Rare Coin & Currency Collecting News: Editorial
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Greg Reynolds analyzes the recent sale of the unique 1870-S Liberty Seated half dime and its interesting provenance.
If money is no object, you can collect coins however you want. However, those on a limited budget can still collect their favorite coins by picking the correct approach.
A group of proposed Qatari banknotes brought unexpectedly big money from eager collectors in a recent auction held in New York.
The market continues to search for the right price levels. Traders have had a lot of minor adjustments to do over the past six to eight weeks to keep material flowing, and it is clear that some larger programs have slowed down or completely stopped.
The monthly currency market commentary for January 2023. HERITAGE LONG BEACH SALE DOES MORE THAN $10 MILLION, BESTING PRIOR YEARS
A critical review and analysis of the upcoming sale of the Harry Bass Collection Amazonian patterns.
The year 2023 promises to be an exciting one in the field of rare coin collecting. The announcement of the new CAC Grading service brings a third certification company to the marketplace, and it promises to be one of, if not the, story of the coming year.
Coin collecting is still a fun and educational pursuit and a nice collection, built with great patience over time, can be very financially rewarding as well.
Unsurprisingly, the top five coins in terms of prices realized so far are classic gold, which seems to enjoy demand no matter the state of the wider rare coin market, or global markets for that matter.
The monthly currency market commentary for December 2022. HERITAGE LONG BEACH SALE DOES MORE THAN $10 MILLION, BESTING PRIOR YEARS
The 1873-CC With Arrows dime is an underrated condition rarity, as reflected in the strong price for the Bender example.
Analyst Greg Reynolds reviews the results of the recently sold Jacobson Collection of early $10 gold coins.
The monthly currency market commentary for November 2022. HERITAGE LONG BEACH SALE DOES MORE THAN $10 MILLION, BESTING PRIOR YEARS
We spend countless hours assembling our coin collections. Protecting, preserving, and storing your coins correctly will ensure future generations will enjoy them.
The financial markets are in disarray, but the numismatic market remains steadfast. Perhaps rare coins are top of class in the collectible-investment category.
A connoisseur of several 19th century series, Bender assembled an amazing and important array of numerous sets.
The monthly currency market commentary for October 2022.
Anyone can buy a CAC approved gem quality (MS65) Saint, probably a 1924 or a 1928, for less than $4,000. These exist in quantity.
Our flagship publication has been updated to fit more pricing, including added values for CAC-approved coins in Buffalo nickels and Mercury dimes.
With one of the most news-worthy collections coming to auction this week, Greg Reynolds focuses on a few of the more unusual items in this amazing collection.