Rare Coin & Currency Collecting News: Featured
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Our flagship publication has been updated to fit more pricing, including added values for CAC-approved coins in Buffalo nickels and Mercury dimes.
The September 2022 column by Patrick Ian Perez discussing the current numismatic marketplace.
The August Monthly Greysheet's feature article is part two of a two-part review of Liberty Seated silver dollars.
The August 2022 column by Patrick Ian Perez discussing the current numismatic marketplace.
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The prices realized for more than a few U.S. coins and patterns in the 2022 Heritage FUN Auction were incredibly high, very strong to extremely strong or beyond! Many other coins did not fare quite as well. The purpose of this series of discussions is to analyze the auction results of various coins, while evaluating the Simpson VII and Platinum Night sessions in the context of increases in market levels during 2021 and collecting trends in 2022.
Like many American coin designers, Emily S. Damstra has a name that is not as familiar to readers of the Greysheet as are her works.
An examination of the recent sale of the 1933 Saint Gaudens at Sotheby's.
Effective immediately, Executive Chairman Nat Turner, will take over the CEO role. Collectors Universe is the parent company of PCGS.
For much less than the cost of a set of Uncirculated Indian Head half eagles (U.S. $5 gold coins), a set of About Uncirculated (AU) grade coins may be assembled. Other than their little brothers, Indian Head quarter eagles, Indian Head half eagles (1908–29) are the least expensive of all U.S. gold types to collect by date (including representatives of all combinations of years and mint locations).
Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars are possibly the most collected coins in the world. The US Mint is re-imagining these exciting issues and creating a lot of buzz in the process.
As a market analyst and editor, pricing is something that is on my mind around the clock, to the point that it becomes a second language. This does not mean it necessarily becomes easy to do when it comes to collectibles, especially when markets are rapidly rising or falling.
Chop Marks on Trade Dollars: Should We Avoid this Damage or Embrace it as Part of the Coin's Journey?
Coins with damage or major detracting defects are avoided like the plague by collectors, investors and dealers alike.
RARCOA, a prominent and well-capitalized firm, is carefully selecting coins for quality, eye appeal and other desirable traits to be certified with a new Green Label from Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®).
As Mint State Morgan silver dollars are extensively advertised and gem-quality better date Morgans realize astounding prices in major auctions, collectors forget that Very Fine grade Morgans have much detail and are often very desirable coins.
The author performs a further analysis of the silver dollar rarities in the Larry H. Miller Collection that was auctioned on December 17 by Stack's Bowers.
Although the silver coins were more enticing and the patterns were more intriguing, the strongest results in the Simpson III session were for gold coins.
An initial reporting of in-depth analysis of the the Panoramic Partrick Collection.
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.
Chris Maisano takes a deeper dive into the Lincoln cent series to identify value and rarity on coins other than the 1909-S VDB.
Barber half dollars represent a beautiful and interesting series of coins. Gorgeous gems of this series are available and quite desirable right now, and justly deserve the spotlight right now.
It's certainly an exciting time to be a coin dealer.