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Heritage to Offer the Drs. Joanne and Edward Dauer Collection of World Banknotes Joanne and Edward Dauer have spent a lifetime specializing U.S. and British Commonwealth banknotes. Their collection of World Banknotes is among the finest ever assembled. On April 24, Heritage is proud to present an auction of their collection, featuring rarities spanning the world over, some of the finest to be offered in decades.

Full Bands 67+ CAC 1936-S Mercury Dime at On Sunday, April 12, bidding ends on for this toned 1936-S Winged Liberty dime, graded MS-67+ Full Bands by PCGS and approved by CAC. In 1936, there were 9,210,000 dimes struck at the San Francisco Mint, which was a relatively average mintage for an S-mint Mercury dime.

New 2021 Official Red Book Will Debut April 7 Best-Selling Annual Guide Prices Nearly 8,000 Items, Reports Dramatic Market and Hobby Changes The 74th edition of the coin-collecting hobby’s.

PMG Certifies ANA Bebee Collection of Uncut Banknote Sheets Paper Money Guaranty was honored to recently certify nearly 20 uncut sheets of banknotes from the legendary ANA Bebee Collection. The sheets were submitted to PMG by the American Numismatic Association, the country's largest nonprofit numismatic organization, which received the Bebee Collection in 1988.

The 1992 Silver Proof Set marksThe Return to Silver Not only does it mark the return of 90% silver dimes, quarters, and half dollars following a 28-year hiatus, but it also ushered in a new era of high-silver-content numismatic coinage - something many younger numismatists and modern coin collectors simply can't fathom going without.

National Coin Week - Use Pocket Change to Educate Children at Home The theme of this year's National Coin Week is "Remarkable Women: Catalysts for Change", which is inspired by the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1920 granting women the right to vote, as well as celebrating the many contributions of women in society and numismatics.

CoinWeek Exclusive Video: CoinWeek Q&A - April 1, 2020 Gather round and let's talk coins with CoinWeek Editor Charles Morgan. Charles answers viewer questions about the state of the market, what to do during this time of quarantine, whether the United States Mint should have a true wholesale program for dealers, which areas of the numismatic marketplace are primed to get hot, and much more… Save...

Proof of Attendance Protocol Open Standard for Dapp POAP is short for Proof of Attendance Protocol. POAP is looking for funding / grants and is one of the top funded projects on Gitecoin. Gitcoin is largely a decentralized application that's constructed on Ethereum's platform. It provides event travelers for their attendance verification through a system of collecting digital badges.

The Coin Books You Need to Succeed In this video, CoinWeek Editor Charles Morgan gives an insightful rundown of the coin books that you need in your library to take your hobby to the next level. Each one of these selections contains money-saving insights, must-know insider information, and untold hours of inspiration for the numismatic enthusiast.

Superior Gem 1911 Double Eagle Featured in Stack's Bowers June 2020 Auction By James McCartney - Senior Numismatist, Stack's Bowers…… With only 197,250 pieces produced, the 1911 Saint-Gaudens $20 double eagle gold coin has one of the lowest mintages among circulation strike issues of the entire series.

Heritage Central States Ancient & World Coins Auction Open for Bidding As the auction season kicks into full stride with Heritage's April 24-27 World and Ancient Coin Signature auction, we are excited to announce another standout auction, as well as the addition of a special Premier Session of elite coins sure to appeal to even the most scrupulous collector.

Numismatic Crime - Stolen Russian Coins, Arrest Made in Show Theft Numismatic Crime with Doug Davis - Founder and President, Numismatic Crime Information Center…… Numismatic Crime Detectives in Omaha, Nebraska are investigating a theft resulting in the loss of over $30,000 USD in Russian coins. Below is an image of the police report:.

A Message From the American Numismatic Association To our American Numismatic Association community,. While this Coronavirus has impacted all facets of our lives, the American Numismatic Association has been focused on how we can keep our members safe and engaged.

CoinWeek Stream: FAO Medals - An Interesting Modern-Era Collecting Area One of the interesting sidestreets in numismatics that I have found myself fascinated by is the one filled with hundreds of medals struck by the FAO, the United Nation's food and agriculture development and research organization.

CoinWeek Podcast #131: Harvey Stack Reflects on Stack's at 57th Street Stream this podcast for free by downloading the podomatic app or subscribe to the CoinWeek Podcast on iTunes. Hi Everybody, this is Charles Morgan from CoinWeek. I'm delighted in the midst of our nationwide lockdown to bring you one of the coin collecting hobby's preeminent figures.

Coin Dealers Helping Coin Dealers and Roundtable Trading Extend Collaboration With NGC, NCS and PMG Numismatic Guaranty Corporation and Paper Money Guaranty are pleased to announce that they have been reappointed as the Official Grading Services of the popular Facebook group Coin Dealers Helping Coin Dealers, as well as Roundtable Trading, LLC, an affiliated dealer-to-dealer trading and informational platform.

Perth Mint Coin Profiles - Australia 2020 Dragon 1oz Gold, Silver Bullion Rectangular Coins The Perth Mint is excited to release these 1oz gold and silver bullion coins featuring two Chinese dragons in a unique rectangular format. In Chinese culture, the dragon is revered as a divine mythical creature, a symbol of power, strength, wealth, and good fortune, and it is often portrayed alongside a luminous or flaming pearl.

1804: Standout Era Dime Being a tough early dime of the United States is not an easy thing to do as virtually any early dime of the United States is tough and expensive. That said, the 1804 stands out as one of the better dates. We cannot really be sure what happened back in 1804 when it came to the mintage of dimes.

ANACS Suspends Coin Grading Operations By ANACS…… Effective immediately, due to the health emergency caused by the COVID19 virus and in compliance with the State of Colorado, ANACS has suspended its operations until it is safe and permitted to reopen. Please refrain from submitting until further notice.

March's Top Releases From Peter Rabbit to Rupert Bear and even James Bond, March was jam packed with exciting new releases for collectors. Need a reminder of what they were? Well in my latest video I count down my top releases from the month… It's certainly been a good'un.

The Pogue VII Sale - My Perspective Through A Dozen Coins: Doug Winter My assumption was that the Pogue VII Sale would do well no matter the circumstances. The coins were absolutely amazing and there weren't that many of them. Given the wealth of the Pogue family and the circumstances associated with the collection, it seemed unlikely to me that the family would make the decision to postpone the sale.

Silver Proof Set Slated for April 17 If any collectors missed a coin released so far in 2020 or were unable to purchase a specific one, a 2020 silver proof set is the way to go. The U.S. Mint says it will release the set at noon EST April 17.

No FG Kennedy Half Dollars - What Are They & What Are They Worth? By Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez for PCGS…… Kennedy half dollars are among the most popular United States coins, offering a wide variety of common dates, conditional rarities, and notable varieties. Among these varieties are the No FG Kennedy half dollars, which lack the "FG" initials of the coin's reverse designer Frank Gasparro.

Gold, Silver Coins Commemorate Renaissance Artist Raffaello Sanzio Raffaello Sanzio by the Italian Mint…… The State Mint of Italy has produced two coins, one in silver and one in gold, to celebrate Raffaello Sanzio the illustrious artist of Urbino, on the fifth centenary of his death. The silver coin will have a circulation of 5,000 pieces in Proof, and it has a nominal value of 5 euros.

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