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U.S. Mint Asks Dealers for Coin Forecasts

By Richard Giedroyc Silver rather than gold is where the action is! Gold bullion and readily available business strike gold coins prior to 1933 are holding their own following a significant price run-up to an all-time record for gold. It … Continue reading

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How High Will Silver Go?

By Richard Giedroyc Silver broke through the $21 an ounce barrier as this commentary was being written, so how high will silver go? Is it really the poor man’s gold? There really isn’t anything further to say that the spot … Continue reading

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Scarce to Rare Coins Show No Signs of Slowing

By Richard Giedroyc  Anyone asking how the rare coin market is performing need not look any further than the 1933 $10 eagle graded Mint State 65 by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation that sold for $360,000 in a late April auction in … Continue reading

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Distinct segments determine market

There is no singular coin market. There are several distinct segments, these being scarce to rare, common yet collectible, and bullion-impacted markets. The scarce to rare market appears to be continuing to fire on all cylinders; however, it is challenging … Continue reading

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