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February 25, 2014 • $2.99

ISSUE AT A GLANCE

Smoky Mountain launches
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MORE THAN TWO BITS
Dealer Harlan J. Berk
decides to accept bitcoins.

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GOLD AT THE TOP
World gold coins
highlighted the Heritage
Newman Sale Part III.

A winter snow both delayed and emphasized the introduction of the 2014 Great
Smoky Mountains National Park quarter
Jan. 29 in Gatlinburg, Tenn.
More than 300 persons, including 40
kids, braved the elements to attend a launch
ceremony that began an hour and a half late.
National Park Acting Superintendent
Pedro Ramos joined U.S. Mint Acting
Associate Director of Manufacturing Dave
Croft for the launch and a ceremonial coin
pour introducing the 21st design of the
America the Beautiful series.
“This new quarter reflects the nation’s
continuing fascination with the beauty,
Smoky/Page 49

Pedro Ramos and Dave Croft pour out the new Great
Smoky Mountains quarters.

Carson City gold $20 highlights Heritage sale

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NOT SMALL CHANGE
More than $5 million
was realized at the
Stack’s Bowers and
Ponterio auction.

EXHIBITION READY
Great rarities will be on
display at the American
Numismatic Association
National Money Show
Feb. 27-March 1.

MISTAKES ON PAPER
Dealer Fred Bart asks
collectors to search their
new $100s.

Rarity trumped quality when a cleaned
1870-CC Liberty Head $20 gold piece sold
for $164,500 at a U.S. coin auction held Feb.
3-5 in New York City by Heritage Auctions.
The coin was called cleaned with AU
sharpness by ANACS.
Prices quoted for this $11.5 million sale
include a 17.5 percent buyer’s fee.
A 36.40-ounce Kellogg & Humbert
gold ingot recovered from the sunken S.S.
Central America brought an even higher
price of $176,250.
Going for $158,625 was an 1855-S half
dollar graded Proof-65 by Numismatic
Guaranty Corporation. It is one of a possible

A rare 1870-CC gold $20 brought $164,500.

three proofs extant and the only one available to collectors, the catalog noted.
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Gold Kennedy half possible to celebrate 50th
Responses from up to 60,000 customers
of the U.S. Mint will determine whether there
will be a gold Kennedy half dollar in 2014 to
mark the 50th anniversary of the series.
A survey was sent out to them Jan. 29, but
the Mint expects only 2,000 customers will
actually return it by the Feb. 18 deadline.
The possible gold Kennedy would cost
about $1,200 to $1,300 and there would be a
mintage of 50,000.

The Mint stresses that no decisions have
been made about this and won’t be until the
results are analyzed.
The Mint survey also notes that there
will be a special clad half dollar set to
mark the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy
half dollar. In it would be coins from
Phildealphia, Denver, San Francisco and
West Point with each of the four coins havKennedyPage 49

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Half Cent ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
1795. NGC. G-6. CAC. The pristine surfaces are light
brown and as perfect as you’ll find on an early Half
Cent in this grade. There is a tiny rim bump at 9
o’clock we mention for the sake of accuracy, but it
does not detract from the exceptional overall eye
appeal of this beautiful coin. . . . . #210924 $1295.00

Red with zero finer! Gorgeous blazing red luster and
a needle-sharp strike with pristine surfaces that are
completely spot-free.. . . . . . . . . . . #211043 $2995.00

the design elements. The strike is very sharp and
subtle hints of gold toning add to the eye appeal
of this attractive coin. . . . . . . . . . . #211062 $3450.00

Two-Cent Piece –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Barber Quarters –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
1902-O. PCGS. MS-62. Brilliant luster & a solid strike.
Over 4 million minted yet relatively few have graded
mint state at PCGS or NGC. . . . . . #211063 $1250.00

Large Cents ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

1808. PCGS. VF-30. A very attractive example
of this first year Turban Head Cent. The detail is
solid for the grade and the medium brown
surfaces are choice. . . . . . . . . . #210999 $1695.00
1841. PCGS. MS-64. BN. Well struck with glossy light
brown luster & a faint reddish ting.. #211039 $1795.00
1846. PCGS. MS-64+. BN. CAC. Well struck with
beautiful glossy medium brown surfaces. No carbon
spots or significant marks, making the 64+ grade
seem a bit to stingy! . . . . . . . . . . . #211022 $1495.00

