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PCGS Coin of the Week: 1855 Braided Hair Large Cent

Back when numismatics in the United States was building in momentum during the middle 19th century, those earlier coin collectors often turned to building...

Ultra-Rare 1854-S $5 Accompanies First Display in Nearly a Decade of...

(Orlando, Florida) June 22, 2021 – Not known to exist until 2006, the 1921 Roman Finish proof Saint-Gaudens double eagle authenticated and graded NGC PF64+ CAC...

PCGS Coin of the Week: 1794 Liberty Cap Cent

The 1794 Liberty Cap cent is a classic collector coin, representing just the second year of large cent production in the United States and...

PCGS Coin of the Week: 1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, MS65

One of the most notorious coins in numismatic history recently crossed the auction block at Sotheby's to smash all-time record prices. This coin is...

PCGS Coin of the Week: 1943 Bronze Cent, MS62BN

The 1943 bronze Lincoln cent is one of the most valuable and popular error coins ever to appear on the American numismatic scene. Capturing...

Unique 1854 New Orleans Gold Coin Returns Home

Historic sunken treasure is finally back in The Big Easy after a 167-year journey from the California Gold Rush, an arduous railroad trip across Panama, and...

PCGS Coin of the Week: 1796 Liberty Cap No Pole Half...

Early American copper coins have an enduring place in United States numismatics. It might have something to do with their lead position as the...

Bullion Demand and Rare Coin Optimism

By Michael Fuljenz Whenever financial, political, or other world events lead to a continued increase in the buying of gold and silver bullion coins for...

PCGS Coin of the Week: 1937-D 3-Legged Buffalo Nickel

Coin collectors love variety — especially when that variety comes in the form of varieties — plural. And one of the most popular of these...

S.S. Central America Sunken Treasure World Gold Coins in Goldberg Auction

First offering of these historic coins retrieved in 2014 from Atlantic Ocean site where fabled “Ship of Gold” sank in 1857 Two of the finest known, very...

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