraver John Mercanti – 4K Video

CoinWeek Editor Charles Morgan met up with former U.S. Mint Chief Engraver John Mercanti to discuss Mercanti’s relationship with U.S. Mint Chief Engraver Frank Gasparro; Mercanti’s approach to the coin design process; his work on the American Silver Eagle and the 1986 Statue of Liberty dollar; the U.S. Mint engraver he considers to be this generation’s Laura […]

Coin Collecting Tips – Advice for beginning collectors of U.S. coins

Coin Collecting Tips – Advice for beginning collectors of U.S. coins

News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community, #22 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds …….. [This article was originally published on CoinLink in 2011.]  There will not be a live event conducted by any of the leading auction firms of rare U.S. coins in the next couple of weeks. […]

Coin Collecting Strategies – Blueprints for Collecting Morgan Silver Dollars

Coin Collecting Strategies – Blueprints for Collecting Morgan Silver Dollars

By Dan Duncan – Pinnacle-Rarities …..   From buzzard to beau (bow) dollar, that large silver coin minted from 1878 to 1904 and again in 1921 has gone by a number of names. Regardless of the moniker, few coins have captured the hearts and minds of both collector and general public as much as the […]

Coin Collecting – A Hobby for All

Coin Collecting – A Hobby for All

By Peter Mosiondz, Jr. for CoinWeek ….   Coin collecting is one of the oldest and certainly one of the most popular hobbies in existence. Some might say that if is not the most widely followed of hobbies, it’s right up there. Young and old alike have shared the pleasures and rewards of coin collecting […]

CoinWeek Podcast 24: Issues Surrounding Legal Tender of Canadian Commemorative Coins – Audio: 19:02

CoinWeek Podcast 24: Issues Surrounding Legal Tender of Canadian Commemorative Coins – Audio: 19:02

CoinWeek Podcast #24: Issues Surrounding Legal Tender of Canadian Commemorative Coins In this episode of the CoinWeek Podcast, CoinWeek teams up with Canadian Coin News, the premier source of information about the Canadian numismatic market, to discuss “legal tender” and the issues that Canadian collectors have encountered over the years when they tried to redeem […]

By April 3, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
CoinWeek IQ: Collectors Should be Aware of Problem MS70 American Silver Eagles – 4K Video

CoinWeek IQ: Collectors Should be Aware of Problem MS70 American Silver Eagles – 4K Video

Coin Dealer and QA Check founder James Sego shares his valuable insights on the certified American Silver Eagle market and things you must avoid when buying coins that have been graded MS70 by either PCGS or NGC. We talk milk spots, the value of QA Check certification, and mistakes that could cost unsuspecting collectors thousands […]

The Engraver’s Art: Coin Design and Die Preparation at the Austrian Mint

The Engraver’s Art: Coin Design and Die Preparation at the Austrian Mint

In January 2016, the Austrian Mint gave CoinWeek unprecedented access to the inner workings of their state-of-the art coining facility. In this video, we get a close-up look at the process that the Austrian Mint’s engravers undertake to make award-winning collector and bullion coins. We get a sneak preview of two of the Austrian Mint’s 2016 commemorative designs. Finally, […]

Modern Coins – A Beginner’s Guide to Collecting Chinese Silver Panda Coins

Modern Coins – A Beginner’s Guide to Collecting Chinese Silver Panda Coins

2013 Chinese Silver Panda By Peter Anthony – Numismatic Guaranty Corporation …….   A look at how others collect Chinese Panda coins may help you get your own collection started. A walk through one of China’s coin markets will reveal an amazing number of different types of Panda coins. On one shelf you can find […]

Rare Coin Market Perks Up In The First Quarter of 2016

Rare Coin Market Perks Up In The First Quarter of 2016

By Jeff Garrett for Numismatic Guaranty Corporation…. Rare coin market shows renewed signs of life. The recently concluded ANA National Money Show in Dallas, Texas, did not have stellar public attendance. In spite of this, most of the dealers participating had a wonderful show. The market for rare coins seems to have come to life […]

