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If a coin has been waxed, caulked or otherwise altered, the “Coin Sniffer” will know. Continue reading
Entering the listing for the first time this week are sale figures for the 14-coin 2010 United States Mint Silver Proof Set, which went on sale Aug. 26 at $56.95 per set.
Collectors were back out in force at the 16th Annual Chicago Paper Money Exposition, March 18-21, at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel, Rosemont, Ill. Continue reading
Gold proof Buffalo sales edged up slightly since the Jan. 12 totals. As of Jan. 25, 44,889 of the one-ounce coins had been sold.
Another week of slow down in gold proof Buffalo sales. The increase was just 2,597. The total for the proofs stands at 37,885 for the month of November. Sales of the bullion version jumped from 33,000 to 61,500. Continue reading
On June 26, from the floor of the 33rd Memphis International Paper Money show at the Cook Convention Center, Lyn F. Knight officially announced his firm’s purchase of the popular paper money show from the Memphis Coin Club. Continue reading
The anniversary issue of Numismatic News celebrates 55 years of publishing hobby news. Here is a look back at some of the top stories from each of the decades. Continue reading
A strong $5.2 million auction and an active bourse characterized the 26th annual MidAmerica Coin Expo June 21-24 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill. Continue reading