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Whitman Expo shifts gears, eyeing expanded November event

An expanded “Mega Bourse” is being planned for the November 2021 Whitman Coin & Collectibles Expo. This news was shared by the show’s management following...

PCGS Coin of the Week: 1863 Trime MS67+PL

Yo, can you spare a trime? These tiny three-cent silver piece aren't often the coins that make numismatic headlines, but there's one specimen that...

Examining Bidder Response During Uncertain Times

By Greg Reynolds Editor's Note: This is part two of the two-part series, "Global Turmoil and Coin Market History." Enjoy Part I >>> The economy of...

Global Turmoil and Coin Market History

By Greg Reynolds Editor's Note: This is first of a two-part series, "Global Turmoil and Coin Market History." Enjoy Part II >>> There is similarity in...

PCGS Coin of the Week: 1854-S Liberty Head Half Eagle

Few numismatic rarities are as truly rare as the 1854-S Liberty Head $5 gold half eagle. With a mintage of 267 pieces and just...

UPDATE: Morelan Collection Auctioned on October 8

By Greg Reynolds Bruce Morelan’s set of early silver dollars and his assortment of 18th century type coins were offered by Legend Auctions on Thursday,...

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...

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