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Technology Changes How Collectors of Coins and Precious Metals Investors do Business: Modern Coin Mart Launches New Go2MCM App for iPad

Technology Changes How Collectors of Coins and Precious Metals Investors do Business: Modern Coin Mart Launches New Go2MCM App for iPad

ModernCoinMart (MCM), a division of John Maben Rare Coins, Inc., of Sarasota, Florida, has laid a benchmark in the 21st century coin market as being among the first major retailers in modern coins and bullion to launch their own iPad store application. Designed and developed by a partnership between Arkansas based Amos Digital and MCM […]

EAC 2013 Coin Convention Reception and Opening Remarks. VIDEO:  6:08

EAC 2013 Coin Convention Reception and Opening Remarks. VIDEO: 6:08

This year’s Early America Coppers Convention gathering was held in Newark, Ohio. Bim Gander, EAC president, delivers some remarks at the opening reception to a room packed with attendees. He acknowledges many of the people responsible for holding the convention and talks about next year’s event. Copyright © CoinWeek – May 2013 Early American Coppers […]

EAC Happening 2013 Large Cents. VIDEO: 4:47

EAC Happening 2013 Large Cents. VIDEO: 4:47

Interviewer & Host: David Lisot……….. The EAC Happening is the most exciting part of the annual Early American Coppers Convention. Rooms full of collectors converge to show and compare examples of some of the most rare and desirable early American coins. Large cents are by far the most popular series and this year’s gathering had […]

The Coin Analyst: U.S. Mint to Release West Point Silver Eagle Set May 9

The Coin Analyst: U.S. Mint to Release West Point Silver Eagle Set May 9

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek ……… This spring is shaping up as a busy period for the U.S. Mint and an exciting, albeit expensive one for collectors of modern U.S. coins because so many coins are being released in rapid succession. On the heels of the release of the regular and silver proof sets, new presidential and Native American […]

EAC Happening 2013 Half Cents, Colonials, & Early American Silver. VIDEO: 5:09

EAC Happening 2013 Half Cents, Colonials, & Early American Silver. VIDEO: 5:09

Interviewer & Host: David Lisot……. Three more popular categories of early American coins are displayed at the EAC Happening. Rare varieties of coins are made available for collectors to examine and learn about so they can successful build their own collections. See and hear from the experts. Copyright © CoinWeek – May 2013 Early American […]

CSNS Coin Show A Barn Burner For Numismatics

CSNS Coin Show A Barn Burner For Numismatics

by Jim Bisognani for NGC …… Heritage Triple Crown In Illinois Captures $68 Million! Finest Known NGC 1796 Dollar and 1852 Humbert $10 Each Gain Entry to Million Dollar Club! As a dynamic and exciting month of April winds down, numismatic icons are at the center of media outlets’ attention; gold and silver have been […]

David Lawrence Rare Coins Acquires the Daggett­-Parker-Brown 1894-­S Barber Dime

David Lawrence Rare Coins Acquires the Daggett­-Parker-Brown 1894-­S Barber Dime

David Lawrence Rare Coins announced today the acquisition of one of the finest of (10) ten known examples of the famous 1894-S dime. It is graded PCGS Proof 64 (Branch Mint Proof) and CAC approved for quality and eye appeal. John Feigenbaum, President of David Lawrence Rare Coins, states that the 1894-S dime “is one […]

The Coin Analyst: American Liberty Circulating Commemorative Proposal Aims to Revitalize Modern American Coinage

The Coin Analyst: American Liberty Circulating Commemorative Proposal Aims to Revitalize Modern American Coinage

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek ……… If there is one idea for improving American coin designs that appears to command a broad consensus among collectors of American coins, it is that the U.S. should mint more coins with images of Liberty on them. That is a recurring them in recommendations from collectors that appear in online forums and elsewhere. […]

New Book by Jon Amato “The Draped Bust Half Dollars of 1796-1797″. VIDEO: 4:28.

New Book by Jon Amato “The Draped Bust Half Dollars of 1796-1797″. VIDEO: 4:28.

