Rare Coin & Currency Collecting News: Currency Dealers
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Active bidding from both public auctions and dealer buy lists propels many upward price movements in this issue. The United States currency market remains robust, and while we have not yet approached the exuberance (over-exuberance?) of the 2008 market the climb has been steady now for nearly one year.
In some of the most exciting news to announce in a long time, at least from our perspective, CDN has acquired the well-known world paper money resource The Banknote Book (BNB).
The Stack's Bowers United States currency auction held in late March brought in $4.4 million across two sessions of just over 1,100 lots.
While it is still too early to declare that there is ""top to bottom"" demand in the rare currency market, we are relatively confident that this market strength still has some time to go.
In a Bitcoin world prices and popularity for high-denomination notes are moving fast.
Despite the cancellation of the FUN Convention that usually kicks off the year for many dealers and collectors, Heritage will still hold their important annual FUN United States currency auction.
Patrick Ian Perez presents his December 2020 Market Report for the U.S. collectible paper money market.
This unique and intriguing note was accidentally printed with a Del Monte banana sticker obstructing part of the design and has been nicknamed ""The Del Monte Note.""
Patrick Ian Perez presents his November 2020 Market Report for the U.S. collectible paper money market.
Patrick Ian Perez presents his October 2020 Market Report for the U.S. collectible paper money market.
Paper Money Guaranty® is now offering two attractive special labels that fully embrace its recently released fourth-generation holder and label design. One label features a waving US flag across the full length of the PMG label, bordered by blue holographic foil at the left and red holographic foil at the right. The other label shows a panoramic view of the Great Wall of China on the entire front of the PMG label.
Patrick Ian Perez presents his August 2020 Market Report for the U.S. collectible paper money market.
An impressive eight lots certified by Paper Money Guaranty® each realized over $100,000 in the Heritage Auctions US Currency Signature Auction held on August 3, 2020. They included three uncut sheets from the outstanding Monarch Collection as well as five high-denomination Federal Reserve Notes.
Patrick Ian Perez presents his June 2020 Market Report for the U.S. collectible paper money market.
Patrick Ian Perez presents his May 2020 Market Report for the U.S. collectible paper money market.
The state tax changes resulting from the Supreme Court's Wayfair decision will have profound affects on small businesses, including rare coin dealers. Patrick Ian Perez explains explains not only what happened, but also how and why it happened.
CDNX is an amazing tool that is available to all coin dealers that levels the playing field for all participants to compete and collaborate in the rare coin and paper money marketplace.
PNG is the most prestigious non-profit organization of numismatic professionals in the US. Its primary mission is to make the hobby safe for collectors and investors by maintaining strict standards of excellence and ethics for its members, which include the country's top coin and paper money dealers.
As the world faces an unprecedented economic and public health crisis brought on by the coronavirus COVID-19, the numismatic markets have demonstrated incredible resiliency. Indeed, coins and banknotes represent one of the rare pockets of stability, safety and even strength during this period of fear and uncertainty.
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation®, Numismatic Conservation Services™, and Paper Money Guaranty® have appointed CGB Numismatics Paris, a leading coin and banknote firm in France, as an Official Submission Center in Europe.
Read CDN Editor, Patrick Ian Perez', cover article for the February 2020 Greensheet. Perez discusses the results of the Heritage January FUN show auction as well as new improvements to the Greensheet newsletter.
Numismatic PR veteran, Donn Pearlmann, provides ready-to-use press release templates for dealers to use to promote their dealerships during National Coin Week.
The incredible paper money collection owned by the Pogue family has been regraded and certified by industry-leader PMG. Stack's Bowers Galleries will soon offer this collection for sale in their March live auction in Baltimore held in conjunction with the Whitman Expo.
The annual F.U.N. show is a seminal event on the rare coin show calendar. Held the first week of the new year, the show -- now in its 65th year -- sets the tone for the year to follow with over 1500 coin dealers and 10,000 collectors in attendance.
Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) announced that the grading authority will again be authenticating, grading, and certifying United States and world paper money domestically.
CDN Publishing, home of the industry-standard Greensheet newsletter, now offers the complete pricing of Confederate States of America (CSA) currency type set, which consists of 72 individual notes. This information is unprecedented and important for dealers and collectors of this historic, yet controversial, material.
Coin dealers often look to others in the numismatic business to gain insight on how to expand their business, improve sales, and build a name for themselves in the marketplace. But in the ever-evolving world of retail and commerce, it often pays to look beyond the numismatic world for advice.
Do you know what a subscription to the CDN Publishing family of pricing resources provides you? Well, if you don't then it's time for a refresher course on the wealth of benefits you'll enjoy when you become a subscriber.
Lyn Knight of Lyn Knight Auctions is one of the most well-respected paper currency experts in the industry, having handled some of the rarest and most valuable notes around. His currency auctions cover a wide variety of issues and appeal to the wide spectrum of paper currency collectors.
There are stunning similarities between computer-software-for-the-world developer Bill Gates and computer-software-for-the-numismatic-world developer John Feigenbaum. Gates pioneered computer technology in the late 1970s and early 1980s, with the launch of the first commercially successful personal computers.