Archive for: US Coins

1877 Half Union Pattern in Gilt Copper

1877 Half Union Pattern in Gilt Copper

The 1877 fifty dollar patterns, named half unions, were struck in both Large and Small Head varieties, both types using a common reverse. One specimen of each design was struck in gold (Judd-1546 and Judd-1548) and a small number of copper examples... read more »

 

Coin Collecting Strategies: 7 Ways to Improve Your Coin Collection

Coin Collecting Strategies: 7 Ways to Improve Your Coin Collection

By Doug Winter - RareGoldcoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner………. Someone recently asked me a question that I thought was interesting and that merited a detailed response. To paraphrase this question, they basically asked me this: can you... read more »

 

US Gold Coins: Are 1870-CC Eagles Undervalued in Comparison to their Double Eagle Counterparts?

US Gold Coins: Are 1870-CC Eagles Undervalued in Comparison to their Double Eagle Counterparts?

By Doug Winter - RareGoldcoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner………. Without a lot of fanfare, we have seen the dispersal of one of the most amazing collecting of Western branch mint gold coins in the history of numismatics. So far in 2014,... read more »

 

Coin Collecting Strategies: Rarity Wins In The Long Run

Coin Collecting Strategies: Rarity Wins In The Long Run

Posted by Jeff Garrett on the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation Weekly Market Report ….. Buy the best you can afford and focus on rarity whenever possible. The recently announced sale of the Pogue collection brought back memories of the 1982... read more »

 

10 Undervalued, Affordable US Gold Coins from the Old West

10 Undervalued, Affordable US Gold Coins from the Old West

By Doug Winter - RareGoldcoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner………. Everyone likes good value when they buy coins, and more collectors than ever opt to buy coins from the two western branch mints located in Carson City and San Francisco. So... read more »

 

The Cutest of Apple Cheeks: The Jackman-Jung 1794 Large Cent

The Cutest of Apple Cheeks: The Jackman-Jung 1794 Large Cent

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #232 A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds…. In early August, Heritage will auction a group of type coins... read more »

 

Diverse U.S. Coin offering marks Heritage Summer FUN Auction in Orlando

Diverse U.S. Coin offering marks Heritage Summer FUN Auction in Orlando

July 10-13 Florida United Numismatists (FUN) Convention auction features Colonials through Modern coins DALLAS – Collectors of early US type coins will be keeping a close on Heritage Auctions’ July 10-13 Summer FUN U.S. Coins Signature®... read more »

 

Heritage Auctions Part I of Gardner Coin Collection for $19.6 Million

Heritage Auctions Part I of Gardner Coin Collection for $19.6 Million

With 3 more auctions to go, first Gardner auction was “highly gratifying.” DALLAS – The sole finest known JR-1 variety 1796 dime led all results in the June 23 auction of The Eugene H. Gardner Collection Part I when it sold for $881,250.... read more »

 

The Incredible Eugene Gardner Collection, part 2: Famous Coins in the June 23rd Auction

The Incredible Eugene Gardner Collection, part 2: Famous Coins in the June 23rd Auction

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #228 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds for CoinWeek.com …….. As was said in part 1, incredible is the right... read more »

 

Star of the Gardner Sale in NY was the 1796 10C MS67 PCGS. CAC bringing $881,250

Star of the Gardner Sale in NY was the 1796 10C MS67 PCGS. CAC bringing $881,250

The former Jimmy Hayes-John Whitney Walter 1796 Bust dime graded MS67 by PCGS with a green CAC sticker was the highest selling coin from Heritage’s Eugene H. Gardner Collection of US Coins Signature Auction held June 23rd in New York. This... read more »

 

Rare Coin Profile: 1827/3/2 Capped Bust Quarter, PCGS PR64 CAC

Rare Coin Profile: 1827/3/2 Capped Bust Quarter, PCGS PR64 CAC

The following Coin Profile comes from Heritage Auctions, which is auctioning this coin from the Eugene H. Gardner Collection, auction #1213 on June 23, 2014 as Lot 30357. There are only 9 examples known to exist. The auction catalog reads as... read more »

 

Flying Eagle and Indian Cent Reference Book Goes Digital. VIDEO: 2:20.

Flying Eagle and Indian Cent Reference Book Goes Digital. VIDEO: 2:20.

Richard Snow, Eagle Eye Rare Coin Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinWeek.com…… Richard Snow is an acknowledged expert in Flying Eagle and Indian cents. The reference book he has published on these coins for many years is now out of print. Rick... read more »

 

Coin Market Report: No Stop for the Numismatic Juggernaut; All Eyes on Newman IV Coin Auction

Coin Market Report: No Stop for the Numismatic Juggernaut; All Eyes on Newman IV Coin Auction

Posted by Jim Bisognani  for NGC ……………. Numismatics welcoming a new audience – type coins a great starting point In the event that you haven’t heard, numismatics continues to be a very exciting topic of conversation. Much... read more »

 

Rare US Gold Coins: The Bently Effect

Rare US Gold Coins: The Bently Effect

By Doug Winter - RareGoldcoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner………. As I have discussed in prior blogs, a paradigm shift has occurred in the rare date gold markets in the last two-three years. Formerly unpopular areas of the market such as... read more »

 

EAC Happening Colorado Springs 2014. VIDEO: 11:51.

EAC Happening Colorado Springs 2014. VIDEO: 11:51.

Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinWeek.com…….. Each Early American Coppers Convention begins with what is called a “Happening”. Collectors specializing in large cents, half cents, and Colonial coins set up displays with a... read more »

 

EAC Coin Convention Opening Remarks 2014. VIDEO: 16:54.

EAC Coin Convention Opening Remarks 2014. VIDEO: 16:54.

Bim Gander, President, Early American Coppers Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinWeek.com…….. Bim Gander is concluding his term as EAC president. In Colorado Springs he presided over one of the largest gatherings of Early American Copper... read more »

 

Rare Gold Coins for less than $5000 each, Part 3: 19th Century One Dollar Gold Pieces

Rare Gold Coins for less than $5000 each, Part 3:  19th Century One Dollar Gold Pieces

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #219 A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds ……… United States One Dollar Gold coins were minted... read more »

 

NGC Authenticates Newly Reported Gobrecht Brass Hub Reduction

NGC Authenticates Newly Reported Gobrecht Brass Hub Reduction

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) has authenticated a previously unreported brass hub reduction produced at the United States Mint from an eagle designed by famed US Mint Engraver Christian Gobrecht. A hub reduction represents a transitional... read more »

 

The Coin Analyst: CCAC Recommends New Reverse Design for American Silver Eagle Program

The Coin Analyst: CCAC Recommends New Reverse Design for American Silver Eagle Program

By Louis Golino for CoinWeek ………..  Editor’s Note: A complete rundown of designs considered by the CCAC are included at the bottom of this article. On April 8 the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (www.ccac.gov) held a two-hour... read more »

 

Newly Discovered Variety, Unique Example of 1855 Wass, Molitor $20 Territorial Gold to be Sold

Newly Discovered Variety, Unique Example of 1855 Wass, Molitor $20 Territorial Gold to be Sold

Heritage will be offering a newly discovered and unique Territorial Gold piece at the upcoming Central States Signature Sale April 23-7 in Chicago as Lot # 14006.  Below is the full description from the Heritage Catalog 1855 $20 Wass Molitor... read more »

 
 
 
 
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