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Coin of the Week: 1856 Flying Eagle Cent

By Antoinette Rahn When you think of early U.S. coin production, what is the first word that comes to mind? It's "rebellious," right? No? We...

Coin of the Week: 1796 U.S. Quarter Dollar

By Antoinette Rahn Sometimes when a new idea comes to the table, it's met with a less than exuberant response. In turn, the same concept...

DLRC Offers the Continental Collection of American Bank Note Company Plates

David Lawrence Rare Coins presents a unique offering of stamp plates and dies from the American Bank Note Company. (Virginia Beach, VA) In a unique...

Issue Highlights: June/July 2020

Below is a snapshot of some of the topics and interests you can expect to see in the pages of the June/July 2020 issue...

Coin of the Week: 1910 Lincoln Cent

By Antoinette Rahn, Managing Editor Whether you are most familiar with the moniker Wheaties, or Wheat Ear Lincoln cents, or simply Wheat cents, all of...

5 Noteworthy Coins Set to Sell at Long Beach Expo

By Antoinette Rahn With a mintage of just 100 coins, the 1875 $10 Liberty Eagle coin is a scarce and historic piece, and one example...

The 1975 No-S Roosevelt Dime Notches Another Record — And It’s...

Just a few days after the finer of two known 1975 No-S Roosevelt dime crossed the auction block at the Long Beach Expo for...

Rare 1894-S Barber Dime Sold For $1.32 Million, Now In Greatest...

An example of the 1894-S Barber dime, considered one of the most famous of all rare United States coins, found its way into the...

Ancient Gold Coin Commands $700,000

Earlier this year, a young metal detectorist came across a small 24-karat gold coin. It recently sold at auction for $700,000. The 1,700-year-old Roman...

Kennedy Half Commands Record Price

A 1964 Kennedy half dollar sold for a world record $108,000, making it the most expensive coin of its type, during a public auction...

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