1864. PCGS. MS-64. RB. Small Motto. The entire
motto is smaller on this variety but the differences
in the size & particularly the position of the D in
GOD is the easiest way to distinguish between a
Large and Small Motto. This near-Gem example is
precisely struck with lustrous surfaces that show a
substantial amount of mint red. A scarce coin and
a real prize in this high of grade. #211044 $3995.00

Silver Three-Cent Pieces –––––––––––––––––––––
1858. PCGS. MS-65. Here’s a beautiful Gem Type-2
3-Cent Silver. Rich brilliant luster blankets with well
struck coin with just a trace of color. The eye appeal
is exceptional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #202951 $3450.00

Indian Head Cents –––––––––––––––––––––––––––

1866. PCGS. PR-65. RD. Cameo. Pedigreed on the
holder to the Richard collection. A Cameo Gem
w/deeply reflective, well contrasted surfaces that
display beautiful radiant red luster. Population:
9 in 65 Cameo with 3 finer. . . #211040 $4375.00
1900. PCGS. PR-66. RD. Dazzling orange-red luster
dances off beautiful deeply mirrored surfaces.
The strike is as sharp as it gets and the eye appeal
is off the charts! The perfect coin for a great
type set!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #211041 $2495.00
1907. PCGS. PR-66. RD. A super sharp strike with
beautiful proof surfaces that show blazing shades
of orange to ruby-red luster. A Premium Gem that
is visually spectacular! Housed in an earlier
generation holder. Only a single coin has graded
higher at PCGS.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #211042 $2750.00

1864. PCGS. PR-66. CAM. A scarce Civil War era
date with just 470 proofs and 12,000 business
strike minted. This is a lovely blast white coin with
heavily frosted devices and outstanding eye
appeal.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #211027 $4999.00

Nickel Three-Cent Piece –––––––––––––––––––––
1865. PCGS. PR-64. 1865 is the most common
business strike in the series but is the ‘key’ date to
a collection of proofs with a minuscule mintage of
just 500 coins. This pleasing example is fully struck
with nice mirrored surfaces and a very light golden
hue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #211053 $2050.00

Liberty Nickel ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

1885. NGC. PF-66. CAM. Very attractive with
a nice light golden glow and beautiful frost on
the devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #206669 $1999.00

Mercury Dime ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
1936. PCGS. PR-66. CAC. A virtually flawless blast
white Premium Proof. . . . . . . . . . . #211056 $2125.00

1913-S. PCGS. F-15. Nearly VF detail w/all letters
in LIBERTY clearly evident. Housed in an early
green label holder. . . . . . . . . . #211065 $5995.00
1913-S. PCGS. VG-10. CAC. Nicely detailed for the
grade with attractive steel-gray surfaces. One of the
keys to the series with a mintage of just 40,000.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #211064 $3650.00

Standing Liberty Quarters ––––––––––––––––––––
1919-D. PCGS. XF-40. CAC. Extremely strong detail
with beautiful light silver-gray surfaces. Premium
quality for the grade!. . . . . . . . . . . . #207820 $765.00
1927-D. PCGS. MS-65+. FH. A beautiful blast white
coin with pristine surfaces and a great strike.
An underrated date in mint state and particularly
tough with full head detail.. . . . . . #211034 $4250.00

Washington Quarter –––––––––––––––––––––––––
1940-D. PCGS. MS-67. Very flashy mint luster that’s
mostly white with splashes of burnt-orange and
lime-green mainly at the rim. Fabulous eye appeal!
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #209699 $1995.00

Barber Half Dollars ––––––––––––––––––––––––––
1899. PCGS. MS-64. Beautiful creamy white mint
‘bloom’ and a great strike make this coin a great
choice for the collector building a high quality
date or 19th century type set. . . . . #211005 $1750.00
1912. PCGS. MS-65. Blast white luster w/nice clean
surfaces and an excellent strike with the centers
of all the stars and all the most intricate design
elements nearly full. . . . . . . . . . . . #211033 $3250.00

Walking Liberty Half Dollars ––––––––––––––––––
1917-D Obv.. PCGS. MS-64. Fresh creamy mint luster
and a solid strike. Minimal abrasions and a premium
quality coin for the grade.. . . . . . . #204670 $2650.00

