Rare Coin & Currency Collecting News: Media
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Heritage Auctions Soars Past $1.4 Billion in Sales in 2021, Cementing Status as World's Largest Collectibles Auctioneer By Far
Heritage Auctions recorded $1.4 billion in sales in 2021, marking the first time in its 45-year history the Dallas-based auction house has surpassed the billion-dollar mark.
Historian Frank L. Holt takes us on a lively journey through the history of numismatics, the study of coins—one of the oldest and most important contributions to the arts and humanities.
The book is a complete guide to official presidential and vice-presidential inaugural medals from William McKinley to Joe Biden.
Recently Published Books: Reflexiones sobre la Moneda Muera Huerta (Reflections on the ""Muera Huerta"" Coinage) by Dr. Carlos Abel Amaya-Guerra
Few coins in the world have fascinated collectors like the one peso coin ""Muera Huerta"" (Death to Huerta) minted in Durango, Mexico in 1914 during the Mexican Revolution.
After 11 years of searching, researching, compiling and updating, this is the new Arizona Trade Tokens 2021.
POLYMER 2021 is the world's most current, most complete and most comprehensive catalog on polymer banknotes
Due to the delays CDN can no longer send free replacements of the Greysheet but there are other options...
Recently Published Books: Cherrypickers' Guide to Rare Die Varieties of United States Coins, Sixth Edition, Volume 2
This volume includes many of the most popular U.S. coin types, including Mercury and Roosevelt dimes, Washington quarters, Liberty Walking half dollars, Franklin and Kennedy half dollars, Morgan and Peace silver dollars, and modern dollar coins.
Recently Published Books: Catalogue of the Mexico's Numismatic Society Medals 1952-2020 (2nd Edition)
The Catalogue of the Mexico's Numismatic Society Medals is the best catalogue to know about Mexico's Numismatic Society (SoNuMex) issues (medals, stamps and phone cards), so it's highly recommended to the collector.
The Friedberg catalog of U.S paper money remains the hobby standard for collectors and dealers for decades.
Commercial Photography and Video on the Bourse Floor Must be Pre-Approved.
Dr. Kampmann is the first overseas member of the organization's board. She succeeds long-time NLG executive Donn Pearlman who stepped down after serving as a Board member a half dozen times since the 1980s and as 2017-2018 NLG Interim Executive Director.
Greg Reynolds takes a deep dives into one of the most common Saint Gaudens $20 double eagles as a case study for valuation.
Certified Collectibles Group Bolsters Claim for Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Against Globant
Certified Collectibles Group® (CCG®), which includes eight of the world's leading providers of authentication, grading and conservation services for coins, paper money, comic books, trading cards and other collectibles, announced today that it has filed a second amended complaint in its lawsuit charging international technology firm Globant S.A., along with its subsidiary Globant LLC, with breaches of contract and violations of the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act (""FDUTPA"") arising out of Globant's failed software implementation at CCG.
Customers in the coin and bullion industry now benefit from Avalara's real-time sales and use tax calculations with the Aureus POS platform
CDN Changes Digital Access Format -- Active Print Subscribers Now Have Access to Digital Media [Video]
As part of our ongoing improvements to our platform, we have made a fundamental change to access of our digital media.
Comprehensive New 3-Volume Book Set Released about Carson City Coins – Consolidates Thousands of Facts about the Carson City Mint and its Coins
The USPS is experiencing unprecedented delays in shipping times. Some magazines shipped a month ago still haven't been delivered.
As large-scale numismatic conventions continue to be cancelled, this event will provide a virtual ""fix"" of numismatic content and allow collectors to view programs on any number of topics, or to present on their own favorite subjects.
Orders will be limited to two per household, with production limited to 50,000 sets.
John Feigenbaum presents his Winter 2020 Publisher's Commentary Report for the quarterly CAC Rare Coin Market Review.
We are still facing a situation where dealers are having a lot of trouble sourcing fresh material in a marketplace of few in-person events.
A monumental amount of auction activity looks to be the defining characteristic of the final few months of 2020. The size and quality of the material making its way to the auction stage in the final months of the year stand quite a bit higher than the previous nine months.
In auctions and public Internet sales, CAC approved coins realize large premiums on average, but not in every instance.
Patrick Ian Perez presents his Fall 2020 Editor's Commentary Report for the CPG quarterly price guide.