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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 monthly currency market commentary for September 2022.
The September 2022 column by Patrick Ian Perez discussing the current numismatic marketplace.
The EPMOA, as it is commonly known, is the seminal body of work on this important and historic numismatic subject.
This years ANA show was much stronger and energized than expected. The rare coin and paper money markets are buzzing with energy.
The monthly currency market commentary for August 2022 by Patrick Ian Perez.
The August 2022 column by Patrick Ian Perez discussing the current numismatic marketplace.
The draft version of the El Salvador Chapter of The Banknote Book is now available for review by contributors.
The monthly currency market commentary for July 2022 by Patrick Ian Perez.
The Summer 2022 quarterly CPG Editor's message by Patrick Ian Perez, CDN Publishing Vice President.
The monthly currency market commentary for June 2022 by Patrick Ian Perez.
The executive board of the Numismatic Literary Guild ( www.NLGonline.org) has appointed Patrick Ian Perez as Executive Director of the organization.
Banknote Book subscribers can now download an Excel checklist of every item in the catalog.
The monthly currency market commentary for May 2022 by Patrick Ian Perez.
The monthly currency market commentary for April 2022 by Patrick Ian Perez.
There is one thing that is clearly evident in this very robust United States currency market: Large Size Legal Tenders are leading the way. While I am hesitant to call the market for paper money ""white hot"" there have certainly been some eye-opening sales results over the past four months.
The United States currency market got off to a strong start in 2022 with the Heritage FUN Signature auction which totaled just over $7 million on 1,172 total lots.
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.
As we enter 2022, what better way to get the year started by offering you, our subscribers a refreshed and expanded Greensheet.
The market remains to be strong, with certain rare pieces selling for multiples of their previous highs.
It goes without saying that as pricing analyst here at CDN much of my time is spent looking at data and numbers, and when combined with the other information technology projects we are working on it can begin to feel a little scientific. However, we deal in the field of collectibles, and historically numismatics has been more art than science.
As we enter 2022, the United States currency market has enjoyed a strong and vibrant performance over the past twelve-plus months.
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.