Tag: World Coins

PCGS Update for World Coin Grading

PCGS Update for World Coin Grading

Michael Sherman, Vice President, World Operations, PCGS Interviewer: David Lisot PCGS has graded United States since 1986. World coins were added later but until now have never had the prominence of US coins. Find out why PCGS is moving into world coins and what that means for collectors. TRT: 2:51 Copyright © CoinWeek – February […]

By February 15, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Great Collections Auctions at the Long Beach Expo

Great Collections Auctions at the Long Beach Expo

Ian Russell, President, Interviewer: David Lisot Great Collections is an Internet only coin auction site launched almost one year ago. Ian Russell, president, long time coin auction person and entrepreneur talks about how this new business venture has fared so far. Runtime: 2:49 Copyright © CoinWeek – February 2012 The Long Beach Coin Expo is […]

By February 13, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
State of the Long Beach Expo and PCGS Worldwide

State of the Long Beach Expo and PCGS Worldwide

David Hall, PCGS Founder, Interviewer: David Lisot. PCGS is the largest coin grading company in the world with offices in California, Paris and now Hong Kong. PCGS is also a division of Collectors Universe that owns the Long Beach Coin Expo. Hear PCGS co-founder David Hall ,in an CoinWeek exclusive interview, share some of his […]

By February 13, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
A H Baldwin to offer highly important “Bentley Collection” of milled gold Sovereigns

A H Baldwin to offer highly important “Bentley Collection” of milled gold Sovereigns

A H Baldwin and Sons Ltd are proud to announce the publication of a special preview brochure of the highly important “Bentley Collection” of milled gold Sovereigns which will be offered for sale at auction from May 2012 in three parts over 12 months. The brochure is available as a pdf document on our website […]

By February 10, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
The Coin Analyst: World Coin Market Strong at 2012 Berlin World Money Fair

The Coin Analyst: World Coin Market Strong at 2012 Berlin World Money Fair

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek Every year in February the most important international coin fair of the year is held in Berlin, Germany. It is known as the World Money Fair . This year’s event, held from February 3-5, drew over 15,000 visitors and more than 300 exhibitors. Unlike coin shows that mainly include a […]

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Ex Collection Manager at ANA Money Museum Pleads Guilty to $1 Million Coin Theft

Ex Collection Manager at ANA Money Museum Pleads Guilty to $1 Million Coin Theft

Former ANA collections manager Wyatt Yeager entered a guilty plea yesterday in Federal District Court in Wilmington, DE, to the theft of approximately 300 historically significant coins and other numismatic objects, valued at $984,740, from the American Numismatic Association Money Museum, ANA President Tom Hallenbeck has announced. This case is being prosecuted by David L. […]

By January 13, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
The Coin Analyst: 2011 World Coins of the Year

The Coin Analyst: 2011 World Coins of the Year

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek This article discusses world coins from 2011 that I believe are the best of the year either because they are significant and interesting issues, or because I think they will appreciate in value over time. It includes numismatic releases and collectible bullion coins with limited mintages. All were issued last […]

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Rare South African Coins Highlight $9 million NYINC auction

Rare South African Coins Highlight $9 million NYINC auction

A pair of South African rarities led all lots as our first auction of 2012 brought in over $9 million in New York, January 2 and 3. All prices include a 15% Buyer’s Premium. South African numismatics is hot, and the prices in this auction show why. Atop the auction results was a unique bronze […]

Krause Publications Announces 2012 Coin of the Year Winners

Krause Publications Announces 2012 Coin of the Year Winners

IOLA, Wis. (Dec. 19, 2011) – Krause Publications, a leading publisher of coin and paper money books, magazines, and other reference products, has announced the winners of its 2012 Coin of the Year Awards. Ninety-five coins issued in 2010 by mints worldwide were nominated for the 2012 Coin of the Year Awards, honoring coins displaying […]

Stack’s Bowers / Ponterio to present nearly 3,000 lots at the New York International Numismatic Convention

Stack’s Bowers / Ponterio to present nearly 3,000 lots at the New York International Numismatic Convention

Continuing a longstanding tradition, Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio will again serve as an official auctioneer at the New York International Numismatic Convention, presenting 2,945 lots of world and ancient coins and paper money during three sessions, January 4-9, 2012. Session One will offer Ancient Coins and World Gold on January 6, and Session Two will […]

By December 15, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Market for Mexican and Latin Coins

