Tag: Fred Weinberg
Who doesn’t dream of finding a hidden treasure in their attic or behind a wall?
Recently, a true treasure story came to light as I explored the background of a rare Carson City die owned by Littleton Coin Company. The true history of this fascinating piece began to revel itself back in 2003…
By CONECA…. The Combined Organizations Of Numismatic Error Collectors Of America (CONECA) has just sent the May-June 2015 issue of its bimonthly journal, Errorscope, to press. Members will be receiving the color version online at the beginning of May, while the black and white hardcopy version will be in members’ mail boxes soon after. […]
Sole Gold Indian Cent Known of This Date 1905 1C Cent — Struck on a $2 1/2 Gold Planchet — MS64 PCGS. Weight: 64.5 grains, the standard weight of a quarter eagle. Exactly five Indian cents are known on gold planchets, according to information available to us. Among them are three dated 1900, this piece […]
By definition, what is a cool coin? Does it have to be rare? Valuable? Sentimental? Does it have to tell a story… a cool story? If you answered any of these questions with a “yes”, this video is for you! Fred Weinberg, fascinating Morgan dollar die cap error James Sego, rare 1968 No S Roosevelt dime, PCGS […]
(Temecula, California) — Nominations now are being accepted for the 2015 Professional Numismatists Guild awards, according to PNG Executive Director Robert Brueggeman and President Terry Hanlon. “These annual and eagerly anticipated awards formally recognize achievements in various areas of the hobby and profession. We cordially welcome and strongly encourage nominations from collectors and dealers,” said […]
Fred Weinberg, President, Fred Weinberg & Co. Interviewer: David Lisot Error coins are a popular area of coin collecting. Fred Weinberg has dealt in these coins with mistakes for years. He discusses the market, what coins are being traded and what he believes the future holds for error coins. TRT: 1:42 Copyright © CoinWeek – […]