Archive for: Gold coins

Royal Canadian Mint Offers Rare Opportunity to Own Canada’s First Gold Coins From 1912-1914

Royal Canadian Mint Offers Rare Opportunity to Own Canada’s First Gold Coins From 1912-1914

The Royal Canadian Mint is delighted to put a national treasure back in the hands of Canadians by offering the public the unique chance to buy part of a rare collection of Canada’s first gold coins, produced by the Mint from 1912 to 1914 and... read more »

 

Unusual Items: US Mint ‘Gold Disks’ Made for Oil Payments to Saudi Arabia

Unusual Items: US Mint ‘Gold Disks’ Made for Oil Payments to Saudi Arabia

One of the things we find most exciting about reporting on the numismatic marketplace is coming across those things we either didn’t know beforehand, or finding obscure and unusual numismatic items. Just recently we came across one such item,... read more »

 

Coin Values: Buying the Jump Grade

Coin Values: Buying the Jump Grade

By Doug Winter - RareGoldcoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner ……… A few recent coin sales that were made by my firm have given me an idea for a blog that I think is interesting. I’ve written about this before so I’ll try to approach... read more »

 

Do Rising Bullion Prices Pose a Threat to the Rare Coin Market?

Do Rising Bullion Prices Pose a Threat to the Rare Coin Market?

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker Up until now, Hubert and I have kept mum on gold coins. We feel that there’s more than enough great analysis at CoinWeek to satisfy gold bugs and collectors, who are looking to ride the gold wave as it continues... read more »

 

Gold Coinage Of The Latin Monetary Union

Gold Coinage Of The Latin Monetary Union

by Al Doyle for CoinWeek.com  ………. In addition to serving as the primary gold coin in commerce for more than a century, the French 20 franc piece was the model for identically sized gold issues by other nations. Why did Switzerland, Belgium,... read more »

 

The 1898 “Single 9” Pond: South Africa’s rarest gold coin

The 1898 “Single 9” Pond: South Africa’s rarest gold coin

Most serious coin collectors in South Africa have heard about the Single 9, commonly referred to as the “King of South African Coins.” However outside of the country, it is relatively unknown, despite being one of the top five most expensive... read more »

 

The World’s Most Popular Gold Coin

The World’s Most Popular Gold Coin

By  www.southcapecoins.co.za/ ……. The Krugerrand is the world’s most popular gold investment coin. There are more in circulation internationally than all the other gold coins combined. To date, Krugerrand coins containing 48... read more »

 

Federal Judge Upholds Verdict – Switt-Langbord 1933 Double Eagles remain the “Property of the Government”

Federal Judge Upholds Verdict – Switt-Langbord 1933 Double Eagles remain the “Property of the Government”

UPDATE: U.S. District Judge Legrome D. Davis has ruled in favor of the United States Government, upholding the decision of a federal court jury in July 2011, stating: “The disputed double eagles were not lawfully removed from the United... read more »

 

Duke’s Creek Collection – Finest Known Dahlonega $5 Gold Video

Duke’s Creek Collection – Finest Known Dahlonega $5 Gold Video

A collection of many of the finest known $5 gold pieces from the Dahlonega Mint will be coming to market by dealer Jeff Garrett. Mid-American Rare Coin Galleries of Lexington, Kentucky, has been selected to broker the sale. The Duke’s Creek... read more »

 

Legend Market Report: GOLD IS ALIVE!

Legend Market Report: GOLD IS ALIVE!

Legend Numismatics Market Report by Laura Sperber Sure, have it splashed across the news and Internet that two successful billionaire hedgies (Soros and Paulson) made large GOLD purchases and watch what happens. The two billionaires alone may... read more »

 

Appearance of the Perschke Specimen of the Brasher Doubloom at the ANA in Philadelphia 2012

Appearance of the Perschke Specimen of the Brasher Doubloom at the ANA in Philadelphia 2012

Walter Perschke, President, Numisco Rare Coins Interviewer: David Lisot In 1979 Walter Perschke purchased the first offering of the famous Brasher Doubloon to be sold in more than 50 years. He has held the coin since then and has now decided... read more »

 

Rare Philadelphia Mint Proof Coins Anchor Philadelphia Event

Rare Philadelphia Mint Proof Coins Anchor Philadelphia Event

Two unusual and extremely rare Philadelphia Mint proof coins — an 1802-dated “novodel” silver dollar and a 1907 Ultra High Relief, Sans Serif Edge Saint-Gaudens double eagle – are among the highlights of our Philadelphia Signature... read more »

 

Factors That Influence Coin Prices: The Not-So-Obvious

Factors That Influence Coin Prices: The Not-So-Obvious

By Doug Winter - RareGoldcoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner Coin prices are impacted by a number of factors. The most obvious of these are supply and demand. Simply put, if a coin has a greater degree of demand than available supply, the price... read more »

 

ULTIMATE RARITIES: The Single Most Important Coin in American Numismatics

ULTIMATE RARITIES:  The Single Most Important Coin in American Numismatics

By Mark Ferguson for CoinWeek – MFRareCoins.com ……. From $505 in June, 1882 to $7,395,000 in December, 2011                 This rare gold coin has been called, “the single most important coin in American numismatics.” ... read more »

 

10 Ways to Become a Better Coin Collector

10 Ways to Become a Better Coin Collector

By Doug Winter – RareGoldCoins.com As a dealer who works with collectors who range in experience from total beginners to full-on experts, I have a fairly good idea what separates the masters from the wanna-bes. Experience, obviously, is... read more »

 
 
 
 
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