Roosevelt Dime –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Lincoln Cents ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

1909. PCGS. PR-65. RB. CAC. Golden-red with
shades of iridescent blue on the obverse while
the reverse shows subdued red blanketed with
stunning olive-green and gold. The strike is
amazing and the surfaces are superb on this
beautiful matte proof. . . . . . . . #204681 $1995.00
1909-S/S. PCGS. MS-65. RD. S/Horizontal S.
A beautiful Gem with original blazing red luster.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #124563 $1295.00
1929. PCGS. MS-67. RD. Blazing red and virtually
perfect! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #209094 $1750.00
1960-D. PCGS. MS-67. RD. Large Date. Over a billion
and a half minted yet only 13 have graded MS-67

1963-D. PCGS. MS-67. FB. A blast white Superb
Gem. Over 400 million minted with just 11
receiving this lofty grade at PCGS. None have
graded higher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . #211060 $2495.00

Bust Quarter –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
1818. PCGS. VF-25. CAC. Well detail with pleasing
dove-gray devices and gunmetal fields. A nearly
perfect coin for the grade.. . . . . . . #211017 $1095.00

Seated Liberty Quarters –––––––––––––––––––––––
1862. PCGS. PR-64. Nice brilliant mirrored surfaces
contrast with golden-white frost on the devices to
produce a nice cameo. Only 500 of these Civil War
era proofs were minted. . . . . . . . . #211061 $2350.00
1883. PCGS. PR-66. A Premium Gem with highly
reflective brilliant surfaces and nice white frost on

1919-S. PCGS. MS-63. CAC. A wonderful mint
state example of this scarce date. The luster is rich
and full with a very light touch of golden-green
toning. The peripheral is very well struck with a
bit of soft- ness at the center as is typical for the
date. This is the only MS-63 CAC has approved
and certainly the outstanding eye appeal this
coin processes must have helped it garner
that status!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #211007 $10950.00
1920. PCGS. MS-64. Very well struck with full head
detail, thumb separation, and nearly full skirt lines.
The luster is rich and satiny with very light
champagne toning. . . . . . . . . . . . . #139236 $1450.00

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1935-S. PCGS. MS-65. Nice brilliant white luster with
only minor marks and a strike that is well above
average for the date. A very attractive example of
this better date. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #133540 $2695.00
1941-S. PCGS. MS-66+. CAC. Very well struck
with rich brilliant luster and pristine surfaces.
The condition ‘key’ to the popular 1941-47
‘Short Set’. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #210810 $3695.00

and the surfaces are void of significant marks.
Very attractive! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #138216 $2795.00

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American Silver Eagles

Bust Dollar –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
1798. PCGS. F-12. Large Eagle. Well detailed and
evenly struck with nice original steel-gray surfaces.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #211008 $1895.00

Seated Liberty Dollar ––––––––––––––––––––––––

1862. PCGS. PR-63. Just 550 proofs were minted
for this popular Civil War date Seated Dollar.
This example exhibits nice clean surfaces that
are fully brilliant w/a strike that is very precise.
Very attractive and conservatively graded.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #211066 $5295.00

Morgan Dollars –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
1880-CC. PCGS. MS-66. 8/Low 7. Brilliant mint luster
with frost on the design elements. A very attractive
coin and an interesting over-date that doesn’t carry
a premium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #123619 $2550.00
1884-O. PCGS. MS-67. An incredible Superb Gem
that is essentially perfect. The surfaces exhibit
blazing frosty luster with no evidence of toning.
Nearly 10 million minted with bags coming out of
the Treasury hoard in the 1960’s, yet only a single
coin has graded higher than this beauty at PCGS!
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #208225 $3195.00

1888. PCGS. MS-67. This amazing Superb Gem
has shimmering brilliant frosty luster with nearly
perfect surfaces. The strike is very sharp and the
overall eye appeal is simply incredible. None have
graded higher at PCGS!. . . . . . #211068 $9750.00
1891-O. PCGS. MS-65. A very high quality example
of this scarce date with a sharp strike, rich brilliant
luster and no significant marks. Ms. Liberty’s cheek
is particularly clean. 2 coins have graded 65+ but
none have graded numerically higher at PCGS!
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #211057 $6995.00
1893. PCGS. MS-64+. CAC. An intense blast white
luster cartwheel and a razor sharp strike grace this
beautiful better date dollar - 389,000 minted. The
surfaces are alive with flash and are nearly markfree. A fantastic coin for the grade! . #207253 $3895.00
1899. PCGS. MS-65. DMPL. Very sharply struck with
nice contrast between the frosted devices and deep
mirror fields. A very desirable example of this scarce,
low mintage ‘Morgan’. . . . . . . . . . #211069 $2395.00

