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Purpose & Service in Numismatics: Tom Snead

By Antoinette Rahn Tom Snead, founder, and president of Palm Island Coins & Currency is among the fortunate people who do what they love and...

COINage Confidential: Mark Salzberg

Mark Salzberg is one of the world’s most skilled and respected numismatists, having worked in the coin and collectibles industries for nearly 40 years....

Issue Highlights: February/March 2020

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

COINage Confidential: Ron Guth

Ron Guth is a recognized authority on the United States and a specialist in German coins. He has written or co-authored numerous books, several...

Cautionary Tale in Buying Rare Coins

By Robert Fligel As a long-time coin collector, investor and, most recently, a dealer, I would like to share my story. There is no teacher...

COINage Confidential: Maurice Rosen

Maurice Rosen is best known as the editor and publisher of the widely acclaimed Rosen Numismatic Advisory (RNA) which provides in-depth analysis and market...

How You Can Combat Counterfeiting

By R.W. Julian The hobby of numismatics is at a crossroads. The increasing number of counterfeits in the marketplace calls for strong responses, the first...

PCGS Expands Prooflike Eligibility

(Santa Ana, California) – Any and all qualifying mint state United States and world coins, as well as tokens and medals submitted to Professional...

Heritage Auctions Offers New Online Photo Feature

DALLAS, Texas (June 12, 2019) – Heritage Auctions is providing bidders and consignors with an exciting new view of world and ancient coins through...

Preserving the Grades of Coins

By David J. Camire and Richard S. Montgomery Improper storage and exposure to harsh environments can diminish a coin’s eye appeal, grade, and, in some...

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