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8/26/2022

Central States Numismatic Society Expands Magazine, Enlarges Convention

The esteemed numismatic organization has expanded its publication and the size of its annual coin show.

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8/13/2022

CDN Exchange Sees Active Wholesale Bidding Heading into Industry's Major Summer Event -- the Worlds Fair of Money

The numismatic community will converge on Rosemont, IL next week. Market strength and enthusiasm among the dealer community is strong heading into the show.

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7/27/2022

The All-Time #1 Koessl Matte Proof Gold Set On Display at ANA World's Fair of Money

GreatCollections purchases the undisputed finest set ever formed.

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6/24/2022

ANA Honors Distinguished Numismatists with Awards

The first-ever Chester L. Krause Memorial Distinguished Service Award will be presented at the American Numismatic Association's 2022 World's Fair of Money® in Chicago (August 16-20).

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6/1/2022

Spring Auction Review Part 1: Zito Collection

On April 5, the Paul and Rosalie Zito consignment of just ninety-two coins was auctioned for more than $4.25 million in total. This was a very important offering of fresh material, and a newsworthy assortment of U.S. gold coins was featured.

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5/31/2022

The Business of Numismatics: June 2022 Greysheet

The June 2022 column by Patrick Ian Perez discussing the current numismatic marketplace.

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4/21/2022

Alabama Bill Amends Bullion Definition, Extends Expiration Date, and Repeals Reporting Requirements

In the summer of 2016, Phil Darby (J & P Coins and Currency) and Steve Caiola (Alabama Gold Refinery) started collaborating with the National Coin & Bullion Association on a campaign to obtain a statewide coin, currency, and precious-metals bullion sales-tax exemption.

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3/25/2022

Everyone Can Collect Barber Quarters

Everyone can collect Barber quarters with options from ten dollars to over a hundred thousand dollars.

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2/3/2022

The Business of Numismatics: February 2022 Greysheet

In his newly-named monthly column, CDN Vice President Patrick Ian Perez shares his thoughts on the current state of the United States rare coin market.

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11/29/2021

Spectacular 1886 Morgan Dollar Die Cap Error to be Auctioned by GreatCollections

One of the greatest error coins known, the 1886 Morgan Silver Dollar Obverse Die Cap PCGS MS-64 has been consigned to GreatCollections and will be sold without reserve in the January 9, 2022 auction.

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10/19/2021

Sarah Miller Promoted to Senior Vice President at Heritage Auctions

Miller, who is also a numismatic expert, will join President Greg Rohan as one of the executives responsible for overseeing the New York office for the world's largest numismatic auctioneer.

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10/1/2021

How the Rare Coin Business has Changed

I have had a pretty long-term view of the bullion and rare coin markets and I marvel at where we are today and how we got here. I also marvel at how adaptable the dealers and the markets are.

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9/10/2021

$51+ Million August Sales for GreatCollections, New Company Record...

August officially ended as the best month in GreatCollections' 10-year history, with total sales over $51 million. $16 million of that was through the five weekly auctions, while $35 million were coins sold to private clients at a fixed price.

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8/20/2021

$24 Million in 24 Hours: GreatCollections Top Bidder for Three Historic Rare Coins

Three of the world's most valuable rare coins were acquired within a 24-hour time span, in two different auction locations, by Ian Russell, president of GreatCollections Coin Auctions ( www.GreatCollections.com) of Irvine, California.

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8/3/2021

1933 Double Eagles, Part 1: Analysis of The Auctions

An examination of the recent sale of the 1933 Saint Gaudens at Sotheby's.

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7/16/2021

Long Beach Expo Coin Show Returns in September 2021 Near PCGS Headquarters

PCGS heralds the return of the Long Beach Expo Coin, Currency, Stamp & Sports Collectible Show in Long Beach, California, just a few miles from the third-party grading service's offices in nearby Santa Ana.

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6/30/2021

Publishers Message (July 2021 Greysheet)

The Summer of 2021 has finally arrived, and not a moment too soon. This year July ushers in a major, and welcome, milestone in the timeline of the pandemic: the first national coin show!

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6/29/2021

A Low Cost Set of Indian Head Half Eagles

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).

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6/25/2021

Here's What You Need to Know About the New 2021 Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars

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.

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6/21/2021

NCBA Opens Survey, Seeks Dealer Data to Help Combat State Government Estimates

The National Coin & Bullion Association is fighting to preserve sales-tax exemptions on coins, paper money, and precious-metals bullion in 39 states, and we are also working to gain such an exemption in the 11 states that do not currently have one.

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6/16/2021

Market for Contemporary Chinese Coins Gaining on Century-Old Counterparts at Heritage Auctions' HKINF Event

A collector's pick of world and ancient coins among the nearly 1,000 lots on offer may see contemporary Chinese coins ready to grow in market share at this spring's Hong Kong International Numismatic Fair official auctions.

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1/2/2021

Activity Across the Market (January 2021 Greysheet)

In his January 2021 report, Perez discusses the impact of presidential politics on financial and metals markets in addition to recent auction activity.

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1/2/2021

The January Greysheet Publishers Report: FUN Cancelled, Market Predictions, PCGS Parent Company to Sell and More

In the January 2021 issue, Greysheet Publisher John Feigenbaum looks forward to the coming year. The coin business has been remarkably resilient during COVID and the end of the coin-show draught is in sight. In other news, the board of PCGS' parent company has agreed to sell CLCT for an astounding $700 million.

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12/4/2020

2021 FUN SHOW CANCELLED

Out of an abundance of caution the Florida United Numismatists (F.U.N.) organization has made the difficult decision to cancel this year's January event.

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10/27/2020

CAC Coins For Less Than $150 Each, Part 1: Copper

Most collectors are unaware that a significant number of CAC approved coins have publicly sold for amounts between $50 and $150.

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10/19/2020

David Lisot Visits the Denver Coin Show During COVID [Video]

Join David on a walkabout at Denver Coin Expo During COVID Virus October 3-5, 2020.

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10/9/2020

Lincoln Cents: Looking Beyond the 1909-S V.D.B. to Find True Rarity

Chris Maisano takes a deeper dive into the Lincoln cent series to identify value and rarity on coins other than the 1909-S VDB.

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9/21/2020

The Bob R. Simpson Collection Debuts at $14.6 Million at Heritage Auctions [video]

""The results exceeded every expectation I had"" – Bob R. Simpson

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7/30/2020

Publishers Message: #cancelculture of Shows Hits the Coin Market (August 2020 Greysheet)

In the numismatic trade we can more fairly apply this term to the cancellation of coin shows all over the world due to the corona virus outbreak and social distancing precautions.

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