Coin Collecting Strategies – The Type Collector’s Dilemma

Coin Collecting Strategies – The Type Collector’s Dilemma

By Doug Winter – RareGoldcoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner ……   I had an interesting conversation with a collector earlier this week about coin collecting strategies, a subject with widespread interest. I think it bears repeating and it deserves some discussion. After reading this, I hope you will share some of your comments/thoughts below. The collector I […]

CoinWeek Podcast #22: Coin Profile: 1931-S Lincoln Cent

CoinWeek Podcast #22: Coin Profile: 1931-S Lincoln Cent

CoinWeek Podcast #22: Coin Profile: 1931-S Lincoln Cent The 1931-S Lincoln Cent is a semi-key issue in one of the most popular collector coin series in the hobby. In this episode of the CoinWeek Podcast, we dig deep into the history of the issue and provide you valuable tips to avoid counterfeits. Mobile phone users. Stream […]

By March 22, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
US Coin Auctions – Heritage ANA Signature Sale Claims $8 Million

US Coin Auctions – Heritage ANA Signature Sale Claims $8 Million

By Jim Bisognani – Numismatic Guaranty Corporation ……..   Proof Barbers Power To Record Levels; Colorful Razor Sharp Coins Hot; Collector Coins Hot Property; Metal Markets Heat Up. The just-concluded ANA National Money Show in Dallas, Texas, was a fine opportunity for both collectors and dealers to meet, deal, trade and assess the present state […]

Draped Bust 1807 Half Dollars, with mention of a Gem Quality Coin ‘in the news’!

Draped Bust 1807 Half Dollars, with mention of a Gem Quality Coin ‘in the news’!

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community, #323 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds   Though more than two hundred years old, 1807 Draped Bust half dollars are not rare and are available to collectors in a range of grades and states of preservation. […]

Coin Collecting Strategies – Is it time to add ancient coins to the portfolio?

Coin Collecting Strategies – Is it time to add ancient coins to the portfolio?

By Timothy O’Fallon ….  Gibraltar Coins & Precious Metals ……..   The Rare Coin Market’s Rising Credibility In 2011, gold hit nearly $1,900.00 an ounce and silver topped out at nearly $50.00 an ounce. Bullion (and older coins worth close to bullion value) were all the rage. You might remember the bold predictions some made about […]

US Gold Coins under $5000 – Liberty Head Quarter Eagles from the 1840s

US Gold Coins under $5000 – Liberty Head Quarter Eagles from the 1840s

News and Analysis regarding coins,  markets, and the collecting community #322 A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds ………   Liberty Head quarter eagles (U.S. $2½ gold coins) were minted from 1840 to 1907. It is practical and logical to limit this discussion to those from the 1840s. During the first decade of this type, […]

Ancient Coin Collecting – An Intellectual Curiosity

Ancient Coin Collecting – An Intellectual Curiosity

By Wayne G. Sayles ……….   “We treat all stakeholders with a vested interest in the site with the same intellectual curiosity, which means we interact with and learn from local populations, dealers, collectors, looters, government employees, archaeologists, museum professionals, tourists, and customs agents.“ Morag Kersal, Archaeologist and Assistant Professor at DePaul University http://www.pasthorizonspr.com/index.php/archives/02/2016/monitoring-looting-in-jordan-using-drones Treating […]

US Coin Market – Expert Advice – The Re-Branding of Rare Coins

US Coin Market – Expert Advice – The Re-Branding of Rare Coins

By Dan Duncan – Pinnacle-Rarities.com ……   Three Old School Rules to Protect New Rare Coin Buyers I began my career in numismatics during the late eighties. Rare coins were undergoing somewhat of a renaissance. Third party grading and encapsulation had begun in earnest. The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS), the American Numismatics Association Certifications […]

CoinWeek IQ: The Vienna Philharmonic Silver Coin: From Planchets to Monster Boxes – 4K Video

CoinWeek IQ: The Vienna Philharmonic Silver Coin: From Planchets to Monster Boxes – 4K Video