1885-CC. PCGS. MS-65. Blast white. #200729 $1199.00
1886-S. PCGS. MS-66. A fantastic example of this
scarce date. The luster is thick and radiant with just a
hint of gold, mainly at the rim, leaving no doubt that
the beautiful surfaces are completely original. The
strike is razor sharp there are no significant marks.
For technical grade, as well as super eye appeal, this
is a compelling 1886-S ‘Morgan’!. #211009 $8995.00
1887-O. PCGS. MS-65. Creamy white luster with a
touch of toning near the date. The strike is excellent

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NGC. PF-70 Ultra Cameo
Early Release #211031
and

PCGS. PR-70 Deep Cameo
First Strike #211032

Only $79.95 Each

Peace Dollars ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
1921. PCGS. MS-64+. Beautiful flashy untoned luster
and a solid strike. Very close to 65 quality with
exceptional eye appeal. . . . . . . . . #210974 $1395.00
1922-S. PCGS. MS-65. Beautiful brilliant mint luster
with just a light champagne-gold hue. The strike is
solid and the surfaces are remarkably clean with
no significant marks. Over 17 million minted but
surprisingly scarce in Gem condition. Just 12 have
graded higher at PCGS - 5 @ 65+ and 7 @ 66.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #204869 $2395.00
1926-S. PCGS. MS-66. Amazing quality for a ‘26-S
Peace Dollar w/essentially flawless surfaces, a sharp
strike & beautiful rich mint luster. A touch of pleasing
light golden-tan adds to the remarkable eye appeal
of this Superb Gem. Only 2 have graded higher at
PCGS and none at NGC. . . . . . . . #211070 $4950.00

United States Gold Coins –––––––––––––––––––––
1884-S. PCGS. MS-61. Bright white luster and a
sharp strike. The hair above Liberty’s ear and the
eagle’s breast feathers are precisely struck. The
surfaces are very nice with only scattered minor
abrasions giving this coin very strong eye appeal.
A chance for the advanced collector to add one
of the scarcest of all ‘Morgans’ in mint state to
his or her collection. . . . . . . . #211029 $14950.00

Now in stock for immediate delivery!

1885 $3. PCGS. MS-62. Gorgeous intense yellowgold luster w/proof-like surfaces and considerable
mint frost on the design elements. There are only
minimal minor marks and the overall eye appeal
far exceeds the technical grade of this beautiful
rarity. Only 801 minted! . . . . . #211071 $9395.00
1910-D $5. PCGS. MS-63. A scarce and underrated
date in mint state w/a small mintage of just 193,600.
This example has nice yellow-gold surfaces that are
completely original. The strike is very solid and the
few marks that define the grade take little away
from the excellent appearance of this lovely coin.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #211028 $4750.00

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NGC. MS-70 FR . . #210430 $49.99
NGC. MS-69 FR . . #210431 $32.95
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‘Raw’ BU - Each . . . . #210277 $25.90
‘Raw’ Roll of 20 . . . . . . . . . . $517.00
‘Raw’ Box of 500 . . . . . $12,875.00

– 2014 –
American Gold Eagles
Now in stock for immediate delivery!
NGC. MS-70 First Release
2014 One Oz . . . #210439 $1,466.46
2014 Half Oz . . . . . #210440 $761.68
2014 Qtr. Oz. . . . . . #210441 $406.12
2014 Tenth Oz . . . . #210442 $192.79
Raw Coins
2014 One Oz . . . #210363 $1,447.50
2014 Half Oz . . . . . #210365 $733.24
2014 Qtr. Oz. . . . . . #210366 $372.94
2014 Tenth Oz . . . . #210367 $154.23

