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9/4/2022

Jeff Garrett: Do Bullion Prices Still Matter?

While prices of gold and silver have cooled, the collectible coin market is still on a hot streak.

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10/27/2021

Activity Across the Market (November 2021 Greysheet)

As we collectively head into the final two months of 2021, the rare coin market appears to have leveled off, but this is not necessarily a negative.

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9/11/2021

MDC Monnaies de Collections Preview: 8th Numismatic Auction Rare Coins and Medals

MDC Monnaies de Collections sarl introduces its next major numismatic auction by expert Nicolas Gimbert in Monaco.

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4/23/2021

Publishers Message (May 2021 Greysheet)

As we enter the fifth month of the year, we are also finally starting to see real progress in terms of vaccinations and, therefore, a legitimate ending to this pandemic that has strangled our ability to travel and visit one another for the past 14 months.

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4/23/2021

Activity Across the Market (May 2021 Greysheet)

Another month, another record price for a United States rarity. That seems to be the theme so far this year.

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1/29/2021

Activity Across the Market: Precious Metals or Bitcoin? (February 2021 Greysheet)

CDN Editor, Patrick Ian Perez, lays out his thoughts on precious metals versus bitcoin in the February Greysheet.

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10/23/2020

Collectors Price Guide (CPG) Fall 2020 Editors Commentary

Patrick Ian Perez presents his Fall 2020 Editor's Commentary Report for the CPG quarterly price guide.

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10/2/2020

Activity Across the Market (October 2020 Greysheet)

It's certainly an exciting time to be a coin dealer.

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7/17/2020

Why Haven't Silver Premiums Come Down?

A common question that many collectors and investors (and more than a few dealers) are constantly asking. Mike Garofalo reviews what has happened in the precious metals market so far this year.

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5/26/2020

The 2020 Basketball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Program Is Off the Bench and NGC Is Ready to Play

After delaying the planned April release of the 2020 Basketball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coins due to the coronavirus, the US Mint has made the exciting announcement that the coins will be available for purchase on June 4 at noon (ET).

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5/4/2020

An Open Letter from Mark Salzberg

The cancellation of shows and comic cons as well as the closure of shops have dramatically and abruptly changed the global collectibles industry. Even in the Internet Age, many collectibles dealers have made their living through face-to-face interactions with other dealers and the public. With that dynamic gone for the foreseeable future, their survival — and the survival of our markets overall — rests on being able to sell collectibles online to a broad base of buyers around the world.

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4/1/2020

Coin and Banknote Markets Strong Amid Global Crisis

As the world faces an unprecedented economic and public health crisis brought on by the coronavirus COVID-19, the numismatic markets have demonstrated incredible resiliency. Indeed, coins and banknotes represent one of the rare pockets of stability, safety and even strength during this period of fear and uncertainty.

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3/6/2020

Activity across the market (March 2020 Greysheet)

Patrick Ian Perez summarizes the current state of the U.S. rare coin market in the March 2020 Greysheet.

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1/3/2020

Activity across the market (January 2020 Greysheet)

Patrick Ian Perez summarizes the current state of the U.S. rare coin market in the January 2020 Greysheet.

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3/28/2019

Silver Running Up To First For Many Collectors & Investors

In the Olympics, winning a silver medal usually means coming in second behind the first-place gold medal winner. In the world of insurance, a silver plan probably covers the doctor and prescriptions you want but comes with a big ol' four-figure deductible to boot. Yet, in the numismatic world, silver doesn't play second fiddle to gold – or anything else.

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2/27/2019

Market Review: Classic Commemorative Coins, Part I

Part I of a two-part analysis of classic commemorative coins, which enjoyed monumental popularity among investors in the late 1980s and were among the strongest performers of the early certified-coin bull market.

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1/1/2019

Record Prices in 2018 U.S. Rare Coin Market, Reports Professional Numismatists Guild

Dealers organization estimates the U.S. rare coin market was over $4 billion in 2018 Quality was in the eyes of the bidders in the multi-billion dollar United States ra

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4/29/2018

Activity Across The Market

As we enter the second quarter of 2018 the rare coin market sits in a good place but with plenty of upside potential still to be fulfilled. A number of factors will in

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2/9/2018

BLAME IT ON THE VIX

The week that many market observers were waiting for finally came the week ending the 9th of February, with a significant pullback in the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

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2/2/2018

BLUESHEET: CONNECTING THE FINANCIAL PREDICTION MARKETS TO RARE COINS

Perusing the financial headlines on a weekly or daily basis, one can find any amount of opinions on the direction for 2018 of a variety of assets: stocks, precious meta

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1/29/2018

PRESS RELEASE: Legend's 25th Regency Auction Sees Very Strong Bidding, Record Price Realized for 1920 Double Eagle.

(Lincroft, NJ—January 26, 2018)—Legend Rare Coin Auctions' latest Regency Auction, the 25th sale held as official auctioneer for the PCGS Members Only Shows, took place

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1/5/2018

BLUESHEET: WHAT WILL 2018 BRING IN NUMISMATICS?

As we kick off a new calendar year it's a fun exercise to think of what changes might occur in the new year. The previous year ended with mixed results across the boar

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8/14/2017

MARKET REPORT: ""Your Shows of Shows"" by Mike Fuljenz

The 2017 World's Fair of Money in Denver was typically well run and fun for all.  Kids participated in many fun attractions, including a wind tunnel of cash and picking

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7/6/2017

BLUESHEET: THE SKY IS FALLING, THE SKY IS FALLING... OR IS IT?

We have just concluded the second quarter of 2017, and the middle tier of the certified coin market has remained surprisingly firm through the first half of the year. O

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2/24/2017

Greysheet: COPPER SHINES AT GOLDBERG SALE

The Goldberg pre-Long Beach auction has concluded and, while copper coinage held most of the highlights, the top lot was a gold piece: an 1854-O $20 graded NGC AU53 which brought $305,500 with buyer's premium.

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1/1/2017

Monthly Supplement: WHOLESALE VS. RETAIL: COLLECTIBLE VALUES IN THE REAL WORLD

Few aspects of coin collecting seem to confuse newcomers as much as coin values. Although the question, “What is my coin worth?” appears to be a simple que

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4/29/2016

Gold Spikes On Dollar and Stock Weakness

As we end the week gold has spiked nearly $30 over the past 24 hours, nearly breaking the $1,300 barrier. Gold first crossed the $1,300 level in September of 2010, when

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3/8/2016

Greysheet: MARKET FIRMS UP IN FIRST QUARTER

Amid the constant online chatter theories abound as to whether the rare coin market is up, down, left or right. There is consensus that prices realized for the Pogue II

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2/23/2016

Greysheet: BULLION PRICES HOLDING... FOR NOW

After correcting immediately after the President’s Day holiday, gold regained strength in the subsequent trading days, holding comfortably above the important $1,

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