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- e-letters (December 13, 2016) We asked: Are million dollar rarities overhyped? While the vast majority of collectors will never own a million-dollar coin – including me! – all of us can admire, appreciate and, yes, envy the stratosphere in which those historic coins orbit the hobby. Most of the time, news about the sale of seven-figure rarities generate headlines in ...
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Last known sales figures for Oregon quarter make an appearance in Mint Statistics boxes. Continue reading
Holder for proof Kansas “Buffalo” quarter one of the featured items. Continue reading
More than 1,600 lots of U.S. coins and paper money will be up for sale in the firm Continue reading
Highlighting the Lee Collection III sale is a 1795 half dime, graded MS-67 Prooflike by Numismatic Guaranty Corp., and a 1942/1 dime with full bands, graded MS-66 by Professional Coin Grading Service. Continue reading
James Davis, of Colorado Springs, Colo., is the newest member, the second grader hired by ICG in the past six months. Continue reading
Dealers: order your 2005-dated bullion coins as fast as you can. Regular sales of 2005 platinum, gold, and silver American Eagle bullion coins will end Dec. 9. Any remaining inventory will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis beginning Dec. … Continue reading
Carlisle Development has recently released Version 6.0 of its Coin Collector Continue reading
Not so fast After reading the letter in the Jan. 31 issue of Numismatic News I just had to write. On Tuesday, Jan. 17, I started to try to order the Ben Franklin commemorative coins starting at 9 Pacific time. … Continue reading
All the factors that could make any single date of Saint-Gaudens double eagles available or scarce were at work in the case of the 1921. Continue reading