Jon Amato, Ph.D. Numismatic Author Interviewer: David Lisot ……….. Jon Amato has worked in this publication for more than a decade drawing information from auction catalogs, price lists and dealer information. The result is the definitive work about this short lived series of United States half dollars. Jon shares what was involved in having his […]

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: Million Dollar Items Lead Central States Auction

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: Million Dollar Items Lead Central States Auction

A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #165 ….. In association with the Central States (CSNS) Convention near Chicago, Heritage conducted an auction extravaganza. During the night of Thursday, April 25, the sale of items from the Eric Newman Collection was followed […]

Stacks Bowers ANA Money Show Auction May 7-11 Will Showcase Two Old-Time Coin Collections

Stacks Bowers ANA Money Show Auction May 7-11 Will Showcase Two Old-Time Coin Collections

 Stack’s Bowers Galleries is the only official ANA auctioneer for 2013, and will present the first of their two ANA auctions for the year with the May 7-11 Official Auction of the ANA National Money Show in New Orleans, La. “Get set for one of the most important auctions of the season,” noted Chris Napolitano, […]

The Type One Double Eagle Market, An Update: Part One, Philadelphia

The Type One Double Eagle Market, An Update: Part One, Philadelphia

By Doug Winter – RareGoldcoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner ……… It’s been a few years since I’ve written in depth about the Type One double eagle market. But in double eagle time “a few years” is equal to a considerable amount of time when compared to other less popular series. This is a changing, dynamic market which […]

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The Only Known Proof 1839 Quarter

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The Only Known Proof 1839 Quarter

News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community … #164 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds Tomorrow, Thursday, April 25, during a ‘Platinum Night’ session in the CSNS auction in Illinois, Heritage will sell the only known Proof 1839 Quarter. Though pre-1858 Proofs tend to be extremely rare, there are […]

The Coin Analyst: Bullion Coin Sales Go Parabolic, and U.S. Mint Announces Suspension of Sales of One-Tenth Ounce Gold Eagles

The Coin Analyst: Bullion Coin Sales Go Parabolic, and U.S. Mint Announces Suspension of Sales of One-Tenth Ounce Gold Eagles

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek ……… In the week since precious metal prices suffered their biggest decline since the 1980’s, buyers of silver and gold coins and bars have been taking advantage of the lower prices at a frenzied pace.  That bodes well for those looking for higher prices. There are all kinds of factors that show there is a […]

The Coin Analyst: U.S. Mint Surveys Customers about Possible Special Sets in 2014 to Mark 50th Anniversary of JFK Half Dollar

The Coin Analyst: U.S. Mint Surveys Customers about Possible Special Sets in 2014 to Mark 50th Anniversary of JFK Half Dollar

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek ……… John F. Kennedy remains one of the most admired and beloved presidents in American history as the 50th anniversary of his assassination, which will be on November 22, approaches. Already the Republic of San Marino, the oldest constitutional republic in the world and one of the smallest countries, is […]

World Coins Not Foreign Any Longer

World Coins Not Foreign Any Longer

by Jim Bisognani for NGC …… Collectors Caravan Beating A Path To CSNS; Heritage CICF-CSNS Sales Boasts Finest Known Icons; Generic US Gold A Bargain As I took a stroll outside my New Hampshire home today, in a few isolated areas, I observed the last remaining crusts of snow maintaining their fleeting yet memorable presence […]

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Legend-Morphy’s April 11 Vegas Regency Auction III smashes expectations

Legend-Morphy’s April 11 Vegas Regency Auction III smashes expectations

Headliners: Marshall CC Morgan Dollar Collection, Gerry Forsythe Mercury Dime Duplicate Collection LAS VEGAS – Legend-Morphy Auctions does it again with The Regency Auction III, exceeding expectations, smashing estimates, and creating several record prices. Held at the Bellagio during the PCGS Members Only Show, aggressive online pre-bidding culminated with two and a half hours of […]

More than 150 rarities from The Eric P. Newman Collection at Heritage Auctions

More than 150 rarities from The Eric P. Newman Collection at Heritage Auctions

Pattern and experimental coins at Central States, April 25; proceeds to benefit Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society  Pattern coinage collected by Eric P. Newman, legendary numismatic researcher and founding member of the Central States Numismatic Society (CSNS), will be sold April 25 at the CSNS Annual Convention’s Official Auction, presented by Heritage Auctions in […]

How a Coin Gets Bad Karma–And How It Can Regain Its Mojo

How a Coin Gets Bad Karma–And How It Can Regain Its Mojo

By Doug Winter – RareGoldcoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner ……… I recently sold an interesting coin (details to follow) and the entire process, which was reasonably quick and painless for both myself and the buyer, got me to thinking: can a coin get bad karma and if it does what does it take for it to […]

Sonny Henry’s Auction Service Release Prices Realized for April 6th Auction

Sonny Henry’s Auction Service Release Prices Realized for April 6th Auction

The April 6, 2013  Coin & Currency Auction, & Mail Bid of the  Cheyenne Collection & others conducted by SONNY HENRY’S AUCTION SERVICE of Mendota, IL was held at the Midwest Center for Christian Living Lasalle, IL.  It was very fast paced, and exciting. There were over 100 bidders in attendance coming from Illinois, Iowa, […]

