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NLG PLANS BIG CONVENTION EVENTS

NLG PLANS BIG CONVENTION EVENTS

If it’s Thursday, it must be NLG Day at the World’s Fair of Money. The Numismatic Literary Guild has big doings planned on Thursday, Aug. 7, at the national coin show in Rosemont, Illinois. At 10 a.m., the Guild will hold its annual Symposium in Room 10 of the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center – […]

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EAC Happening Colorado Springs 2014. VIDEO: 11:51.

EAC Happening Colorado Springs 2014. VIDEO: 11:51.

Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinWeek.com…….. Each Early American Coppers Convention begins with what is called a “Happening”. Collectors specializing in large cents, half cents, and Colonial coins set up displays with a specific date and variety of a particular issue. Multiple examples are available for collectors to see and compare. It is a great opportunity to […]

An Overview of the Standing Liberty Quarter Series – Part 1

An Overview of the Standing Liberty Quarter Series – Part 1

By Kathleen Duncan – Pinnacle Rarities ……… Previously published in the Coin Dealer Newsletter – Monthly Supplement, July 12th, 2013   Historical Background The entire run of American coinage received a major overhaul and aesthetic upgrade between 1907 and 1921.  Each and every denomination was redesigned, and with the exception of the two-and-a-half and five-dollar gold […]

Colorado Springs Coin Show and ANA Summer Seminar Report

Colorado Springs Coin Show and ANA Summer Seminar Report

By William Shamhart – Numismatic Americana ……. After being gone for over ten days I have finally caught up with things enough that I can sit down and write this show report.  Okay, maybe not completely caught up, but enough time has gone by that this needs to get done. Some of you may know that I have been […]

Coins – The story behind the obsession (InfoGraphic)

Coins – The story behind the obsession (InfoGraphic)

An interesting InfoGraphic from CoinSupplyPlanet‘s Blog about “Coins – The Story behind the Obsession” For those who might be unfamiliar with the term “InfoGraphics” they are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present complex information quickly and clearly. They can be fun and very creative so Let us know what you […]

Exploring US Proof Coinage with Jeff Garrett

Exploring US Proof Coinage with Jeff Garrett

Posted by Jeff Garrett on the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation Weekly Market Report ….. The US Mint has been striking what are universally considered Proof coins since at least 1817. As most of you know, Proof coins are made for collectors and in most cases are distinctly different in appearance to coins made for circulation. The […]

Silver Dollar VAM Registry Set and VAM-e News. VIDEO: 4:37.

Silver Dollar VAM Registry Set and VAM-e News. VIDEO: 4:37.

John Baumgart, President, Society of Silver Dollar Collectors. A Registry Set is a coin collection of a particular series listed for its completeness in dates and grades. This allows a way for a collector to compare how his coins match up to other collections. SSDC sponsors a Registry Set on its website. Presented at the […]

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An Interview with Anthony Swiatek

An Interview with Anthony Swiatek

by Al Doyle for CoinWeek If a professional numismatist is widely known as “Mr. Commem”, it’s obvious that he would carry a large selection of silver and gold U.S. commemorative coins issued from 1892 to 1954. That line of reasoning applies to Anthony Swiatek, but his interest in the field extends far beyond one area […]

Numismatic Theatre lineup announced for National Money Show

Numismatic Theatre lineup announced for National Money Show

The American Numismatic Association has announced the Numismatic Theatre schedule for the 2012 Spring National Money ShowSM, May 10-12 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. Below is the current schedule of talks: Friday, May 11 9 a.m. – “Stone and Mortar – The Construction of the Denver Mint 1898-1904” by Thomas Fesing 10 a.m. […]

Academics and Coin Collecting

Academics and Coin Collecting

Ralph Ross, Ph.D. Coin collecting is a great hobby for kids and Dr. Ralph Ross uses numismatics as a way to reward students that excel in their class work. Meet members of the Jack Ace High School Coin Club and the teacher who has reached out to share the numismatic hobby. 4:45 Copyright © CoinWeek […]

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PNG 2012 YN Scholarship Competition Announced

PNG 2012 YN Scholarship Competition Announced

(Temecula, California) — The Professional Numismatists Guild (www.PNGdealers.com) will provide a scholarship to a deserving young numismatist (YN) to attend the 2012 American Numismatic Association (ANA) Summer Seminar in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This is the eighth consecutive year of PNG YN scholarships for the popular, annual ANA educational programs. “The scholarship will cover airfare, tuition […]

Counterfeit Detection: 1870-CC Quarter

Counterfeit Detection: 1870-CC Quarter

by Max Spiegel, Numismatic Researcher  – With Permission Courtesy of Numismatic Guaranty Corporation The 1870-CC is the key to the Seated Liberty quarter series. Read about the counterfeit that was submitted and how our experts recognized it. One of the most interesting fakes that NGC has received in the past year was an 1870-CC quarter. […]

ANA Ends Employment Relationship with Larry Shepherd as Executive Director

ANA Ends Employment Relationship with Larry Shepherd as Executive Director

The American Numismatic Association Board of Governors today announced that it has ended its employment relationship with Larry Shepherd, as Executive Director, effective as of September 20, 2011. The vote of the Board to sever that relationship was unanimous. Coinciding with placing Shepherd on leave in August, the board initiated the process for a comprehensive […]

EAC 2011 “Happening”

EAC 2011 “Happening”

When members of the Early American Coppers gather for one of their conventions participants bring coins with them to sell and trade as well as those in their collections. On opening night of the convention everyone gathers for what is called the “Happening”where a room is set up for large cents, half cents, Colonials and […]

Twelve Months of Writing a Weekly Column on Coin Rarities & Related Topics

Twelve Months of Writing a Weekly Column on Coin Rarities & Related Topics

News and Analysis on scarce coins, markets, and the coin collecting community #52 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds While I previously wrote hundreds of articles about coins over a period of many years, I am startled by the fact that it is now been nearly a whole year since my weekly column commenced. In […]

The Re-Branding of Rare Coins

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 Services (ANACS) […]

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