Tag: Scott Travers

That First Magical Coin – How Coin Collectors Got Their Start

That First Magical Coin – How Coin Collectors Got Their Start

By Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez for CoinWeek …….   I remember that fateful day in November 1992 like it was yesterday. It was the day a well-worn, chocolate-brown 1941 Lincoln wheat cent happened into my small 12-year-old hands on allowance day. Dozens, maybe even hundreds, of wheat cents had been in my hands before, but it was […]

In Memoriam: Notable Chicago Coin Dealer Walter Perschke Passes Away at Age 77

In Memoriam: Notable Chicago Coin Dealer Walter Perschke Passes Away at Age 77

By Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez for CoinWeek …….   “Now is the time to build bridges. When the flood comes, and it will come, you need to be ready. It will be too late to prepare.” –Walter Perschke Walter Perschke, the Chicago numismatist who famously set a world record when he paid more than US$400,000 for a […]

Numismatic Books – NLG Now Accepting Entries for 2016 Writer’s Contest

Numismatic Books – NLG Now Accepting Entries for 2016 Writer’s Contest

By Numismatic Literary Guild …… Entries are now being accepted for the 2016 Numismatic Literary Guild’s (NLG) Writers’ Competition. As usual, the contest covers a broad spectrum of categories, including: books on numismatic subjects; newspaper and magazine articles and columns; online websites, articles, columns and blogs; numismatic newsletters; auction catalogs; and TV, radio and audio-visual […]

Coin Collecting – Top 10 Most Important Coin Grading Tips

Coin Collecting – Top 10 Most Important Coin Grading Tips

By Scott Travers – USGoldExpert.com …….. With the advent of independent third-party certification, many coin buyers and sellers thought all their grading worries were over. No longer would they have to scrutinize each coin they bought and sold to determine its level of preservation. No longer would they need to concern themselves with grading pointers, […]

By February 29, 2016 1 Comments Read More →
The Marvelous Pogue Family Coin Collection, Pt. 15: Reich Half Dollars from the 1830s

The Marvelous Pogue Family Coin Collection, Pt. 15: Reich Half Dollars from the 1830s

News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #319 A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds…….. On Tuesday, February 9, Stack’s Bowers, in association with Sotheby’s, conducted the third in a series of auction of the Pogue Family Coin Collection. Last week, this third auction was reviewed in depth. In […]

By February 17, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
CoinWeek: Pogue Sale III Auction Recap and Analysis – HD Video

CoinWeek: Pogue Sale III Auction Recap and Analysis – HD Video

Stack’s Bowers and Sotheby’s teamed up on February 9, 2016 to offer selections from the D. Brent Pogue Family Rare Coin Cabinet. By the end of the evening, the cumulative total of the coins sold from this and the Pogue I and II sales set a record for the most valuable coin collection of all […]

By February 15, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Primed for a Repeat? 2016 Liberty Centennial Commemorative Gold Coins and the Modern Market

Primed for a Repeat? 2016 Liberty Centennial Commemorative Gold Coins and the Modern Market

By Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez for CoinWeek….   Excitement is ramping up for the Liberty centennial 2016 gold coins honoring the vintage-1916 designs of the Mercury dime, Standing Liberty quarter, and Walking Liberty half dollar. While the United States Mint has not yet announced a release date for this trio of gold coins, many in the coin […]

Why Are 1943 Copper and 1944 Steel Lincoln Cent Errors So Valuable?

Why Are 1943 Copper and 1944 Steel Lincoln Cent Errors So Valuable?

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #306 A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds…..   Although 1909-S VDB and 1914-D pennies are often thought of as the most important Lincoln cents, the most valuable Lincoln ‘cents’ are the off-metal errors struck in 1943 […]

By November 25, 2015 5 Comments Read More →
Stickers, Grading Services and Tax Law Updates Spotlighted in New Survival Manual

Stickers, Grading Services and Tax Law Updates Spotlighted in New Survival Manual

By Scott Travers – Scott Travers Rare Coin Galleries, LLC….   The Coin Collector’s Survival Manual®, one of the best-selling and most honored hobby books of all time, has just been released in a new Revised Seventh Edition. Like previous versions, the profusely illustrated new 404-page paperback, with a 16-page color insert, is packed with […]

By October 22, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
The Specter of Coin Doctoring and The Survival of Great Coins

The Specter of Coin Doctoring and The Survival of Great Coins

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community, #301 A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds …….. Last week, the 300th installment of this series was published. I have been having a wonderful time viewing, analyzing and writing about terrific coins, many of which I […]

By October 22, 2015 1 Comments Read More →
CoinWeek Weekly Report – August 31, 2015 – Video: 7:57

CoinWeek Weekly Report – August 31, 2015 – Video: 7:57

CoinWeek Editor Charles Morgan discusses this year’s ANA World’s Fair of Money, three books that we are reading right now, and the week’s Top 5 Coin Profiles. More news and video about collecting coins, paper money, gold and silver at http://coinweek.com.     Copyright © CoinWeek August 2015 COINWeek is the most advanced independent on-line media source for […]

The Marvelous Pogue Family Coin Collection, Part 4: 18th Century Rarities Lead First Auction

