Rare Coin & Currency Collecting News: U.S. Coins
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Gift from California business executive Dwight Manley honors ship's brave Captain, Commander William Lewis Herndon.
Prominent collector and benefactor Dwight N. Manley of Brea, California has donated to the American Numismatic Association (www.money.org) more than 60 books, auction catalogs, and photographs previously owned or annotated by noted numismatic researcher and author Walter Breen.
Gold Ingot, Simpson Collection Lead Heritage Auctions' Central States Numismatic Sales Past $65 Million
Justh & Hunter gold bar, once thought lost forever at sea, brings $1.32 million, in record-smashing event.
It is with great pride that Legend Rare Coin Auctions announces that Jessica Berkman has been promoted to President of America's boutique rare coin auction firm.
Numismatic Guaranty Company™ (NGC®) is proud to announce an exciting new Authentic Hand-Signed label that recognizes the contributions to numismatics made by the Honorable Mike Castle, who served nine terms as a member of the US House of Representatives.
The incredible Hendricks Set of United States Gold Coins from the Fairmont Collection sold for over $13.6 million in the Stack's Bowers Galleries Spring 2022 Showcase Auction, more than doubling the overall pre-sale estimate.
The United States Mint (Mint) will begin accepting orders for the 2022 American Buffalo One Ounce Gold Proof Coin on May 12 at noon EDT.
The incredible Dr. Paul and Rosalie Zito Collection sold for nearly $4.3 million in the Stack's Bowers Galleries Spring 2022 Showcase Auction, contributing to nearly $37 million in overall prices realized for the sale—a 60% increase above the pre-sale estimate.
Tennessee has gained a complete sales-tax exemption on the retail sales of coins, currency, and precious-metals bullion.
Regency Auction 51 Featuring Specialized Early Dollar and Pattern Collections Bring Glorious Results
Legend Rare Coin Auctions' Regency 51, featuring the first parts of the Dale Friend Collection and Glorious Patterns Collection, took place on the evening of April 28, 2022, and the sale was a roaring success!
Over $500,000 in physical bitcoins and other cryptocurrency was sold by Stack's Bowers Galleries in their Spring 2022 Showcase Auction, contributing to nearly $37 million in overall prices realized for the sale—a 60% increase above the pre-sale estimate.
Notes at May 6-7 Central States event reflect collector's focus on Type rarity and fancy serial numbers.
Just because a set has a showstopper coin, it shouldn't prohibit you from starting a collection of beautiful coins.
The first-ever Chester L. Krause Memorial Distinguished Service Award will be presented at the American Numismatic Association's 2022 World's Fair of Money® in Chicago (August 16-20).
Finest PCGS & CAC-Approved Walking Liberty Half Dollar Collection to be Auctioned by GreatCollections
The Rollo Fox Collection is Ranked #1 at PCGS.
Nearly $37 Million in U.S. Numismatic Items Sold in the Stack's Bowers Galleries Spring 2022 Auction
Stack's Bowers Galleries sold nearly $37 million in United States coins and paper money in their Spring 2022 Showcase Auction, surpassing pre-sale estimates by nearly 60% and setting hundreds of records in the process.
A high-grade Indian Head Eagle certified by Numismatic Guaranty Company™ (NGC®) realized $840,000 in Stack's Bowers' Spring 2022 Auction on April 5, 2022.
Warren, Long Island and Fred Weinberg collections also among top attractions May 4-8.
Greatest U.S. gold coin collection ever assembled to be sold at auction.
Netherlands World Banknote Auction Includes elite collection of Curaçao Notes
The feature editorial from the Spring 2022 edition of the CAC Rare Coin Market Review.
Spring is in the air and the coin market continues to show unbridled strength. Even more relevant to this publication is that CAC-approved coins continue to lead the market with limited supply and exceptional demand.
Stack's Bowers Galleries Sets a New World Record for an American Historical Medal.
Proof sets dating from 1950 to 1955 are overlooked and not talked about very often.