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- Letters to the Editor (09/30/14) Don’t buy the highest grade you can affordWe have all heard the advice “buy the highest grade you can afford”. In contrast, a recent collecting strategy has been to buy the lowest grade coin you can find. Although I currently subscribe to the fo...
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Baseball coin buyers took home more of the Hall of Fame clad half dollars this week than they did the week before. Sales of proofs totaled 13,930 while the uncirculated sales number was 8,139. The 2014 proof silver American Eagle … Continue reading
There are no home runs this week. Buyers are active, but spreading their dollars around various Mint products. Proof baseball half dollars advanced by 8,852 this week to 119,869. The uncirculated version moved ahead by 4,758 coins to 74,203. Proof … Continue reading
While we were all looking at baseball sales sellouts, some dyed-in-the-wool collectors were busy ordering the daylights out of the Smoky Mountains 5-ounce silver coin. The 2014-P collector version goes on the chart below at 21,415. That’s already almost as … Continue reading
The baseball silver dollar has sold out, so the sales numbers on this page are now simply curiosities compiled by the Mint on April 6. Continue reading
In my opinion a 50th anniversary of the Kennedy half dollar commemorative issue would be meaningless. Continue reading
The gold baseball coins sold out the day after they went on sale. Continue reading
How can I determine the date of the coins in my Brilliant Uncirculated bank roll if the reverse is what is showing on the end coins? Continue reading
It seems like the 1914-D is a very different coin to place correctly in its right place as an important Lincoln cent. Continue reading
Half a billion dollars is a lot of money. Wouldn’t you agree? Continue reading