Tag: Numismatics

Paper Money Market at the Maastricht Show

Paper Money Market at the Maastricht Show

Barnaby Faull – Director, Spinks, London Interviewer: David Lisot Mr. Faull talks about the state of the market for paper money in auction and how it has grown in popularity around the world. He discusses the best ways to create a collection and what kind of notes are easiest to sell. 3:24 Copyright © September, […]

By October 26, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Rare Coins Serve as Stellar Inflation Hedges!

Rare Coins Serve as Stellar Inflation Hedges!

By Mark Ferguson for CoinWeek – MFRareCoins.com If you’re an investor who believes high inflation is just around the corner and who sees rare coins as a terrific inflation hedge, as they’ve been in the past, now’s a great time to get into the coin market. After a block buster World’s Fair of Money trade […]

By October 20, 2011 1 Comments Read More →
Larry Shepherd Takes Position with Chicago Coin Firm

Larry Shepherd Takes Position with Chicago Coin Firm

Larry Shepherd has become senior numismatist for the firm of Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. in Chicago, Il. Larry was most recently know for his work with the American Numismatic Association as Executive Director where he worked to move the association in a new direction. Larry discusses his new position and talks his achievements in his […]

By October 17, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Richard Lobel of CoinCraft discusses Collecting Paper Money in Europe

Richard Lobel of CoinCraft discusses Collecting Paper Money in Europe

Collecting Paper Money in Europe with Richard Lobel – Founder, Coincraft, London Interviewer: David Lisot Mr. Lobel discusses the different ways that people that a person can build a collection as well as showing examples of some popular bank notes. He addresses the issues to successfully create a worthwhile portfolio. 3:14 Copyright © September, 2011 […]

By October 14, 2011 0 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, […]

Overall and Comparative Rarity Analysis of Dahlonega Gold Coinage

Overall and Comparative Rarity Analysis of Dahlonega Gold Coinage

By Doug Winter – RareDateGold.com Using the revised population estimates in the third edition of my book, it is possible to make some interesting observations and conclusions regarding Dahlonega coinage. As an example, it is possible to estimate the average number of survivors for each denomination, the percentage of survivors by grade, and an overall […]

FUN Summer 2011 Opening Ceremony

FUN Summer 2011 Opening Ceremony

Tony Swicer, FUN President
Tony delivers the opening remarks at the FUN Summer Coin Convention in Orlando. The FUN Convention is one of the most successful coin shows in America. Hear why and see the volunteers who make it all possible.

By July 14, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Basic Tools for Buying Rare Coins in Today’s Market

Basic Tools for Buying Rare Coins in Today’s Market

By Mark Ferguson for CoinWeek – MFrarecoins.com Okay, so you’ve decided that owning rare coins for economic and personal reasons makes sense. Now, how do you get a grip on how the rare coin market works? First of all, take an interest in rare coins. You don’t have to become an expert, just learn the […]

The Two Types of Coin Collectors

The Two Types of Coin Collectors

By Doug Winter – RareGoldCoins.com In my day-to-day dealings with collectors, I note at least two distinct typologies. First, there is the collector who has either been buying coins since he was a child, or who was a collector as a kid and has since rekindled his early romance with numismatics. And then there is […]

Legend Coin Market Report: FIRST HALF OF THE YEAR-A GOOD ONE!

Legend Coin Market Report: FIRST HALF OF THE YEAR-A GOOD ONE!

By Laura Sperber – Rare Coin Market Report THE POTENTIAL OF RARE COINS Our expectations of 2011 were for it to be good. Not only has it been good, we are way ahead of last years record numbers. For the first half of 2011, Legend Numismatics SOLD TO COLLECTORS (not WHOLESALED, not including auction representation, […]

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 […]

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 understanding her […]

Long-Term Coin Market Trends are Evolving

Long-Term Coin Market Trends are Evolving

By Mark Ferguson for CoinWeek – MFrarecoins.com To see where the coin market is headed into the future it’s often helpful to look back at how it’s evolved over time. When we look back at the coin market over several decades we see distinct market trends that have occurred during various time periods. For example, […]

Mike and Jim Halperin – Father and Son Working Together in Numismatics

Mike and Jim Halperin – Father and Son Working Together in Numismatics

Mike and Jim Halperin Heritage Auctions, Owners Interviewer: David Lisot Heritage Auctions is one of the most successful coin companies in numismatics. Meet the son of one of the co-chairmen of this firm who has decided to enter the numismatic market place and his father’s advice.   Mike and Jim Halperin – Father and Son […]

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 […]

Video News: A gathering of nine past presidents of CSNS

Video News: A gathering of nine past presidents of CSNS

Central States Conventions always bring together some of the most important people in that coin collecting organization. This gathering of luminaries included nine past presidents of CSNS. They meet and share their best memories about the hobby.   Gathering of luminaries included nine past presidents of CSNS Central States Coin Show Copyright © April, 2011

Reflections on the Numismatic Hobby: An Interview with Chet Krause

Reflections on the Numismatic Hobby: An Interview with Chet Krause

The varied and storied life of Chester L. Krause of Iola, Wis., is well documented in his autobiography, “I’m Chet”. In the book, Krause recalls his youth growing up on the family farm just east of Iola, and days spent in a one-room country schoolhouse and the challenges of making ends meet during the Great […]

By April 6, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
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) […]

By March 23, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Unique Items: 1830s Vintage Coin Screw Press From Frontier, Deviercy & Co.

Unique Items: 1830s Vintage Coin Screw Press From Frontier, Deviercy & Co.

In Stacks upcoming January 26th New York 2011 Americana Sale includes an extraordinary offering of a 1830s style German or French screw coining press [Lot 5231]. The consignor has done considerable research on this press and has discovered that this machine belonged to Eugene Deviercy along with Pierre Frontier, who formed a jewelry partnership in […]

Laura Sperber Hot Topics: COIN DOCTORING IS NOW ALLOWED!

Laura Sperber Hot Topics: COIN DOCTORING IS NOW ALLOWED!

First, I want to clearly state: I fully support the Board of Directors of the PNG in its fight. Since the meeting I had attended last year, they have tried to diligently work on the subject of coin doctoring. Granted, nothing has happened from their efforts, but I did not know it was the MEMBERSHIP that was blocking action.

By January 10, 2011 4 Comments Read More →
 
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