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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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The U.S. Dollar Index closed last Friday at 84.25. For the ninth consecutive week, the Dollar Index has finished higher than the quote from the end of the previous week. This is the longest string of consecutive weekly increases since … Continue reading
Gorny & Mosch will hold auctions No. 224-226 Oct. 13-17. The Munich, Germany, firm will put ancients through modern coins on the block. Highlighting the sale is an archaic silver stater from Knossos on Crete that depicts the Minotaur on … Continue reading
The Mint is ready to cut off sales of the one-ounce platinum American Eagle bullion coin. Authorized Purchasers have until Oct. 1 to get their orders in for the 2014-dated coins. Sales of the 2015 coins will commence in January. … Continue reading
By Kerry Rodgers The results of the Spink Numismatic Collector Series sale Aug. 21 in Hong Kong clearly demonstrate the heat currently present in the Chinese market. The company’s new Hong Kong showroom was packed with bidders on 1,514 mixed … Continue reading
The America the Beautiful quarter design honoring Colorado’s Great Sand Dunes National Park was officially introduced Sept. 4 at a ceremony in Mosca, Colo. Associate Director of Manufacturing Dave Croft participated in the traditional coin pour and gave a plaque … Continue reading
When the United States Mint began producing proof sets annually in 1950 collectors had one kind to choose from. Today, the Mint offers five different annual proof sets. And that’s where the confusion for collectors sets in. “I’ll have customers … Continue reading
Three Congressional Gold Medals were awarded Sept. 10 in Emancipation Hall in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center to honor the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Medals were made for the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and for Flight 93 … Continue reading
By Kerry Rodgers On Sept. 29 Dix Noonan Webb will be offering a rare Bank of England £1,000 note, P-341, as part of its British and World Paper Money sale. The note is described as having, “two light creases otherwise … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc It’s official. Lithuania will be replacing its litas currency with coins and bank notes of the European Union beginning January 1, 2015. According to State Secretary for European Affairs of Italy and President of the Council of … Continue reading