Coin and Banknote Markets Strong Amid Global Crisis
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.
The Secret to the FUN Show's Success
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.
CDN has completed the pricing of Confederate Notes
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.
Collectibles Leaders Find Success Thinking Outside The Box
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.
CDN Publishing Subscribers Enjoy A Wealth Of Benefits
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.
A Conversation With Paper Currency Expert Lyn Knight
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.
John Feigenbaum: The Bill Gates Of Coins
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.