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11/23/2020

The Larry H. Miller Collection, Part One Realizes Over $9 Million at the Stack's Bowers Galleries November 2020 Auction

Acquiring coins discretely and off the radar of the collecting community, the late Larry H. Miller assembled a world-class cabinet of United States coins. Part One, sold on November 12th, encompassed the most emblematic issues of the late 19th and early 20th centuries and realized more than $9.05 million across 436 lots.

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12/13/2019

Jeff Garrett's 2019 Year in Review

The last quarter of the year is traditionally one of the slowest for the rare coin business. With few shows in December many companies set their sights set on the following year. This is especially true for mass-market rare coin companies.

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11/15/2019

Legend previews December auction lots held at Las Vegas venue

Legend Rare Coin Auctions' 35th Regency Auction Presents an Exciting Offering of Over 600 Hand Selected Lots. Final auction of 2019 finishes the year with an awesome array of rarities.

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9/21/2019

Jeff Garrett's Advice on Getting Started in U.S. Coin Collecting

Noted numismatist, Jeff Garrett, offers excellent tips for collectors interested in collecting U.S. coins but may not know where to start.

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5/23/2019

Regency Coin Auction Action: Fierce Bidding Battles Waged To Bring Home Important Numismatic Properties

Regency Auction 32 proves that top quality reigns supreme in the current market Legend Rare Coin Auctions presented their 32nd Regency Auction, conducted as the officia

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4/24/2019

Gotta Have These Coins Now!

These Coins Are Tempting Collectors & Investors — Here's Why!

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3/8/2019

Market Review: Classic Commemoratives, Part II

Part II of a two-part analysis of classic commemorative coins, which enjoyed monumental popularity among investors in the late 1980s and were among the strongest performers of the early certified-coin bull market.

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2/27/2019

Market Review: Classic Commemorative Coins, Part I

Part I of a two-part analysis of classic commemorative coins, which enjoyed monumental popularity among investors in the late 1980s and were among the strongest performers of the early certified-coin bull market.

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10/11/2018

Activity Across The Marketplace: October 2018

By Patrick Ian Perez, Editor The tidal wave of market activity from the ANA World's Fair of Money and Long Beach Expo has yielded much data on the current rare coin mar

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10/2/2018

Legend's 28th Regency Coin Auction Shows Spectacular Results, Renewed Strength In The Market

Two-Session Auction Brings Record Prices In Bust Halves & High-End 20th Century Coins Legend Rare Coin Auctions is proud to announce the very strong results of 28th

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9/12/2018

Legend's Regency Auction 28 Presents Major Opportunities for Collectors

Firm's second 2-day auction focuses on quality rarities, with one session focused solely on half dollars. Legend Rare Coin Auctions is proud to announce the 28th Regenc

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3/19/2018

Stone Coin Collection Filled With Rare Gems In Upcoming Sotheby's Auction

Fans of classic coins are gearing up for one of the most exciting offerings of 19th-century coinage to cross the auction block in years. The Ralph and Lois Stone Collec

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9/27/2017

GREYSHEET: CAC PRICING ADDED TO COMMEMS

The major addition this week is the introduction of CAC pricing for MS66 and MS67 classic silver commemoratives. There are numerous idiosyncrasies when it comes to inte

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9/21/2017

CDN Continues to Expand CAC Pricing Online -- Soon in Bluesheet

This week we announced expanded coverage for CAC coin pricing for the Classic Commemorative series in grades MS66-67. This brings our CAC pricing coverage to the follow

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7/27/2017

BLUESHEET: ARE CERTIFIED CLASSIC COMMEMS READY TO SHINE?

As the old expression goes, ""Every dog has his day"" and the long-beleaguered classic Commem series (both silver and gold issues), trodden upon for many years, may well

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3/15/2017

Greysheet: PRECIOUS METALS TESTING LOWS

Precious metals have taken a beating lately, as both gold and silver have tested important support levels. Gold has tried to break below the $1,200 level but there has

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3/15/2017

Bluesheet: BOTTOM END OF THE MARKET INCREASINGLY GAINING IN STRENGTH

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

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1/13/2017

Greysheet: STRONG HERITAGE AUCTION TOPS OFF ACTIVE FUN SHOW

By the majority of accounts, the FUN convention in Florida started the new year off on the right foot. Based on the feedback we received from visitors to our table at t

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12/29/2016

Greysheet: EXCITING RARITIES UP FOR BID IN FT. LAUDERDALE F.U.N. AUCTION

As we return refreshed after the holiday season, our full attention lands on the upcoming FUN show. Many market participants have a positive outlook for this annual sem

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12/29/2016

Bluesheet: DID WE SEE THE MARKET BOTTOM IN 2016?

As we wrote in the final Bluesheet of 2016, many market participants are looking forward to 2017 with a positive outlook. According to the Professional Numismatist̵

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9/16/2016

Greysheet: LONG BEACH STARTS STRONG

The end of summer marks the beginning of a new round of action in the rare coin business, with a packed auction schedule along with national and regional shows. Ira &am

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8/2/2016

Greysheet: WORLD'S FAIR OF MONEY TO MEASURE MARKET STRENGTH

With this being the final Greysheet issue prior to the beginning of the annual World’s Fair of Money, it is a good time to reflect on the rare coin market thus fa

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6/21/2016

Greysheet: GOLD HITS 2-YEAR HIGH & EVERYONE TAKES NOTICE

As dealers move on after the conclusion of the Long Beach Expo, the price action of gold has come to the fore, with multiple events impacting the yellow metal. Wednesda

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6/16/2016

Bluesheet: PRECIOUS METALS RALLY INTO LONG BEACH EXPO

Precious metals are rallying as the coin dealer community gathers for the three-day Long Beach Expo. After falling into the low $1,200s gold has climbed up past the $1,

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6/14/2016

Greysheet: GEM 1909-O FIVE REALIZES OVER HALF A MILLION DOLLARS IN GOLDBERG

1933 TEN RINGS IN AT $881,250! A stunning gem 1909-O $5 Indian graded PCGS/CAC MS65 has realized $517,000 (with 17.5% buyer’s premium) at the recent Goldberg Auct

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5/10/2016

Greysheet: HERITAGE COMES IN STRONG @ CSNS

The Heritage Central States auction garnered well over $22 million from over 5,600 lots. The three sale toppers were pre-Federal issues, with a pair of 1792-dated coins

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4/5/2016

Greysheet: DEALERS REPORT ACTIVE, YET TEPID BALTIMORE EXPO

As we go to press this week dealers are traveling home from the Whitman Baltimore Expo. With over 360 registered booth holders the Spring Baltimore Expo is one of the m

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4/1/2016

Monthly Supplement: CHARLES BARBER'S INFLUENCE ON THE CLASSIC COMMEMORATIVE SERIES

By DAN DUNCAN, Guest Contributor Charles Edward Barber was the sixth Chief Engraver of the United States Mint from 1879 until his death in 1917. The works of his career

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4/1/2016

Monthly Supplement: CHARLES BARBER'S INFLUENCE ON THE CLASSIC COMMEMORATIVE SERIES

by DAN DUNCAN, Guest Contributor Charles Edward Barber was the sixth Chief Engraver of the United States Mint from 1879 until his death in 1917. The works of his career

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3/29/2016

Greysheet: DEALERS HEAD TO BALTIMORE EXPO

As spring has emerged the numismatic community descends upon the city of Baltimore for the first Whitman Expo of the year. This particular show is historically well att

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