Mr. Coin Theft

The Numismatic Crime Information Center reported that the following theft occurred at the metro Atlanta coin shop Mr. Coin. The victim describes the incident: Two hispanic males arrived at the shopseeking fifteen gold coins for big celebration tomorrow. Will be used to make coin vest (showed pictures of their cultural practice). Price no concern (especially […]

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Heritage Adds Comprehensive Ancient Coins Data to HA.com

Comparable auction results and graded population guide for ancient coins marks another industry first for world’s leading numismatic auctioneer Collectors of ancient coins now have more information at their fingertips with Heritage Auctions’ new feature, which serves up comparable auction results and census statistics on coins auctioned through HA.com. The auctioneer’s World & Ancient Coins […]

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Washington’s 1792 Gold Piece Makes First Public Appearance Since 1890

A one-of-a-kind gold coin believed to have once been a cherished memento of U.S. President George Washington made its first public pre-auction showing since 1890 when Heritage Auction put it on display June 14 at the Long Beach Coin and Collectibles Expo in Long Beach, California. The gold coin will be sold without reserve at an August auction during the ANA World’s […]

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The King of American Coins Spotlights Heritage’s Long Beach Expo Auctions

The Mickley-Hawn-Queller specimen, a Class I “Original” 1804 dollar – considered “The King of American Coins” – may set numismatic history as Heritage Auctions presents several high-value private collections as the official auctioneer of California’s Long Beach Expo June 13-18. The multi-million dollar auction series exceeds 4,900 lots and includes one of the highest-valued, privately […]

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America’s Central Bank (Part 1 of 2)

Originally presented as a program at an MCCA meeting. It is easy to assert that Federal reserve policies have a more direct effect on each of us than any other entity in our society or government. Tonight, I will attempt an overview of how banking evolved, the needs central banks serve, and what may play […]

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New 2019 OFFICIAL BLUE BOOK

Expanded With Full-Color Sections The newest edition of the Handbook of United States Coins debuts in late May 2018. Known to collectors as the Blue Book, it is the best-selling annual guide to wholesale prices paid by U.S. coin dealers. The 304-page 76th edition, with a 2019 cover date, has been fully updated and expanded […]

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Kenneth Bressett Named First Editor Emeritus of the Red Book

Hobby Legend Is Honored in the New 2019 Edition Kenneth Bressett, longtime editor of the Guide Book of United States Coins (popularly known as the “Red Book”), has retired into Whitman Publishing’s newly created position of Editor Emeritus. The 2019 (72nd) edition of the Red Book, available now from booksellers and hobby shops nationwide, features […]

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