Market for Mexican and Latin Coins

Cory Frameton, Mexican Coin Company Interviewer: David Lisot Coins from south of the border are enjoying popularity with both collectors and investors. Plus these coins are some of the most beautiful ever produced. Learn more about this emerging marketplace from Cory Frameton who runs a company strictly devoted to numismatics of Latin America. 4:33 Copyright […]

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Finest Known 1892 Proof South African Pond Highlights NYINC Offerings

Finest Known 1892 Proof South African Pond Highlights NYINC Offerings

A simply magnificent 1892 South African Republic gold Proof Pond, PR65 NGC — the best of just 10 like pieces known to have been minted — is expected to bring $300,000+ as one of the principal highlights of our Jan. 2-3, 2012 World & Ancient Coins Signature Auction, an official auction of the New York […]

Coin and Auction Market in Great Britain

Coin and Auction Market in Great Britain

Steve Hill, Director of British Coins, A.H. Baldwin & Sons Interviewer: David Lisot Mr. Hill is English coin director for Baldwin’s of London. He explains the importance of the London Coin Fair and the auction they hold in conjunction with the convention. He communicates what coins are trading and the different kinds of collectors. He […]

By November 30, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Numismatic Interview – Scott Tappa, Numismatic Publisher, F+W Media/Krause Publications

Numismatic Interview – Scott Tappa, Numismatic Publisher, F+W Media/Krause Publications

Interviewer: David Lisot 6:23 Scott is in charge of one of the largest groups of numismatic publications in the world. They publish the Standard Catalogues of the World for both coins and paper money along with World Coin News, Numismatic News and Bank Note Reporter. Scott’s group also holds a paper money convention and world […]

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Austrian Mint Issues Fourth Gold Coin in the “Crowns of the House of Habsburg” Series

Austrian Mint Issues Fourth Gold Coin in the “Crowns of the House of Habsburg” Series

9 November, Vienna – The Austrian Mint will issue today the fourth gold coin in the “Crowns of the House of Habsburg” series, featuring the mysterious crown of St. Wenceslas, crown of Bohemia. The crown is named in honor of St. Wenceslas, patron of Bohemia and the Czechs. The obverse of the coin depicts the […]

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The Coin Analyst: Interview with Modern World Coin Dealer Ola Borgejordet (Part II)

The Coin Analyst: Interview with Modern World Coin Dealer Ola Borgejordet (Part II)

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek Read Part I Here 7.) Are there particular coin series or coins of a specific country or theme that tend to sell better than others? “Yes, well designed coins and really topical series tend to sell well. These are almost always based on history, architecture, or art. Personalities also sell […]

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Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio to Present More than 2,800 Lots at the Official November Baltimore Auction

Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio to Present More than 2,800 Lots at the Official November Baltimore Auction

IRVINE, Calif. – The Stack’s Bowers Galleries November 2011 Official Baltimore Auction will feature more than 8,000 total lots, including four foreign coin and paper money sessions by Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio, presenting more than 2,800 lots. In addition, there will be four U.S. coin sessions and one U.S. currency session. Lot viewing will be […]

By October 17, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Ancient Coins: How old is “Ancient”?

Ancient Coins: How old is “Ancient”?

By Wayne Sayles – Ancient Coin Collecting Blog The classification of cultures generally tracks along two interrelated lines: chronological and geographical. For centuries, coin collectors struggled with the lack of a coherent system for cataloguing the vast array of issues from antiquity through the modern era. Joseph Eckhel (1737-1798), a secularized Jesuit abbot who served […]

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The Coin Analyst: Interview with Modern World Coin Dealer Ola Borgejordet (Part I)

The Coin Analyst: Interview with Modern World Coin Dealer Ola Borgejordet (Part I)

By Louis Golino for Coin Week Ola Borgejordet is the founder and owner of Royal Scandinavian Mint (http://www.rsmint.com), a Salt Lake City, Utah company that specializes in modern world coins from almost 50 countries. It is the official North American representative for the Mints of Norway, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, and Iceland. RSM carries the full […]

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Gustav I coronation coin brings $240,000 in Kuenker’s auction

Gustav I coronation coin brings $240,000 in Kuenker’s auction

By Paul Fraser Collectibles Kuenker coins has completed its stunning series of sales offering Ancient, Medieval, German, Swedish, Russian and Chinese rare coins through the last week of September. Two sections of major private collections were on offer: the first part of the Franz Josef collection and the second section of The Julius Hagander Collection […]

