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Coins with Intrinsic Value in High Demand

By Richard Giedroyc Could prices for key date and ultra-high condition certified coins be ready for a dramatic increase? Dealers have been recently indicating there is a shortage of quality coins that aren’t what I would term “recycled stuff.” It … Continue reading

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Mint Statistics: Eagle Soaring Lower Than Usual

New to Mint Statistics this week is the 2019-W Uncirculated American Gold Eagle.  The Mint launched sales for this coin on Thursday, June 13.  With just four days of sales recorded on this week’s report, the total of 1,467 represents … Continue reading

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Mint Statistics: American Legion commemorative coins debut

First-day sales of the 2019 American Legion commemorative coins totaled 39,671, according to U.S. Mint spokesman Michael White. With sales of 4,512, more than half of the allotted amount of the three-coin proof sets have already sold, but plenty of … Continue reading

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Present prices present opportunities

If you are a coin dealer, you’ve taken your lumps over the past two years. Bullion gold and silver prices have remained relatively flat. Despite this being good news for consumers, few buyers looked at this scenario as being a … Continue reading

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2019 will be a year to please us all

Should I throw caution to the winds for my 2019 forecasts? I decided I should. Volatility is the name of the game these days as the future looks more and more uncertain. Uncertainty means gold should be a winner. My … Continue reading

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My forecasts are battered and bruised

As the year comes to a close, I have to begin thinking about my annual forecast columns. Some years I do better than others, but on average you would do as well tossing a coin. Even with two weeks to … Continue reading

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Sideways we will go with U.S. gold coins

The spot price of gold ended the month of November almost where it had begun. This outcome perhaps discouraged many potential bullion-related coin sales in its wake. No excitement often leads to no buyers. Mint sales of gold and silver … Continue reading

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Mint Statistics: American Eagles jingle all the way

One good sales week deserves another as far as silver American Eagle bullion coins go. In the last seven days, the Mint has sold an additional 590,000 of these. This has nearly doubled the monthly total to 1,270,000. It will … Continue reading

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Morgan silver dollars fluctuate only sideways

The ups and downs of the coin market continue. If Morgan silver dollars are any collectible coin market coincidence barometer, it suggests little if any appreciation is taking place. A number of common to scarce Morgan dollar dates, especially in … Continue reading

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Mint Statistics: Limited Edition set demand declines

Purchase momentum for the 2018-S Limited Edition Silver Proof Set slowed this week. Buyers took another 5,975 of the $144.95 set. The running sales total rises from the initial 24,990 to 30,965. Maximum is 50,000. Loss of momentum is also … Continue reading

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