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Gold bullion coin sales plummet
The Mint sold 39 percent fewer ounces of
gold and 36 percent fewer ounces of silver
in January 2014 compared to January 2013.
Overall, the Mint sold 91,500 troy ounces of gold in the form of four sizes of
American Eagles. In January 2013, the
Mint sold 150,000 ounces.
The big declines were suffered by the
ounce and half-ounce sizes.
Sales of one-ounce coins dropped by
49.8 percent. Sales in January 2013 were

124,500 pieces. In January 2014 the total
was 62,500 one-ounce coins.
For the half-ounce gold, sales dropped
29.4 percent, from 17,000 to 12,000 coins.
There was good news for the two
smallest sizes. The quarter ounce saw a
sales increase of 16.7 percent, going to
28,000 pieces in the month just past versus
24,000 coins in January 2013.
Sales of the tenth ounce jumped by
45.5 percent. Last year’s figure was

110,000 pieces versus 160,000 this year.
Silver Eagle sales in January totaled
4,775,000 compared to last year’s 7,498,000.
However, because the Mint is rationing
the silver coin supply, it is logical to infer that
the January sales total would have been higher had the Mint had additional coins to sell.
Sales of the Buffalo one-ounce gold coin
in January 2014 were 41,500 compared
to last year’s 72,500, a decline of 31,000
pieces, or 42.8 percent.

Readers asked to share their stories
Every coin collector has a story.
It may be how a beloved grandfather
got him started in the hobby.
Or how her big brother shared his
duplicate coins with her.
Maybe it’s about how a young couple
had to sell some coins so they could buy
a new car.
There are stories about favorite coins,

lucky finds and the coins that hold precious memories.
In the coming months we will share
those stories, and offer prizes for the top
stories submitted.
“We were impressed with the fantastic stories submitted for our 60th
anniversary issue,” said Numismatic
News Editor Dave Harper, “and want

to hear more great stories from our
readers.”
Email stories and photos to Editorial
Director Debbie Bradley at debbie.bradley@fwmedia.com. Stories will be published each month in NN Express.
Each month one writer will receive a
one-year subscription to Numismatic News
and a copy of 2014 U.S. Coin Digest.

Dealer Harlan J. Berk now accepts bitcoins
Chicago coin dealer Harlan J. Berk Ltd. has announced that it is
now accepting bitcoins as a form of payment in an effort to provide
better service to the firm’s clientele.
“After much research and evaluation we have decided to embrace
this new paradigm in one of the ways we receive payment for our
inventory; ancient coins, world coins, U.S. coins, paper money, maps
and antiquities,” said Aaron Berk, son of Harlan J. Berk.
Bitcoins were created in early 2009 as an electronic currency

outside the control of central banks.
As more and more of our everyday interactions move towards
the intangible, Harlan J. Berk said he is excited to offer this forward
thinking, cutting edge payment option.
“Sometimes being a leader means taking a leap of faith into the
unproven to either confirm or deny its feasibility,” he said.
All numismatic coins can be purchased with the use of bitcoins
on the HJB website at http://hjbltd.com.

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Platinum ...............................$1,379.30
Palladium .................................$707.10
Nickel.......................................$6.2204
Copper ....................................$3.2191
Zinc..........................................$0.8941