In January 2016, the Austrian Mint gave CoinWeek unprecedented access to the inner workings of their state-of-the art coining facility. In this video, we share we share with you the entire minting process for the silver Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin. Silver stackers and coin collectors will be intrigued to learn about the entirely automated process by which the Silver […]

Coin Collecting Strategy – Building a Type Set as a Rare Coin Investment

Coin Collecting Strategy – Building a Type Set as a Rare Coin Investment

By Mark Ferguson for CoinWeek – MFrarecoins.com …….   In general, segments of the coin market appreciate together, rather than by specific coin issues that pull away from the rest of the pack – such as 1909-S VDB Lincoln cents, 1889-CC Morgan silver dollars or 1911-D $2.50 gold coins, for example. Instead, during various time periods, […]

Coin Collecting Strategies – Making The Transition from Coin Investor to Coin Collector

Coin Collecting Strategies – Making The Transition from Coin Investor to Coin Collector

By Al Doyle for CoinWeek ……….   How does a person move from being a bullion investor to a collector? It’s not an either/or choice, as both options can be pursued simultaneously. Genuine concern about the declining value of the dollar is what normally motivates investors to purchase gold and silver. The beaming luster, various […]

By February 29, 2016 1 Comments Read More →
Choosing a Key Date Clad Roosevelt Dime

Choosing a Key Date Clad Roosevelt Dime

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek.com ….   We are 47 years into the clad era and the dust is yet to settle. Even though there’s a lot of action to be had, it seems the hobby as a whole can give the clad era one great big shrug of the shoulders. We […]

What Gives a Rare Coin Its Significance?

What Gives a Rare Coin Its Significance?

By Mark Ferguson for CoinWeek – MFrarecoins.com …..   “They’re just pieces of metal,” Elvira Clain-Stefanelli, the late curator of the National Numismatic Collection at the Smithsonian, once told me as she showed me a tray containing major U.S. rarities, like a 1913 Liberty nickel and an 1804 silver dollar, among others. I had trouble […]

By February 26, 2016 1 Comments Read More →
Coin Collecting Strategies – Building Short Sets of Popular Coin Series

Coin Collecting Strategies – Building Short Sets of Popular Coin Series

A Series on Budget Coin Collecting where anyone can enjoy building a collection of coins By Al Doyle for CoinWeek.com ….   For many collectors, the possibility of putting together a complete date and mintmark set of any older series is next to zero. High-priced key dates are the obstacle that can’t be overcome by […]

By February 26, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
CoinWeek Podcast #19: Collecting Dimes – Audio: 20:55

CoinWeek Podcast #19: Collecting Dimes – Audio: 20:55

CoinWeek Podcast #19: Collecting Dimes Award-winning numismatic author and coin market analyst Greg Reynolds provides weekly analysis on the rare coin market and the hobby’s most important collector coins exclusively for readers of CoinWeek.com. In this episode of the CoinWeek Podcast, we adapt Greg’s in-depth guide to collecting United States dimes. Whether you are interested in putting together […]

By February 22, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Coin Collecting Strategies – Affordable Coins and Banknote Eye Candy

Coin Collecting Strategies – Affordable Coins and Banknote Eye Candy

By Al Doyle for CoinWeek.com ……   Is it possible to over-think the coin collecting game? Does it really require constant study of population reports and other data to determine the right items to obtain? Sometimes it pays to trust your instincts and gut in life, and this also applies to numismatics. When it comes […]

By February 22, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
CoinWeek Podcast #18: Lawrence Stack Talks Pogue, the Market, and a Life of Fun in the Coin Industry – Audio: 11:35

CoinWeek Podcast #18: Lawrence Stack Talks Pogue, the Market, and a Life of Fun in the Coin Industry – Audio: 11:35

A few short hours before Stack’s Bowers and Sotheby’s set a new record for the most valuable coin collection ever sold, CoinWeek Editor Charles Morgan sat down with Stack’s Bowers founder and senior numismatic consultant Lawrence Stack to discuss the Pogue Collection, the Rare Coin Market, and why this business is so much fun.   This […]

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