Have you heard? CDN President John Feigenbaum and Editors Patrick Ian Perez and Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez are dishing on the latest market buzz on a new podcast series called Both Sides of the Coin. You can now listen to every episode of this exciting new series with free downloads from iTunes. These fun, conversational 15- to 20-minute podcast episodes cover various significant news stories and important trends in the coin market. Some of the things you’ll hear on Both Sides of the Coin range from auction results to new United States Mint releases to virtually everything else that coin dealers and collectors need to know.
Both Sides of the Coin premiered in March 2018 and has been racking up hits from fans on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. It’s no wonder, as there’s always something new to learn from the guys on Both Sides of the Coin. CDN President John Feigenbaum has decades of experience in the coin industry and brings his keen insights on the latest in pricing, auctions, hoard discoveries, and other fascinating news from the world of coins. Meanwhile, Patrick Ian Perez’s professional background includes many years as both a coin dealer and numismatic writer, and he also loves sharing the scoop on the latest happenings from the paper currency market. CDN newcomer Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez, a longtime coin collector, is a coin journalist and blogger who shares his two cents on an array of numismatic topics.
Reaching an international audience via the internet, Both Sides of the Coin provides not only an informational, educational, and entertaining peek into the latest numismatic stories, but it also serves as an editorial arm for CDN’s flagship publications, such as Greysheet, Bluesheet, Greensheet, and Goldsheet. This assures that those who read our publications in print or online can now gain more informational context on the market activity from the very experts who deliver the essential coin pricing data that countless coin dealers, collectors, and others have trusted since 1963.
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