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Herzog Collection of Loan Certificates Hitting Auction!

The Herzog Collection will hit ANA Auction! One of the finest collections ever assembled of American monetary instruments, the John E. Herzog Collection of United States Loan Certificates 1837-2000, will be sold by Stack’s Bowers Galleries at the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money Aug. 14. The collection was formed over five decades by […]

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Scarab Coin Series | New Release Coming Out!

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The first coins in the scarab coin series were introduced last year and proved instant sellouts helped, no doubt, by their simple yet powerful designs. The continuing quality of the third set indicates it is likely to do likewise. In June, Lichtenstein’s Coin Invest Trust (CIT) released the third set of a major coin series

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These ARE NOT the Error Coins You Are Looking For!

  From just plain tarnished to totally screwed up! These coins are simply not keepers and not error coins! These are a few examples of error coins that just won’t make the cut when it comes to collecting. I will explain why and show some more and less dramatic examples.   Comment or email us

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Coin World Sneak Peak on Unique Machine Doubling Examples

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An unusual case of machine doubling What is called “machine doubling” is a fairly common occurrence on coins and is a manifestation of press instability, writes Mike Diamond in his “Collectors’ Clearinghouse” column. The featured coin this week displays an unusual form of machine doubling. “A complex example of bifacial push doubling is seen here

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Possibly the First US Coin Ever Minted

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In 2013, David McCarthy spotted a rare coin in an auction catalog and immediately had a hunch it was the first coin minted by the fledgling United States of America in 1783. Not the first run of coins, mind you, but the very first one. McCarthy, an experienced numismatist (coin collector) bought the silver coin for $1.18

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Cool Numismatic News – $85K Coin Just Found 1990 No S

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Gold and Silver Price Continues to Rise

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Gold and silver futures retreated from 14-week highs but they still extended their string of weekly wins — three for gold and seven for silver. On Friday, gold for April delivery shed $2.50, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,239.10 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. “Gold is close to

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Police Charged and Fired after Stealing Merovingian Tremissis Gold Coins

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A policeman who found £15,000 of gold coins with his metal detector has been sacked for cheating the landowner out of a share of the treasure. PC David Cockle last month admitted theft and keeping the proceeds of the sale of coins found in a Norfolk field. A misconduct hearing was told Cockle had agreed

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