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Friday June 13, 2014
It’s a common misconception in the coin industry that all American silver eagles were created equal. While no bullion silver eagles have a mintage of less than 3.5 million coins, and none of the proof American silver eagles have a mintage of less than 370,000 coins (with the exception of burnished, reverse proof and special edition silver eagles), some of these coins can sell at substantial multiples over the silver value of the coins. In this piece, we’re going to highlight some bullion and proof American silver eagles that are bought and sold at an additional premium over common date silver eagles primarily as a result of their mintage and demand in the current marketplace.
Tuesday June 10, 2014
Paper Money Guaranty® (PMG®) will begin to designate notes that exhibit exceptional eye appeal with a Star at the June 12-15 Memphis International Paper Money Show. PMG graders will conduct on-site grading at the show and all notes submitted will be eligible for the PMG Star Designation.
Monday June 9, 2014
The ANA Region 4 Newsletter recaps all the exciting events and occurrences of Region 4 Clubs during May and gives readers a heads up on what's coming in June.
Monday June 9, 2014
Calling all coin collectors, get on the bus. The Northwest Detroit Coin Club/Lansing Coin Club are sponsoring a trip to the 2014 American Numismatic Association's World's Fair of Money in Chicago, August 8. The convention will feature over 550 dealer tables, a collectible World Mint Passport (you can get a free coins from the world mints), drawings to win a limited edition, seminars, auctions, education exhibits and more.
Friday June 6, 2014
The Money Museum saw more than 200 patrons come out to see the new Treasures of the Deep exhibit on Thursday night. Caleb Noel and Barbara Gregory were on hand to photograph the event.