Tag: Coins

THE COIN MARKET VS THE ART MARKET

THE COIN MARKET VS THE ART MARKET

By Laura Sperber – Legend Numismatics Market Report We know people think we are wrong for comparing the two. We are are NOT making a direct comparison. We’re just trying to show how cheap we perceive coins to be (especially vs art and other areas). Rare coins will NEVER have the history or appeal of […]

Interview with CCAC Member Dr. Michael Bugeja Part I: “I Am There to Promote the Hobby”

Interview with CCAC Member Dr. Michael Bugeja Part I: “I Am There to Promote the Hobby”

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek Dr. Michael Bugeja was appointed last year to serve on the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee, which advises the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury on U.S. coin and medal designs and themes. He is also a columnist for Coin World magazine, where he writes the “Home Hobbyist” column, and writes the […]

By January 28, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
FUN Coin Convention Opening Ceremony 2012

FUN Coin Convention Opening Ceremony 2012

Tony Swicer, FUN President Tony delivers the opening remarks at the FUN 57th Annual Coin Convention in Orlando. He delivers a Presidential Award to FUN volunteer Jeanne Shepherd and the Medal of Merit Award to FUN former-president Carrie Best. This convention is one of the most successful coin shows in America. Hear and see the […]

By January 6, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Coins I Never See With Good Eye Appeal Part One: Gold Dollars

Coins I Never See With Good Eye Appeal Part One: Gold Dollars

By Doug Winter – CoinWeek Content Partner www.raregoldcoins.com As I was viewing auctions lots for Heritage’s 2012 FUN sale in Dallas the other day, I got to thinking about a topic that I think most gold coin collectors will find interesting: which issues are really hard to find with good eye appeal. I’ve decided to […]

By December 29, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Coin and Auction Market in Great Britain

Coin and Auction Market in Great Britain

Steve Hill, Director of British Coins, A.H. Baldwin & Sons Interviewer: David Lisot Mr. Hill is English coin director for Baldwin’s of London. He explains the importance of the London Coin Fair and the auction they hold in conjunction with the convention. He communicates what coins are trading and the different kinds of collectors. He […]

By November 30, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
English Coin Market Update

English Coin Market Update

Eric Green – Numismatic Consultant, Great Britain Interviewer: David Lisot Mr. Green travels the world going to coin conventions. He discusses the state of the worldwide and British markets, which coin shows are important to attend, and how a collector can get started. Length: 2:32 Copyright © November, 2011 London Coin Fair Bloomsbury, England November […]

By November 29, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Numismatic Interview with James D. King

Numismatic Interview with James D. King

James D. King- Professional Numismatist, Massachusetts, United States Interviewer: David Lisot James King has traveled between the United States and Great Britain for years buying and selling coins of the world. He has seen the changes in the marketplace during this time and shares his perspective on the state of the hobby. He gives advice […]

By November 28, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Coin Collecting in Great Britain

Coin Collecting in Great Britain

Alvin House – Owner, The Coin House, Great Britain Interviewer: David Lisot Mr. House is a sole proprietor of a coin business that is based in London. He attends local coin shows and sells coins on the Internet. He talks about what collectors in Great Britain like to buy and why third party grading is […]

By November 28, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Are Gem Type Two Gold Dollars Underpriced or Overpriced?

Are Gem Type Two Gold Dollars Underpriced or Overpriced?

By Doug Winter – RareGoldCoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner I recently bought and sold a coin that I hadn’t handled in quite a few years: a Gem Type Two gold dollar. For those of us of a certain age, this is an exciting coin and one that got me to thinking: is this a type that […]

By November 28, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Numismatic Publications in the United Kingdom

Numismatic Publications in the United Kingdom

Philip Skingley – Director of Publishing, Spink, London Interviewer: David Lisot Philip heads the publishing division of Spink’s of London, established in 1666. He shows examples of some of the most popular numismatic books and talks about what areas of numismatics are most popular. length: 3:45 Copyright © November, 2011 London Coin Fair Bloomsbury, England […]

By November 27, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Numismatic Publishing in the UK

Numismatic Publishing in the UK

Philip Mussell – Marketing Director, Token Publications Interviewer: David Lisot Mr. Mussell helps distribute numismatic books and publications throughout Great Britain and Europe. In the course of his work he also travels to countries around the world to meet collectors and help promote coin collecting. He shares what publications sell the best for him as […]