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Today. any coin made with a mechanical process is slightly different from any other. Oct. section 5134(f)(1)(A & B)) allows the Mint to recover production costs. it is amazing how dirty your hands can become.230. I realize that the U.Can state quarters revive old habits? I had a telephone call this week from a collector who apparently has accumulated rolls quantities of state quarters. but whether there are any or a lot was not something that can be reduced to an average. I must wonder that the Mint’s costs of production are so high as to “gobble up” the entire amount Address letters to Editor. Specifically he wondered how many coins in a roll might be MS-63 and how many MS-65. 2009). I now have concerns that other proposed commemorative programs obtained nothing for their efforts. Several groups. Numismatic News.000 to $7.S. 2014 production costs far exceeded the $5. He was very disappointed when I told him that there was no way to tell. Is the caller a blast from the past. currently question the commemorative coin program. E-mail should be sent to david. You need to get your hands dirty to truly understand coins. respectively). the whole habit of saving rolls had pretty well died out.353. political and not. uncirculated coins and the Scouts Young Collectors Sets (86. There are probably some MS-65 pieces in each roll along with some MS-63s as well as others. etc. Iola. Back in the “olden days” some of the reasons given for the demise of the original 50-cent commemorative coin series were the games played by those who proposed and sold the numerous coins..000 in surcharges were paid with the belief that Girl Scout programs would benefit from those fees. Include your city and state in your email. it would appear that Numismatic News EXPRESS / February 25. State St. The caller resigned himself to the idea of having to look at every single coin in every single roll if he wanted to have an accurate idea of what he owned. I believe you to be truthful. Harper If the coins in the rolls are not identical. 4 issue of Numismatic News (page 20) you provide numbers related to the sale of the Girl Scout proof coins. I told him that quite the contrary. Every time I see an ad for uncirculated cent rolls from the 1960s and 1970s I cringe at the high prices for I know I could have had those issues in industrial quantities had I but sought them out. We didn’t get into the specifics about how many rolls he had or which states were represented in his collection. how much of this I might remember is problematic.650. There are some exceptions to that. Now. Of course. All letters must be signed and include a return address.747. it would appear that over $1. If the D. I told him rolls tend to be valued by the lowest common denominator because over time. The whole conversation is a demonstration of the hands-on nature of coin collecting. Still others decry the laughably inept coin designs and production. The heyday of roll collecting was 50 years ago as I was getting started in the hobby. which were struck 1999-2008. I would have thought that the planning process for the initial pricing of these coins would have made provisions to cover production costs and allow for the use of the $10 per coin surcharge for the purposes outlined in the enabling legislation authorizing the coin (PL 111-86. 31. Given that statement as truth. If you handle enough coins. 29. However. Numismatic News reserves the right to edit all letters. What the caller wanted to know was what was in the uncirculated rolls that he said he had gotten from a bank. While I have not done research into the Mint’s reporting of the costs of production for other commemorative coins. Many question the selection of the programs to be “commemorated. 700 E. we Letters/Page 10 . could I give him information as to what the average grade was likely to be in each roll? Again. the greater the likelihood that the coins inside would end up on the low side of the Mint State scale. I did not dive into my memories of college statistics and bring up the concept of tolerances and the like.000 were paid (depending on the pricing structure) to purchase these commemoratives. In the Feb. The market for rolls peaked in 1964. an organization [Girl Scouts of America] so honored [by a commemorative coin] will not get any surcharges because sales were insufficient to cover the Mint’s production costs. and 5. harper@fwmedia. Class of ’63 David C. The caller was under the impression that every single coin that comes off a Mint press is absolutely identical. that would add six more issues and the date of 2009. or a harbinger of the future? That is worth thinking about.” While I have no way to verify this statement. Since about $6. there was no way to tell. The older the roll is and the more owners it has had. As Public Law 111-86 provides in section 7 for a surcharge of $10 per coin. By the early 1980s.4 to $6 million dollars “planned into” the sale price of these commemorative coins. I told him.C. Code (Title 31 USC. 28 Numismatic News you stated on page 18 that “For the first time. 6 of the sale price of these commemorative coins.240.” Others see the surcharge as just a hidden way to hide pork barrel legislation. it might appear that the demise of the current commemorative coin series will be partially the result of the Mint’s inability to plan and budget. and Territories issues are included.com. He also said he needed to grab his loupe and brush up on this grading skills. WI 54990. the contents of a roll are examined and any truly breath-taking coins are removed.714. LETTERS Commemorative coin program needs close look In the Jan. especially if the coins have had more than one owner.

