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Dealers with booths at the Central States Numismatic Society Continue reading
If you look at the mintage, you come to the clear conclusion that the 1915-S is likely to be a better Buffalo nickel. Continue reading
Even ordinary coin dates can have an interesting story. The 1857 Seated Liberty quarter was an average date, but it has an interesting story and that results in a situation where if you like ultra-grade coins from the 1850s, the 1857 is a date to remember, as there are some exceptional examples available. Continue reading
Attendees of the Baltimore Coin and Currency Convention Nov. 10-12 saw plenty of action Continue reading
Proof gold was bid to the top in Heritage Auction Galleries’ Nov. 30 sale in Dallas, Texas, marked by strong online bidding. Continue reading
The Heritage auction at FUN includes two Platinum nights and an broad assortment of coins. Continue reading
The president of Heritage Auction Galleries expected great things of the company’s FUN auction and was not disappointed by the results. Continue reading
The 1913-S Lincoln cent has always been seen as a better date. That said, the 1913-S was always lumped together with other San Francisco dates from 1910-1915, which was unfair to all of them, but at least today in MS-65, … Continue reading
I ran into Doc on Sunday. He is a retired physician here in Waupaca County and a casual coin collector. He wanted to talk about the new Presidential $1 coins. Usually he wants to talk politics, so this means that some of the Mint Continue reading