By November 27, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Coin Auctions & Third Party Grading in Great Britain

Coin Auctions & Third Party Grading in Great Britain

Stephen Lockett, London Coins, Ltd. Interviewer: David Lisot Mr. Lockett operates London Coins Ltd, a coin business that trades in numismatics and includes an auction service. He is also founder of “Coin Grading Service UK,” Britain’s first encapsulating grading service. He shares his perspective on the collector market, how auction functions in the sale of […]

By November 26, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Numismatic Interview – Scott Tappa, Numismatic Publisher, F+W Media/Krause Publications

Numismatic Interview – Scott Tappa, Numismatic Publisher, F+W Media/Krause Publications

Interviewer: David Lisot 6:23 Scott is in charge of one of the largest groups of numismatic publications in the world. They publish the Standard Catalogues of the World for both coins and paper money along with World Coin News, Numismatic News and Bank Note Reporter. Scott’s group also holds a paper money convention and world […]

By November 25, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Some Thoughts on Proof Gold Survival Rates

Some Thoughts on Proof Gold Survival Rates

By Doug Winter – RareGoldCoins.com – CoinWeek Content Partner As someone who handles a decent amount of rare and interesting Proof gold coinage, I’ve been thinking about survival rates. I’d like to share some thoughts about typical survival rates and why certain issues don’t comply with the “basic laws.” First, a little background. The United […]

By November 25, 2011 1 Comments Read More →
Why People Come to the London Coin Fair

Why People Come to the London Coin Fair

Mike Veissid, Director, London Coin Fair Interviewer: David Lisot Mike recently became the director of the Fair and talks about the history of the show. He explains from where the dealers come and how the Internet has affected the market. He also discusses how he wants to improve this longtime London numismatic gathering. Length: 2:20 […]

By November 23, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Canada’s Nature, Culture and History Boldly Displayed on Royal Canadian Mint’s Newest Collector Coins

Canada’s Nature, Culture and History Boldly Displayed on Royal Canadian Mint’s Newest Collector Coins

New gold and silver coins echo Boreal Forest, Wood Bison, Orca and Peregrine Falcon commemorative circulation coin program unveiled in October 2011; other collectibles feature a one-kilo pure gold Lacrosse coin; the Nova Scotia Coat of Arms in 14-karat gold; holiday themes in colour and pure silver; and the upcoming 25th anniversary of the Loonie […]

Long-held Coin Collections Can Teach Lessons in Originality

Long-held Coin Collections Can Teach Lessons in Originality

By Steve Roach – http://www.steveroachonline.com Collectors and dealers alike enjoy buying coins that have been in long-held family collections as they are “fresh” to the market and have generally been allowed to age gracefully. Naturally toned Proof 1866 Seated Liberty silver dollar is typical of the “fresh” coins in the Teich Family Collection, to be […]

By November 10, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Perth Mint Issues world’s largest and most valuable gold bullion coin

Perth Mint Issues world’s largest and most valuable gold bullion coin

The biggest, heaviest, inherently the most valuable gold bullion coin in the world has been unveiled by The Perth Mint. Weighing one tonne (32,150.7466 troy ounces) of 99.99% pure gold, the monumental coin measures nearly 80 cms wide and more than 12cms deep.  At current Bullion prices the coin would be worth over 55 Million […]

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: Assembling Sets of Silver Coins, part 1, Dimes and Half Dollars

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: Assembling Sets of Silver Coins, part 1, Dimes and Half Dollars

News and Analysis of scarce coins,  markets, and the collecting community #78 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds The topic here is ideas for beginning and intermediate level collectors who wish to complete or nearly complete sets of U.S. silver dimes and half dollars. Advice is provided, especially for collectors who are not affluent. I […]

By October 26, 2011 3 Comments Read More →
Sedwick Announces Tenth Auction

Sedwick Announces Tenth Auction

Winter Park, FL — Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC has just opened their Treasure and World Coin Auction #10 for bidding, closing live on the Internet in four sessions on October 25-26 (Tuesday-Wednesday), viewable online at www.Auction.SedwickCoins.com. The coin lots for this auction will be available for viewing at the A.N.A.’s National Money Show in Pittsburgh, […]