The Marvelous Pogue Family Coin Collection, Part 4: 18th Century Rarities Lead First Auction

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #278 A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds…. Although most of the coins in the Pogue I sale were from the first third or so of the 19th century, 18th century rarities were the leaders in the […]

Pogue, Part 1: Postmortem, Dealer Take-Aways, and the Sale as an “Event”

Pogue, Part 1: Postmortem, Dealer Take-Aways, and the Sale as an “Event”

By Charles Morgan for CoinWeek…. A light round of applause met the $2,000,000 hammer price that lot 1128–a rare 1808 quarter eagle–brought at Stack’s Bowers and Sotheby’s joint offering of the D. Brent Pogue Family Collection. The coin, once part of Congressman Jimmy Hayes well-regarded type set, closed the door on the first of seven […]

Pre-Pogue: Bowers, Stack and Tripp Take Audience Questions

Pre-Pogue: Bowers, Stack and Tripp Take Audience Questions

By CoinWeek News Staff….   Stack’s Bowers Galleries and Sotheby’s will begin to auction the historic D. Brent Pogue Family Collection at 7:00 p.m. tonight (Tuesday, May 19), Eastern Standard Time. For select guests, official auction festivities kicked off a day early, as the two hosts invited a small gathering to a special question-and-answer session at […]

CoinWeek and Its Writers Win Eight Numismatic Literary Guild Awards

CoinWeek and Its Writers Win Eight Numismatic Literary Guild Awards

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek…   Plaques, dinner, and humor dished out at Numismatic Literary Guild Bash…   The Numismatic Literary Guild (NLG) Bash is a chance for some of the industry’s brightest and most talented writers to get together, talk about all things numismatic, and tell jokes. Lots of jokes… usually […]

World’s Fair of Money Photo Diary

World’s Fair of Money Photo Diary

By Charles Morgan for CoinWeek….   One man, one week, one camera and the largest numismatic convention of the year. This is what happens: An ANA World’s Fair of Money Photo Diary. Here are just a few of the moments I captured with my camera as I walked the bourse and took in the many […]

The Fabulous Eric Newman Collection, part 6:  Auction Results for silver U.S. Coins

The Fabulous Eric Newman Collection, part 6: Auction Results for silver U.S. Coins

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community, #195 A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds The vast majority of the U.S. silver coins that were in the Eric P. Newman Collection, plus some other coins from the same collection, were auctioned by Heritage on […]

By November 20, 2013 1 Comments Read More →
Numismatic Consumer Alliance Recoveries Top $7 Million For Purchasers of Overpriced Coins

Numismatic Consumer Alliance Recoveries Top $7 Million For Purchasers of Overpriced Coins

The Numismatic Consumer Alliance, Inc. (NCA) helped recover nearly $1.3 million during 2012 for buyers who fell prey to unscrupulous coin sales, according to John Albanese, founder and president of the not-for-profit watchdog organization. That brings the overall total of NCA’s recoveries to more than $7.1 million since it became operational in 2005 – an […]

By April 18, 2013 4 Comments Read More →
Numismatic Housekeeping: Spring Edition

Numismatic Housekeeping: Spring Edition

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek …… The Travers Article That Wasn’t In November of last year, Scott Travers and House of Collectibles published the 20th edition of The Insider’s Guide to U.S. Coin Values.  We picked up a copy and thought we’d write a review, much like we did with John Mercanti […]

PCGS Exhibits Superb Large Cents At FUN

PCGS Exhibits Superb Large Cents At FUN

More than 130 superb-quality U.S. large cents from the High Desert Collection will be publicly exhibited for the first time anywhere by Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com) during the 58th Annual FUN convention, January 10 – 13, 2013.  Visitors to the PCGS booth (booth #100) also can test their skills for a chance to win […]

By November 27, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Albanese to Head PNG Coin Doctoring Definition Committee

Albanese to Head PNG Coin Doctoring Definition Committee

The Professional Numismatists Guild (www.PNGdealers.com) has formed a committee composed of PNG members and non-members to research and draft an industry-acceptable definition of “coin doctoring.” “They will draft an exhaustive but concise definition. Coin doctoring is a crucial, perplexing issue that needs to be addressed for the benefit of collectors and dealers,” said Jeffrey Bernberg, […]

Is There a Price Relationship Between Gold Bullion and Rare Gold Coins?

Is There a Price Relationship Between Gold Bullion and Rare Gold Coins?

News and Analysis of scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #50 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds I have been asked why markets in rare or very scarce U.S. gold coins have not dramatically increased as the value of gold bullion (the price of the metal itself) has soared over the past […]

Scott Travers’ ‘Survival Manual’ Now Available in Seventh Edition

Scott Travers’ ‘Survival Manual’ Now Available in Seventh Edition

(New York, NY) – Gold and grading share the spotlight in The Coin Collector’s Survival Manual, Seventh Edition, the just-released latest edition of the perennial hobby bestseller by award-winning author Scott A. Travers. Published by Random House, this thoroughly updated 400-page book also contains two new and timely fact-filled chapters; one on buying and selling […]

By December 8, 2010 0 Comments Read More →
 
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