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: Many Exciting, Classic U.S. coins are not Expensive

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: Many Exciting, Classic U.S. coins are not Expensive

A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #162 ….. Collectors or prospective collectors should not get the impression that terrific, classic U.S. coins must be really expensive. People could certainly get such an impression from news reports or published commentary about great […]

Silver 101 : THE WORLD OF EXPENSIVE SILVER

Silver 101 : THE WORLD OF EXPENSIVE SILVER

by Al Doyle for CoinWeek …… What will the bullion markets look like when silver reaches $100 an ounce? Some would say the previous sentence is an exercise in optimism by silver bugs. How does $1000 an ounce sound? That doesn’t mean silver investors would rule the world if this scenario came to pass, as […]

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Stack’s Bowers Galleries Sells Over $11 Million In Baltimore

Stack’s Bowers Galleries Sells Over $11 Million In Baltimore

Stack’s Bowers Galleries conducted the Official Auction of the Whitman Coin and Collectibles Baltimore Expo, an incredibly successful sale that realized $11,922,392. Offering U.S. coins, paper money, medals and tokens, the sale featured a number of significant collections. Colonial coins paved the way, with Part III of the Legendary Ted L. Craige Collection leading off […]

The PCGS Set Registry for 19th Century Gold Collectors: Part One

The PCGS Set Registry for 19th Century Gold Collectors: Part One

By guest blogger Robert Kanterman for Doug Winter Numismatics …… I’d like to thank long-time DWN client and personal friend Robert “RYK” Kanterman for writing this excellent study on some of the potential avenues for the PCGS Set Registry which are available to collectors of 19th (and early 20th century) gold coinage. Robert’s suggestions are […]

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: U.S. 500 Unit Silver Pattern of 1783 (Type 2 Quint) To Be Auctioned!

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: U.S. 500 Unit Silver Pattern of 1783 (Type 2 Quint) To Be Auctioned!

A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #160 ….. During the fourth week of April, Heritage will auction one of two known Quints, which are ‘500 Unit’ U.S. silver patterns dated 1783. The sale will occur at the CSNS convention in a […]

Walton Family Heirs Talk about 1913 Liberty Nickel Sale by Heritage Auctions. VIDEO 6:06

Walton Family Heirs Talk about 1913 Liberty Nickel Sale by Heritage Auctions. VIDEO 6:06

Mark Borckardt, Paul Montgomery, Cheryl and Gary Myers Interviewer: David Lisot The Walton 1913 Liberty Nickel was thought to have been lost in a car crash in 1962. It was even thought that collector George Walton never owned a genuine example of this legendary rare coin. The coin was rediscovered in 2003 in a publicity […]

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Sonny Henry’s Announces April 6th Auction

Sonny Henry’s Announces April 6th Auction

PUBLIC COIN & CURRENCY AUCTION & MAIL, & Phone BIDS of the Cheyenne Collection and others. April 6, 2013 Conducted at: Midwest Center for Christian Living, Intersection of I-80 & Exit 77 599 Canaan Drive “across from Flying “J “ Lasalle, IL Inspection: 10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Auction 1:00 p.m. Selling over 500 lots Featuring:   Welcome […]

News from Legend-Morphy Auctions Whitman Expo Baltimore March 2013. VIDEO: 2:26

News from Legend-Morphy Auctions Whitman Expo Baltimore March 2013. VIDEO: 2:26

Julie Abrams, President, Legend-Morphy Auctions Interviewer: David Lisot Legend-Morphy Auctions recently secured the rights to hold their auctions at the PCGS Members Only Coin Show held in Las Vegas at the Bellagio Hotel. Julie Abrams talks about their most recent auction results and describes items in their upcoming sale. Copyright © CoinWeek LLC. March, 2013 […]

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Exploring US Proof Coinage with Jeff Garrett

Exploring US Proof Coinage with Jeff Garrett

Posted by Jeff Garrett on the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation Weekly Market Report ….. The US Mint has been striking what are universally considered Proof coins since at least 1817. As most of you know, Proof coins are made for collectors and in most cases are distinctly different in appearance to coins made for circulation. The […]

Why Do San Francisco Gold Coins Get No Love?

Why Do San Francisco Gold Coins Get No Love?

By Doug Winter – RareGoldcoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner ……… The City by the Bay gets my vote as by far the nicest city in which the U.S. Mint ever struck coins. San Francisco is a cultural hotspot with museums galore and a long history of supporting the arts. It relishes its history, isn’t afraid of […]

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