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A grand marquee of attractions at this Collectors Universe event, headlined by the eight-figure Tyrant coin collection and onsite grading by coin, banknote, and sports memorabilia authenticators, will unfold at the Long Beach Convention Center.
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.
PRESS RELEASE: Now Accepting Consignments For Our Official 2018 Chicago Coin Expo Auction Deadline: February 16
World & Ancient Coin Auctions APRIL 20–24, 2018 | CHICAGO | LIVE & ONLINE NOW ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS FOR OUR OFFICIAL 2018 CHICAGO COIN EXPO AUCTION DEADLINE:
1826 British Proof Set sells for $282,000 to lead $6.38 million auction CHICAGO, Illinois (April 12, 2017) – One of the most fancied proof sets in British numisma
This week, we have continued our review of Classic Commemoratives, Morgan dollars and Saint-Gaudens, among others. Classic Commems are still lackluster, however most of
The Bluesheet is your friend! If you are not already a regular subscriber, you should be, because the Bluesheet is like the Swiss Army knife of pricing tools. For start
It is hard to believe that the first month of 2017 is already in the rear view mirror, although we should hardly be surprised with the amount of numismatic activity tha
In this first edition of the 2017 Quarterly II, we are pleased to note that there are relatively few price changes as the market for the series evaluated here are final
Welcome to our final Bluesheet issue of 2016. It’s been quite a year, and once again the U.S. rare coin market has remained resilient amidst an uncertain world an
GOLD COMMEMS ARE A BRIGHT SPOT This week’s Bluesheet sees updates across most series reflective of sight-unseen exchange bidding from CCE and CDN Exchange. Gold c
In the October 14 editions of the Greysheet and Bluesheet, we performed a comprehensive review of the Morgan dollar series. Unfortunately, in this market the analysis o
PART 1 IN A MULTI-PART SERIES ON BENEFITING FROM THE PRICING IMPERFECTIONS OF THE RARE COIN MARKET The coin community gets a brief rest before back-to-back shows start
The market for sight-unseen “generics” is showing signs of life, especially in the Morgan dollar and Walking Liberty half dollar series. Additionally, we a
The rare coin market is starting to settle in as late Spring transitions to Summer. The June Long Beach Show has long been a bellwether for this time of year as many de
This issue's ""Featured Coin"" gave us fits because the Sesqui $2.50 in MS66 has sold for a dizzying array of prices in the past years, ranging from $3,300 to $9,300.