The trusted source for the price of rare coins. currency. collectibles.

Since 1963, the history of the Greysheet has been one of expanding series coverage to meet dealer's needs. As the publication became indispensable to the dealer community, dealers demanded even more information! The history of the coin business over the last three decades has been one of change, and the CDN has changed right along with the market. As the grading definitions changed over the years, the Greysheet changed to reflect appropriate prices for Bids using the new definitions. In 1963, it was sufficient to have Greysheet columns for XF and Uncirculated only. In 1972, columns for BU & Gem BU (MS65) began to appear, and in 1981 MS63s made their first appearance. By early 1986, the MS64 column was added; that same year, the Professional Coin Grading Service's decision to use all numbers between MS60 & MS70 extended the changes even further.

The Team

  • John Feigenbaum John Feigenbaum Publisher John Feigenbaum has been a professional numismatist since 1979. Formerly president of David Lawrence Rare Coins, John has taken on Publishing and executive responsibilities for CDN Publishing. John has written for numerous trade publications and published "The Complete Guide to Washington Quarters" in 1991. In 2014, John received the PNG Abe Kosoff Founders Award for "his steadfast dedication to the entire numismatic community". E-Mail Twitter
  • Patrick Ian Perez Patrick Ian Perez Editor Patrick Ian Perez began as a full time numismatist in June of 2008. For six years he owned and operated a retail brick and mortar coin shop in southern California. He joined the Coin Dealer Newsletter in August of 2014 and was promoted to Editor in June 2015. In addition to United States coins, his numismatic interests include world paper money, world coins with an emphasis on Mexico and Germany, and numismatic literature. Patrick has been also published in the Journal of the International Bank Note Society (IBNS) . E-Mail
  • Billie Blattel Billie Blattel Administration Billie joined CDN Publishing in August 2015 as head Administrator. Billie manages everything from the advertising calendar to subscribers. E-Mail
  • Kristin Roark Kristin Roark Administration Krissy works as an administrative assistant for CDN and CDN Exchange from her home-base of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Krissy wears a lot of hats for us and is always happy to help. Whatever your needs: subscription, login, advertising or anything else, Krissy will take great care of you. E-Mail
  • Steve Shin Steve Shin IT Steve Shin is a consultant specializing in database, web, and custom applications development. With over 20 years of professional experience, he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the CDN Publishing family. He is also a family man with a wife of 16 years, two teenagers (14 year old boy and 11 year old daughter) and recently, a new addition of a 1 year old Yorkie. He resides in sunny Rancho Palos Verdes in Southern California. E-Mail
  • Greg Bradley Greg Bradley IT Greg Bradley is a full time programmer with a broad range of skills and now over a decade of experience in managing IT systems for rare coins and related projects. He and John Feigenbaum have worked together since 2002 on numismatic projects. E-Mail

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