Tag Archives: Class of 63

Time to join ranks of loyal readers

I have retired. After nearly 41 years working at the Numismatic News office, my chair is now vacant. As I head for the door, I want to say thank you to all readers. I have never forgotten who the average … Continue reading

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Delayed shipping probably unnecessary

“I want my coins yesterday” is the informal slogan of collectors who order new issues from the Mint. How else can you get them slabbed as first strikes? How else can you flip them for a profit on the secondary … 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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Who wins battle of video, written word?

When you want to know what the current price of gold is, do you want a tutorial about gold before the figure is given to you? I don’t think so. I was looking for something online yesterday. I had a … Continue reading

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Success derives from coin collecting

Are coin collectors more successful in life than noncollectors? I think they are, but I have no way to prove it. This is a thought that has crossed my mind many times over the years, but news of the auction … Continue reading

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