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Our flagship publication has been updated to fit more pricing, including added values for CAC-approved coins in Buffalo nickels and Mercury dimes.
The Summer 2022 quarterly CPG Editor's message by Patrick Ian Perez, CDN Publishing Vice President.
Auction sale extends strong 2022 start at Long Beach Expo event.
The United States Mint is heading down a path of slow destruction. The solution is simple, and the implementation is doable. Pay attention to the little guy if you want to survive.
One-Of-A-Kind $10 1863 Judd-349 Worth $1,250,000 Highlights Legend Rare Coin Auctions Regency Auction 51 In April.
Continuing the momentum from its record-setting FUN US Coins Auction, Heritage Auctions again will serve as the official auctioneer for the Long Beach Expo.
Legend Rare Coin Auctions (LRCA) is pleased to announce that the firm's 50th Regency Auction will be a very important numismatic event, offering a spectacular selection of American numismatic treasures anchored by three powerful collections.
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.
While the rare coin market is still very robust, it has come off the peak it enjoyed during the summer -- and that is probably a good thing.
When the hammer falls for the final time in Heritage Auctions' US Coins Signature® Auction November 11-14, a number of seldom-seen rarities, many from long-held private collections, will have found new homes.
The largest coin dealer in the world is the United States Mint. Purchasing coins directly from the U.S. Mint can be a very cost-effective method to add coins to your collection. If you're only looking at them for investment purposes, this can be a risky business.
On Sunday, August 29, 2021, GreatCollections reported that they sold the finest known 1893-S Morgan silver dollar in an online-only auction for $2,086,875. This coin was PCGS graded MS67 before 2005 and CAC approved in 2008. The result is a public sale record for any Morgan silver dollar.
A good measure of strength for any market is the number of participants. While we have discussed the many positives of the current rare coin market in past issues, it has been very encouraging to see the level of market-making from many dealers.
This month's issue features an abundance of green arrows showing increased prices. But the reason may be not be exactly what you think.
United States Mint Opens Pre-order Windows for Remaining 2021 Morgan and Peace Dollars on August 3 and August 10
The United States Mint (Mint) is reminding collectors about the following two pre-order windows in August for the four remaining 2021 Morgan and Peace Dollar products.
World-Class Rarities Featured in the Stack's Bowers Galleries Official Auction for the ANA World's Fair of Money in August
Stack's Bowers Galleries is thrilled to announce their Official Auction for the ANA World's Fair of Money, hosted from Griffin Studios, their state-of-the-art auction venue in Costa Mesa, California. This offering will be remembered as a milestone in United States numismatics, highlighted by the Proof-68 (PCGS) Sultan of Muscat-Childs-Pogue 1804 Class I silver dollar, the single finest example of the ""King of American Coins.""
Legend Rare Coin Auctions Announces the Chicago Collection of Early Half Dollars in Regency Auction 47
Legend Rare Coin Auctions is proud to announce the Chicago Collection of Early Half Dollars, which includes the #1 PCGS Registry Set of Early Half Dollars, and a complete Red Book Variety Bust Half Set.