Ten Attractive and Cheap World Coins

Ten Attractive and Cheap World Coins

by Al Doyle The current economic slump has forced many collectors to cut spending to the bone. Even with their allure, coins can’t compete with buying groceries and paying the mortgage or rent. So what can the cash-strapped numismatist do to stay involved in his favorite pastime? Perhaps it’s time for a little creative or […]

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Rare Russian Gold Coin Marking the Death of the Tsarina on the block at Kuenker

Rare Russian Gold Coin Marking the Death of the Tsarina on the block at Kuenker

Offered at Kuenker next week, the piece presents an extraordinary image of Alexandra Feodorovna By Paul Frazier Collectibles As we’ve reported, Kuenker has a series of exciting numismatic auctions coming up next week which including a sale specialising in Russian and Chinese coins featuring a celebration of a great Russian victory and the Julius Hagander […]

NGC-certified Chinese Rarity Tops $1 Million Mark in Hong Kong Auction

NGC-certified Chinese Rarity Tops $1 Million Mark in Hong Kong Auction

At Champion’s Hong Kong Auction 15, on August 28, 2011, a 1992 China Compass 2000 Yuan 1 Kg Gold graded NGC PF 69 Ultra Cameo realized US $1,298,000. This sale set a new world record price for a modern kilogram gold Chinese certified coin. The 2000 Yuan coin is part of a series celebrating Chinese […]

‘First Hellenistic Gold Coin Ever Struck’ To Be Auctioned In London On October 2nd

‘First Hellenistic Gold Coin Ever Struck’ To Be Auctioned In London On October 2nd

A unique gold coin of the enigmatic Greco-Baktrian ruler Sophytes, which may very well be the first ever Hellenistic gold issue, is to be auctioned in London on October 2nd and is expected to fetch £200,000. Roma Numismatics’ second public auction of Ancient Coins on 2 October will feature a unique gold coin of the […]

By September 16, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
China Coins Commemorate 50th Anniversary of the World Wildlife Fund

China Coins Commemorate 50th Anniversary of the World Wildlife Fund

The Bank of China has issued two 2011 coins commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the World Wildlife Fund—30,000 Proof 10 Yuan, containing 1 oz. .999 fine silver, and 10,000 Proof 100 Yuan, containing ¼ oz. .999 fine gold. The silver coin features a Tibetan antelope in the foreground, with a bounding herd and a snow-covered […]

By September 12, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Baldwin’s London Auction 70 Preview

Baldwin’s London Auction 70 Preview

The first of Baldwin’s two official Coinex auctions will be held on the 28th September this year and will include a spectacular selection of Ancient and British Coins, Military and Commemorative Medals and South African Banknotes, Coins and Medals. Numerous lots in the sale carry some fascinating historical references and are sure to attract a […]

By September 12, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Historic Rarities Highlight ANA Museum Showcase in Pittsburgh

Historic Rarities Highlight ANA Museum Showcase in Pittsburgh

The American Numismatic Association’s Museum Showcase, featuring rare and historic numismatic treasures, will be on display at the 2011 ANA Pittsburgh National Money Show, Oct. 13-15. The showcase includes objects from the Edward C. Rochette Money Museum and private collections. The showcase, located in Hall C of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, will feature […]

Pikes Peak Collection Featured in Long Beach World Coin Auction

Pikes Peak Collection Featured in Long Beach World Coin Auction

Heritage’s September 7-12, 2011 September Long Beach Signature World & Ancient Coins Auction contains perhaps the finest collection of rarities from around the world that Heritage has ever offered in a single auction. Included amongst these great coins is The Pikes Peak Collection, an outstanding collection of fascinating gold issues from around the world. The […]

$72,000 Gustav I coin leads Julius Hagander Collection at Kuenker auction

$72,000 Gustav I coin leads Julius Hagander Collection at Kuenker auction

Gustav’s coin has a fitting place as he was known for leading Sweden’s finances out of trouble By Paul Fraser Collectibles Kuenker coins, has an impressive series of auctions lined up at the end of September. Few numismatists could fail to be impressed by the range on offer as Ancient, Medieval, German, Swedish, Russian and […]

ANA World Mint Theater: Royal Canadian Mint

ANA World Mint Theater: Royal Canadian Mint

Beverley Letine, Vice President & COO Mint officials unveil a new series of silver coins that continue to feature an animal theme and discuss the success of previous issues. 7:26   ANA World Mint Theater: Royal Canadian Mint Copyright © August, 2011 American Numismatic Association – World’s Fair of Money August 15-20 2011 Chicago, Illinois

By August 28, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
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