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Fabulous Collections and Important Rarities to Anchor Legend's Regency Auction 54 Superb Proof Barber Dimes, Exquisite Capped Bust Half Dollars, Registry Set of Oregon Halves set to cross the auction block.
Superb Proof Barber Dimes, Exquisite Capped Bust Half Dollars, Registry Set of Oregon Halves set to cross the auction block.
The 1795 Nine Leaves Ten Dollar, BD-3, R.6, MS63+ PCGS. CAC is the rarest and most popular of all the Capped Bust Right, Small Eagle tens. John Dannreuther calls this issue ""the king of the Small Eagle type.""
The collection comprises over 100 certified coins that have been graded by PCGS and NGC, the two leading grading services for rare coins, and were mostly acquired from 2000 to 2008.
Legendary financial forecaster's sale includes 'virtually untouched' 1907 Saint-Gaudens High Relief Double Eagle
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) has certified hundreds of additional selections from the incomparable collection of Donald G. Partrick. Incredibly, this stunning group of coins includes two Brasher Doubloons, fabled rarities that rank among the most prized coins in all of numismatics.
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.
The Tomaska die varieties for Franklin Half Dollars have already been added to NGC's VarietyPlus. The Kennedy Half Dollar attributions will be added soon. Varieties for other Proof coinage from the Tomaska book will be considered on a case-by-case basis. An additional fee of $15 per coin applies for the VarietyPlus service.
The top four prices realized in the US coins sale were for NGC-certified coins. The 1858 Eagle, which is graded NGC PF 64 Ultra Cameo and pedigreed to the Trompeter Collection, realized $480,000. It is the only known example in private hands and hails from the year the US Mint first announced that it was selling Proof coinage; previously, it had been a poorly kept secret.
The coins struck in Hawaii from 1847 to 1883 represent a truly unique and highly collectible area of the U.S. rare coin market. Some coins are surprisingly affordable and quite rich in history. Mike Garofalo reviews this area in depth with a great perspective for the dealer and collector alike.
Part 4, the final installment, of Greg Reynolds series analysis on the draped bust silver dollars focuses on the proof issues that were issued from 1801-1804. These controversial issues, also called novadels, are a fascinating piece of numismatic lore and include the very famous 1804 dollar.
Collections Feature Top Registry Sets of Proof Shield Nickels, Barber Halves and Trade Dollars — Certified by NGC Santa Ana, CA – Stack's Bowers Gall
What would you do if you found an extremely rare 1848 proof Liberty Seated dime in a lot of otherwise ordinary coins you just bought on eBay? If you're Sam Shafer, a 30-year-old vest pocket coin dealer in Fishers, Indiana, you jump for joy!
One of the things that we feel it is important to do here at CDN is to periodically evaluate our publications and see if there are areas where we can expand coverage to
The area that shows the most price activity this week is proof singles. The proof coinage of the years 1936 to 1942 have generally been considered to be better when it
The third edition of MEGA RED (the Deluxe Edition of the Guide Book of United States Coins, also known as the Red Book) will officially debut at the Whitman Coin and Co
BY JOHN FEIGENBAUM, PUBLISHER & PATRICK IAN PEREZ, EDITOR This Quarterly II is the first issue in which we were able to survey market activity with our expanded lis
The CoinPlex trading network is set to celebrate its sixth anniversary in September of this year and big, exciting changes are in store. The first is that CoinPlex is f