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Numismatic Guaranty Company™ (NGC®) is proud to have certified more than 1,000 coins from the prestigious collection of John W. McCloskey, a renowned numismatic researcher. Heritage Auctions is offering these coins in two sales in early 2022, including the FUN US Coins Signature Auction , where 136 NGC-certified highlights of the collection will be offered on January 7.
Serious coin collectors have an opportunity to learn from professionals during the 67th annual Florida United Numismatists (FUN) Convention, Jan. 6-9, 2022.
Both Stack's Bowers and Heritage will be conducting currency auctions for this month's World's Fair of Money. They will, however, both take place the week after the show at their respective firms' headquarters.
Not known to exist until 2006, the 1921 Roman Finish proof Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle authenticated and graded NGC PF64+ CAC, will be publicly displayed in July for the first time in nearly a decade.
The 1787 'EB' on Wing New York-Style Brasher Doubloon graded NGC MS 65★ is not only the centerpiece of the sale, but also of the entire Partrick Collection and arguably all of numismatics.
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.
More than 500 Connecticut Coppers certified by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) from the Donald G. Partrick Collection are being offered for sale, representing an outstanding opportunity for collectors of post-Colonial US coinage.
Precious metals and, by extension, U.S. coins, continue to benefit from widespread demand. For the month of May, silver was up 19.3%, its best one-month gain since April 2011. Gold rose 2.6%, and was up 14% year-to-date as of June 1st, making it the leading asset in that category.
A woman who made a purchase at the January 2020 FUN Show got an unexpected bonus in her change: a $20 bill with a valuable error. She immediately submitted the note to Paper Money Guaranty® which confirmed that the 2013 $20 Federal Reserve Note (Boston) had an authentic—and quite rare—mismatched serial number error.
CDN Editor Patrick Ian Perez selects three standout banknotes from the Heritage currency auction at the 2020 FUN convention.
As rare coin dealers and collectors head to Orlando for one of the biggest shows of the year, the volatile events in the Middle East have sparked an already strong gold market.
The annual F.U.N. show is a seminal event on the rare coin show calendar. Held the first week of the new year, the show -- now in its 65th year -- sets the tone for the year to follow with over 1500 coin dealers and 10,000 collectors in attendance.
Patrick Ian Perez summarizes the current state of the U.S. rare coin market in the January 2020 Greysheet.
Stack's Bowers Galleries to Display Cardinal Tribute to Benjamin Franklin's Libertas Americana Medal
Stack's Bowers will display an incredible tribute to the Libertas Americana medal from the Cardinal Foundation Collection at the upcoming FUN Convention in Orlando, January 9-11, 2020.
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) will display selections from high-ranking NGC Registry sets of GSA Hoard Morgan Dollars at the 2020 FUN Show in January. Each coin features vibrant, colorful toning, an attribute that is highly prized by collectors.
The 76-year-old coins look like regular Lincoln Cents from the era — bronze with the 16th president on one side, wheat ears on the other. Yet they were not supposed to exist. For years, US Mint officials claimed that they didn't.
Dealers head to Orlando for last big event prior to ANA World's Fair of Money.
With the passage of Memorial Day weekend, we officially enter the summer — even if the climatologists say it won't start until the summer solstice on June 21. And, let's face it, for most of us the weather is already heating up with summery vigor; we on the East Seaboard have already faced a slew of 90s over the long holiday weekend, and that can only mean we're gearing up for what should be a frenzied summer trading period.
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) has announced that prizes valued at more than $20,000 will be awarded for the 2019 NGC Registry awards. The NGC Registry is a free
By Patrick Ian Perez, Editor One of the primary contributors to the tremendous growth of the United States rare currency market over the past decade-plus has been the a