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Uncirculated 1937 British pound fetches $2.28M

Sometimes it's not the accomplishment but rather what wasn't that makes something incredibly valuable. Such is the case of a 1937 Edward VIII 5...

Do You Love a Good Bidding War?

By Antoinette Rahn If you've been to, watched, or participated in a few coin auctions in your lifetime, you're likely familiar with just how intense...

COINage Issue Highlights: April – May 2021

Below is a snapshot of some of the topics and interests you can expect to see in the pages of the April-May 2021 issue...

Going Once, Going Twice, SOLD! Five Intriguing U.S. Coins Sold in...

By Antoinette Rahn Coin auctions may seem to some to be about as far from a spectator sport as one can get, but if you've...

COINage Welcome Mat: Ian Russell

Life-Long Student of Numismatics and president of GreatCollections.com Editor’s Note: The COINage Welcome Mat is a column featuring new advertising partners. COINage welcomes Ian Russell,...

COINage Issue Highlights: February – March 2021

Below is a snapshot of some of the topics and interests you can expect to see in the pages of the February-March 2021 issue...

Coin of the Week: 1863 Seated Liberty Dollar

By Antoinette Rahn Have you ever described a coin as beautiful, stunning, dazzling, or perhaps exquisite and received a perplexed reaction from someone who is...

Heritage Auctions Dominating Sales of U.S. Coins

With the U.S. rare coin market posting strong sales through the first half of 2020, Heritage Auctions reports leading the global coin auction industry...

Issue Highlights: April/May 2020

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

Uncommon New Zealand Coins Set to Sell

(January 18, 2020) — A collection of rare and popular New Zealand coins certified by Professional Coin Grading Service is turning heads at the New...

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