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If you are within driving distance of Chattanooga, Tenn., you should consider attending the Tennessee State Numismatic Society Fall Coin & Currency Show Nov. 1-3. In all the years I have worked in numismatics I have attended many shows, but … Continue reading
Most people have a a sense of real estate values in their area, especially since we have just gone through a period of huge price gains followed by a crash and foreclosures. Now we are back to watching real estate … Continue reading
First Spouse gold coins will be offered by the U.S. Mint this year even later on the seasonal calendar than was done last year. Once again striking problems caused the delay. The first 2013 design for Ida McKinley will be … Continue reading
When I first read what the theme of next year’s National Coin Week will be, I wondered to myself how the American Numismatic Association came up with such a clunky title. It is called “Coin & Country: Celebrating Civic Service.” … Continue reading
What do you think is on the cover of the U.S. Mint’s holiday catalog that I received in the mail at my home mailing address yesterday? It features gold, silver and platinum American Eagles, the collector versions of the popular … Continue reading
We don’t have to wait until the end of the month to see whether the downward sales trend for one-ounce American Eagle gold bullion coins will be broken. It has been. For five consecutive months sales have slid from the … Continue reading
Washington Irving’s Rip Van Winkle slept for 20 years. Bullion buyers in 1980 had to endure 21 years before the final bottom was put in place for gold in 2001 and the long up market began. What will happen to … Continue reading
I pulled out the June 1, 2010, issue of Numismatic News for a quick look this morning. The front page featured a gold story that reported the precious metal had nearly reached $1,250 in the prior week before retreating a … Continue reading
Gold dropped below the $1,300 mark this morning, according to the Kitco website. This price decline prompts some thoughts. Wisconsin elected a governor in 1978 who was found of saying, “He who has the gold makes the rules.” Obviously gold … Continue reading