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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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Buffalo nickels, Saint-Gaudens gold and other U.S. coins will be featured in Bowers and Merena’s Baltimore sale July 13-14. Continue reading
A peregrine falcon will grace the Idaho state quarter when it is released in 2007. Continue reading
At this reckoning, the San Francisco Museum and Historical Society can expect $3,031,275 in surcharges so far. Continue reading
The 6,919-lot U.S. coin sale by Heritage Auction Galleries at the Long Beach Expo realized $13,320,264, coming in a close second to Heritage’s paper money sale at the show. Continue reading
Every reader of Numismatic News, take a bow. You often are my eyes and ears. This was very true with the American Eagle 20th Anniversary Gold and Silver Set. Continue reading
A sellout was declared for the American Eagle 20th Anniversary Silver Coin Set featuring three of the one-ounce silver coins. Mint operators said no more were available as of Nov. 13. Continue reading
Heirs of Philadelphia jeweler and coin dealer Israel Switt filed suit Dec. 5, claiming that the government stole 10 uncirculated 1933 $20 gold pieces from them. Continue reading
Two large 1776 Continental Congress coin-patterns will be included in Superior’s sale before the FUN convention in Orlando. Continue reading