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  • by Charles Morgan
       Coin storage is the topic we discuss in this stream featuring CoinWeek editor Charles Morgan. Charles shares his personal experiences using a number of the hobby’s most popular products, including SAFLIP brand 2×2 coin flips, coin storage boxes that incorporate […]
  • by Stack's Bowers
    Stack’s Bowers Galleries is pleased to announce Part VI and Part VII of the now legendary D. Brent Pogue Collection. The Pogue Collection will forever be known as an incredible assembly of the very finest early American coins from 1792 through the […]
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    Precious metals futures divided Thursday with gains in gold and silver and losses in platinum and palladium. Gold finished at a more than two-week high. Gold for February delivery tacked on $8.70,… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website […]
  • by Mike Unser
    The United States Mint once again is publishing weekly sales figures for its numismatic products. The U.S. Mint's sales updates paused in early November when both the Mint employee primary… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full […]
  • by Pat Heller
    Several years ago, a good longtime customer came to the store I owned at the time to purchase a somewhat better-date U.S. $20 Saint-Gaudens double eagle in Choice Mint State-63 quality. We happened to have three specimens in stock, so … Continue […]
  • by Richard Giedroyc
    By Richard Giedroyc  The first million-dollar coin of the year came quickly in 2020, and it isn’t even an issue of the United States! A British 1936 gold sovereign of King Edward VIII, one of six known, was brokered by … Continue […]
  • by Numismatic News Staff
    Strong global demand for precious metal coins that honor the ancient Chinese zodiac has inspired The Perth Mint to release its next 12-year series of Australian Lunar coins, according to their Jan. 22 press release. The Perth Mint launched the … Continue […]