The Perth Mint September 2011 Releases

The Perth Mint September 2011 Releases

The Perth Mint is excited to release a vast selection of stunning new product releases for September. The Perth Mint’s internationally renowned Australian Lunar Gold Proof Coin Series II and Australian Lunar Silver Proof Coin Series II are showcased this month, celebrating the auspicious 2012 Year of the Dragon, the fifth animal in the 12-year […]

By September 6, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Benefits of the CONECA Website for Error Coin Collectors

Benefits of the CONECA Website for Error Coin Collectors

Ken Potter is well known in the numismatic industry for his many talents and areas of expertise. His involvement and knowledge with error coins and varieties includes functioning as the webmaster for CONECA. Hear him explain what is involved in handling the website for the one of the largest organizations devoted to error coins. 3:24 […]

By September 5, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
New Market Trends Emerge from Changes in Coin Grading

New Market Trends Emerge from Changes in Coin Grading

By Mark Ferguson for CoinWeek – MFrarecoins.com The coin market is at the leading edge of an emerging trend in coin grading and coin pricing. It started four years ago with the recognition of premium quality coins by CAC, Certified Acceptance Corporation. The founders of CAC recognized that coins just making a grade were dragging […]

Status of the Liberty Dollar with Bernard von NotHaus

Status of the Liberty Dollar with Bernard von NotHaus

Bernard von NotHaus – self-proclaimed monetary architect Interviewer: David Lisot Creator of the “Liberty Dollar” and self-proclaimed monetary architect Bernard von NotHaus discusses the status of the Liberty Dollar and how the collector market views these issues. This discussion is part of a more in-depth interview that will be posted soon. 1:23   Status of […]

By July 22, 2011 1 Comments Read More →
A Look at Advanced Rare Coin Collecting

A Look at Advanced Rare Coin Collecting

By Mark Ferguson for CoinWeek – MFrarecoins.com When most people think of coin collecting, they think of filling albums with coins organized by date of issue and mintmark, or organizing boxes of encapsulated coins in a similar way. But trends of collecting have changed over time. For example, collecting coins by mintmark wasn’t a recognized […]

A solid gold ‘Euro’ – Russian coin from an old common currency brings $142,000

A solid gold ‘Euro’ – Russian coin from an old common currency brings $142,000

By Paul Fraser Collectibles It was minted by Nicholas II for a mixed currency which included France, Italy and Greece Last week, Kuenker completed their long anticipated sale of rare Russian Coins, Medals, Orders and Decorations. We focussed in on one clear highlight ahead of the sale: This was the 37 1/2 ruble (or 100 […]

Recently discovered 1842-O Liberty Eagle sold by GreatCollections for $57,970

Recently discovered 1842-O Liberty Eagle sold by GreatCollections for $57,970

Rarity purchased in 1960s for just $225 June 28, 2011, Irvine, Calif. – GreatCollections successfully auctioned the 1842-O $10 Liberty Eagle PCGS MS-60 CAC, after spirited online bidding took the final winning bid to $57,970. The winning bidder was a private East Coast collector, who has a history of buying premium quality U.S. rarities with […]

By June 28, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
NGC Ancients: The Roman Civil War of A.D. 68–69, Year of Five Emperors

NGC Ancients: The Roman Civil War of A.D. 68–69, Year of Five Emperors

By Josh Illingworth – NGC Ancients This year marks the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the American Civil War. The concept of civil war was quite familiar to the ancient Romans as well — with this in mind, NGC Ancients examines the five emperors who battled for control of an empire during the Roman […]

Sedwick announces their first “Internet Only” auction closing July 28, 2011

Sedwick announces their first “Internet Only” auction closing July 28, 2011

By Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC’s first “Internet Only” auction is now open for online bidding, closing at 9 pm EDT on July 28, 2011. Like all of Sedwick’s auctions, this one features shipwreck and world coins, particularly Spanish colonial and Latin American, as well as artifacts, documents and books (789 lots […]

Postal Inspectors Probe Gold Coin Purchases Made With Stolen American Express Cards

Postal Inspectors Probe Gold Coin Purchases Made With Stolen American Express Cards

U.S. Postal Service inspectors are investigating the fraudulent use of stolen American Express credit cards to purchase apparently tens of thousands of dollars of gold coins. “The orders are placed by phone, often for $10,000 to $20,000 worth of Liberty Double Eagles or other, large-sized gold coins. The callers have a foreign accent and sometimes […]

By June 21, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
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