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Author Archives: Dave Harper
I raced into the office this morning early. I have much to catch up on. I went home early in the afternoon on Friday to fight the cold that had settled in. I noticed gold was at $1,235 a troy … Continue reading
Anyone who has ever served on a board of any kind will sympathize with members of the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee at this morning’s meeting at Mint headquarters in Washington, D.C. The agenda announcement laid out in few words a … Continue reading
The Fort McHenry 5-ounce bullion coin is now sold out, having reached the 30,000 sales mark. Continue reading
When the U.S. Mint begins to sell Baseball Hall of Fame commemorative coins next year, it will mark a number of firsts. The first that everyone by now is aware of is the coins will sport a clever common design … Continue reading
The U.S. Mint said a couple of weeks ago that it would be selling silver American Eagle one-ounce bullion coins to its authorized purchasers until Dec. 9. That has not changed, but the Mint is also clearly cutting back on … Continue reading
Every collector has a want list whether he writes it somewhere or not. That list always seems to grow faster than money is earned to pay for the items on it. However, collectors don’t just work their way through it … Continue reading
Is it just me? Last week I had lunch with Clifford Mishler, former president of the American Numismatic Association and Krause Publications. We talk about various topics of the day at our weekly get-togethers. He was doing his advance planning … Continue reading
A letter arrived on my desk yesterday with some news in it. Continue reading
Walter Perschke’s Brasher doubloon with the “EB” punched on the eagle’s wing has been consigned to Heritage’s upcoming Florida United Numismatists convention auction. It will be an historical moment when the coin goes up for bids. In a press release, … Continue reading
You can tell when the price of gold bullion drops because sales numbers for the Mint’s gold coin products can drop along with it as would-be buyers decide to cancel their orders. Continue reading