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High mintage projected for Jackie First Spouse

Jacqueline “Jackie” Kennedy is considered to be one of the most popular first spouses due to her involvement in many philanthropic, historical and diplomatic causes. But how well will that popularity translate into a coin? The 2015-W Jacqueline Kennedy First … Continue reading

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‘Royal’ marks Australia note development

By Kerry Rodgers In May Australia’s Universal Coin Co. announced the impending sale of graphic art works from three different artists who have contributed to the development of Australia’s paper currency over some 35 years. The artists are Bruce Stewart, … Continue reading

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Shekels of Tyre topic of lecture

By Henry T. Hettger Experts and interested parties gathered June 3 from around the world at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., for the Tyre Day Symposium. One of history’s oldest cities, Tyre, Lebanon, is considered a cradle of … Continue reading

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Continental dollar struck in Europe?

The annual Royal Numismatic Society publication, the Numismatic Chronicle, has an interesting article by Catherine Eagleton in its 2014 edition just published. The author discusses a 1776 Continental dollar in the holdings of the British Museum and this is sure … Continue reading

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Texas takes its gold

On June 12, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed legislation to establish a state-run gold depository in the Lone Star State. In a statement, Abbot said, “The Texas Bullion Depository will become the first state-level facility of its kind in the … Continue reading

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Buyers have confidence in gold

A continuing trend so far in June shows Authorized Purchasers increasing their orders for gold bullion American Eagle coins. As of June 17, investors purchased  33,500 one-ounce, 1,000 half-ounce, 6,000 quarter-ounce and 50,000 tenth-ounce gold Eagles. With a total of … Continue reading

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Try smaller gold

Affordable, yet attractive, Indian Head quarter ($2.50) and half ($5) eagles make a good choice for gold coin collecting on a budget. Mike Fuljenz, owner of Universal Coin & Bullion, Beaumont, Texas, and a specialist on Indian Head gold, said … Continue reading

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Annual CICF show dates set for 2016

The 41st annual Chicago International Coin Fair will be held April 14-17, 2016, at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill. The bourse will be located in Hall B, which is directly off the main entrance lobby. The … Continue reading

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Spink’s latest sale realizes $4.8 million

Spink London put Part 2 of the Slaney Collection of English Coins on the block May 14. The entire collection had been assembled with great care and considerable expense between 1940 and 1960. Several celebrated collections were dispersed during those … Continue reading

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NGC expands in China

Demand for third-party grading services is expanding in China. Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, Numismatic Conservation Services and Paper Money Guaranty are growing with it. The three companies, which are independent members of the Certified Collectibles Group, have extended their Official Submission … Continue reading

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