Activity across the market (April 2020 Greysheet)
Patrick Ian Perez summarizes the current state of the U.S. rare coin market in the April 2020 Greysheet.
Activity across the market (December 2019 Greysheet)
Patrick Ian Perez summarizes the current state of the U.S. rare coin market in the December 2019 Greysheet.
Why Coin Year Sets (Still) Make Great Gifts
By Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez, Editor One of the first coin gifts I ever gave to anyone was a set of 1953 coins for my mom’s 41st birthday in 1994. I was young and had
BLUESHEET: NGC CERTIFIES UNIQUE 93-CC GSA @ FUN SHOW
One of the most exciting aspects of the numismatic hobby is the discovery of previously unknown pieces, or pieces that are known only to a select group of specialists.
BLUESHEET: 2017 SAN FRAN ASE SELLS OUT IN 2 MINUTES
Much of the talk in the coin business and on Internet forums has been swirling around the recent release of the 2017 “Congratulations Set” from the United
Bluesheet: AWAITING THE FINAL ROUND OF MAJOR 2016 AUCTIONS
As we await the results of both the Heritage New York City auction and the Stacks-Bowers Baltimore sale, our attention has been on refining the pricing in these pages t
Bluesheet: SIGHT-UNSEEN MARKET GROWS IN RELEVANCY
Despite a lack of major auctions over the past several weeks, the rare coin market is active and there is a good amount of activity to report. Sight-unseen bidding on t
Greysheet: MARKET BUILDING MOMENTUM INTO LONG BEACH
The collector and dealer community has two important West Coast auction sales to look forward to in the coming week. First up is Goldberg Coins & Collectibles holdi
Bluesheet: FRANKLIN HALVES POPULAR WITH COLLECTORS & DEALERS
In this week’s Bluesheet we take a review of Franklin half dollars, which have been performing well in high certified grades. Many dates in MS66 and MS66 Full Bell Lines see higher bids, as more and more collectors recognize the scarcity of certain dates in these grades.