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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 Stack's-Bowers Rarities Night event on Nov. 23 featured a wide assortment of rare coins. The most newsworthy and memorable section was a run of rare half eagles ($5 gold coins) which are analyzed in this article.
In a guide saturated with pricing levels, is it necessary to add Plus (+) values for in-between grades? At the moment, we don't think so.
The Winter 2019 edition of CPG® Coin & Currency Market Review This article appeared in print in the Winter 2019 issue of The CPG Coin & Currency Market Review.
For more than four decades, John Albanese has been a numismatic thought leader, bringing innovation to an ages-old hobby and helping redefine how collectors and the marketplace understand the quality and condition of coins.
CDNX has added the grid display for Greysheet values to the landing pages of each series for easy reference. Users can use this screen to quickly see values in comparison to others in the series.
By Louis Golino, Special To CDN Blog The Walking Liberty half dollar, issued from 1916 to 1947, is arguably the most popular 20th-century United States coin. Much of th
These 90% silver dimes, which bear an obverse portrait of Miss Liberty donning a winged Phrygian cap and a reverse design incorporating fasces wrapped within an olive branch, have been collected by countless hobbyists since the coin's earliest days.
By Patrick Ian Perez, Editor In this Market Report, I will eschew the usual ""this year has flown by"" statement that is often found in final issues of the year. What we
We’ve just received our advance copies of the new Monthly Greysheet and it’s amazing! As we reported on our June 29 blog post, we’ve upgraded the form
Our readers have spoken, and we have listened. Readers love the huge amount of new content in the Monthly Greysheet, but they don’t love the oversized pages and n
This is the final issue of Bluesheet, a guide that has served the industry well for more than 30 years. Our certified coin pricing and other Bluesheet data will be included in our new Monthly Greysheet, which we're launching due to the evolving needs of the coin industry.
Legend Rare Coin Auctions will be hosting its 26th Regency Auction May 16-17, 2018 at the PCGS Members' Show at Harrah's in New Orleans, and it promises to be the ""larg
Much to our delight, not only did we learn that several members were already subscribers to Greysheet and its sister publications (such as Bluesheet and Goldsheet), but also many attendees expressed their enthusiasm for the coming changes. We led a lively question-and-answer segment and then returned to our seats to enjoy the rest of the club meeting.
Destination auctions create headlines, but sometimes there's simply no place like home. The Heritage March 29-31 US Coins Signature Auction took place at the firm's Dallas headquarters, offering 2,480 lots that realized an astounding $6,171,950.
The Stack's Bowers Baltimore sale, largely coinciding with the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Spring Expo that took place March 22-25, 2018 at the Baltimore Convention Center, brought millions of dollars in coins, currency, and other numismatic items before a spirited audience of in-person and online bidders.
Have you heard? CDN President John Feigenbaum and Editors Patrick Ian Perez and Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez are dishing on the latest market buzz on a new podcast series
The Whitman Baltimore Expo bourse floor was hot with hundreds of dealers and thousands of attendees even as a nor'easter brought much of the Boston-Washington corridor to a freezing halt.
The headlining auction at the American Numismatic Association (ANA) Money Show always promises something good for virtually everyone, and Kagin's sale at the 2018 ANA Money Show in Irving, Texas, delivered in fine fashion.
The 1958 doubled die Lincoln cent is one of the greatest United States coin rarities of the 20th century, yet relatively few seem to know it as well as its 1955 and 1969-S doubled die counterparts that have long captivated the numismatic community.
A recent announcement from Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC, www.ngccoin.com) states that it has become the first third-party coin grading service to certify more than 40 million coins. The statement goes on to say that NGC became the first third-party grading service to reach 20 million coins graded (2010), the first to reach 25 million coins graded (2012), the first to reach 30 million coins graded (2014) and the first to reach 35 million coins graded (2016).
IMPORTANT GREYSHEET ANNOUNCEMENT: More Big News from CDN...Single Monthly Greysheet to replace all wholesale coin sheets ? ? ?
CDN Weekly, Supplement, Quarterlies, Bluesheet & Goldsheet to merge into single “Monthly Greysheet” starting May 2018 After 55 years, CDN is making a BO
The United States Mint has released a number of new coins in recent weeks, with more to follow. At the end of January, the Mint released the first issue in the ""Preambl
Perusing the financial headlines on a weekly or daily basis, one can find any amount of opinions on the direction for 2018 of a variety of assets: stocks, precious meta