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Did you read the story about the new book coming out that tells the history of the Central States Numismatic Society? Continue reading
January is over. Mint sales numbers are in. January 2014 bullion Eagle sales were much lower than they were in January 2013. The Mint sold 39 percent fewer ounces of gold and 36 percent fewer ounces of silver. Overall, the … Continue reading
The month of January was not quite finished as this issue went to press. January gold bullion sales numbers hardly budged in the past week. Continue reading
Did you watch the Beatles on Ed Sullivan Feb. 9, 1964. I did. Like many others, I wonder where the last 50 years have gone. But thinking along numismatic lines, I wonder if the Mint needs to strike out in … Continue reading
A 1796 Small Eagle half dollar, 15 Stars, O-101 graded MS-63 by the Professional Coin Grading Service will be among the highlights at Stack’s Bowers Galleries New York Americana Sale Feb. 5-6. Continue reading
Price guides have long been the most popular items offered by numismatic publications. Having an idea of what something is worth is an important part our hobby/community. But what should the price guide show? Numismatic News publishes a monthly retail … Continue reading
When the 2014-W silver proof American Eagle went on sale Jan. 23, it was fully $10 cheaper than the 2013-W proof that was offered almost precisely one year earlier. Collectors showed their appreciation by buying almost 20 percent more of … Continue reading
I have worn eye glasses since I was eight years old. I have been called four eyes and I was told I could become cross eyed if I read too much. I’m not complaining. It was a part of growing … Continue reading
Will a modern rarity soon take its place among 1804 silver dollars, 1913 Liberty Head nickels and 1885 Trade dollars as coin auction royalty? We will see when Heritage Auctions puts a 1974-D aluminum cent on the block during its … Continue reading