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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...

5 FUN Must-See Coins & Currency

By Antoinette Rahn 64 - 1,500 - 15,000. Separately these three groups of numbers represent a wide variety of things. Together in the context of numismatics...

PCGS Names New President: Brett Charville

As part of the strategic plans by parent company Collectors Universe, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLCT) to improve and expand services and products for collectors and...

How To Grade Morgan Dollars: A Visual Guide

For the past 50 years or so, one of the most popular series among U.S. numismatists has been the Morgan silver dollar. Struck between 1878 and 1904 (with a final issue in 1921), Morgan dollars have achieved their popularity due to their large size, attractive design, and widespread availability in Mint State grades at relatively low cost (for common dates).