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There are coins rarer than the 1804 silver dollar and others that have price tags exceeding a million dollars, yet some of these rarities don’t command much of a price. Why the difference? Continue reading
I’ve noticed you refer to fiat and specie money regularly in some of your answers. Are you a hard asset person? Continue reading
Are there coin dealers who directly influence, or even control the prices of coins? Continue reading
What does it mean when a medal is described on its certificate of authenticity as being layered in gold? Continue reading
Has anyone ever produced prototype coins for a possible currency union between Canada, Mexico, and the United States? Continue reading
Why do we commonly refer to the U.S. one-cent coin as a “penny?” Continue reading
David Quante of the Myrtle Beach Coin Exchange has offered some additional information on the American Arts gold medallion program. Continue reading
“Gradeflation” and the grading craze in general appear to have formed a numismatic bubble for modern and perhaps all coin investing. Where did all this originate? Continue reading
In a previous edition of “Coin Clinic” you discussed the American Arts gold medallion series. Is there a good reference for these medals? Continue reading
I have been buying rolls of the Presidential dollars and cherry picking them for examples with no flaws or flaws that are small and inconspicuous. I expect the majority of these coins are at least MS-67 and some should be higher. You said sellers are getting good prices for super grade common modern coins. Is this true for Presidential dollars? Continue reading