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While reviewing an older copy of Numismatic News I was thrilled to read about the frosting error in the Proof 2007-W half ounce platinum American Eagle coins. Panama coin found in change Today in my change I got back a Panama 1/4 Balboa. Editor. perhaps it is time for this version of the commemorative to disappear for another quarter century or so. Ohio Reader unhappy with defective coins from Mint The following was written to the Mint customer service department. It was also returned on 4 January because of extensive brown spots on the half-dollar. WI 54990. it condition looks like Good to Very Good. mostly on the reverse. Do you keep a bin of returns to use as replacements for other returned pieces? I firmly believe that I should NOT have to pay the postage for returning these grossly unacceptable items. the end of the dollar bill would be almost guaranteed in order to make room for the higher denomination notes in the register drawer. Your latest email says that the replacement set is back-ordered. with a note pointing out the active corrosion on its obverse. scope/limitations. please CANCEL THAT ORDER AS WELL. I hereby file a claim for $5.com. and $0. Dear non-servers.harper@fwmedia. It’s about time we ratchet things up a notch. 2014 Numismatic Association convention. surcharges (including guarantees). I enjoy reading back issues of Numismatic News to keep some of these details fresh in my mind. the supervisor I talked to said that the packers are not allowed to look at what they are packing . I immediately checked my inventory because I knew I had purchased some 2007-W platinum eagles. but the thrill of inspecting these coins was more than enough excitement to overcome any disappointment I may have experienced when I realized I did not own an error coin. The first was returned to you on 4 January. I looked it up in Krause Coin Prices it seems it may be worth 50 cents to a dollar.“not allowed to open any boxes. Crawford Search for possible frosting error great fun Since it is impossible to remember everything there is to know about coins and their varieties. I enclose herewith the SECOND defective “New Frontiers” 1. S Mint. Joe Boling Indianapolis. and one in reverse proof. Once this trend is firmly in place and the $50 replaces the $20 as the workhorse of commerce. It’s simply a matter of common sense. and I wish to thank Numismatic News for the information which led to this treasure hunt.S. While common sense rarely ever seems to drive change in Washington.86 for this return. this adventure would not have been possible if I did not subscribe to Numismatic News which provided the basic information of the existence of this error. Ind. and I was happy to discover I had two sets of 2007-W platinum eagles half ounce. That being so. there are at least six small black spots on the reverse.18. I expect it will prevail in the market anyway. It took a few days to retrieve these coins from safe keeping and the thrill of inspecting each coin. This one is in even worse condition. To have your opinion considered for Viewpoint. 700 E. and I was the owner of two sets. I cannot imagine how any serious collector/investor of numismatic products could keep up with the many issues regarding our hobby without the knowledge gained by reading Numismatic News and other coins magazines. As part of the same order. Send email to david. PLEASE CANCEL THIS ORDER.5-inch bronze medal (#921) that you have shipped me as part of order #42420089. Numismatic News.32 for the postage I had to buy to return the first pair of defective products. Now that I see that you are incapable of replacing a defective product with a clean one. write to David C. Mint because of poor quality. It turned out that I did not own a frosted banner coin. When I called the 800 number today to complain about receiving a SECOND defective medal. If unwilling to do this. I received a Five-Star Generals Special Set (#5G8). This was a great adventure for me to experience. I guess I will become one of them. Iola. however. albeit a little bit later than necessary. I will buy one the next time I see the Mint set up at an American Viewpoint/from Page 7 30 years ago at most businesses. If the commemorative coin program is to continue – or more to the point – if it is to remain/become a viable program with meaning (other than as a way for the Mint to pad its budget) the Secretary of the Treasury needs to require a detailed evaluation of the program to include: purpose. If you folks could manage to send out quality items. coin designs. coupled with the excitement of actually owning one or two was really a great experience. then why isn’t somebody at the producing facility doing it? I have seen several letters lately about collectors giving up on the U. and begin using larger denomination notes in everyday commerce. Bruce Walker is a hobbyist in Kansas City.E. My favorite place here in Kansas City now returns $6 and a few coins change on a $20 bill with the purchase 10 Numismatic News EXPRESS /February 25. A. I will do without the product. What a thrill to realize I might have an error coin. And if the PBGS employees are not allowed to look at the merchandise to determine that it is marketable. . Mike Brewer Berea. Mo. and it was placed in a plastic bag so it could be found in the way-oversized carton that it was mailed in – it could not have been packed WITHOUT the packer looking at it. Bill Graney Tubac. I realize if I had not purchased these two sets the opportunity of discovery would not have happened. and overall price structure. you would not owe me $6. one in proof.. with some on the obverse. In addition to the 6x4mm black spot on the obverse. Ariz. Anyone who doubts the logic of all this need only take a trip to the local doughnut shop. where I can hand back the unacceptable pieces.Letters/from Page 6 can add to the concerns the possibly deceptive pricing practices of the U. since the ordering period has expired.” Guess what? This medal does not come in a box. Sincerely dissatisfied. This certainly looks like punishment for having the effrontery to return a defective product. Harper. State St. of a dozen doughnuts.

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I like passion in a coin collector. not certified.360.) The difference between this number and 9.200. that does not mean the avid collectors of Kennedy half dollars of the last 49 years will take a backseat this year.M.” and other nonsense.698. Read more responses at www. you arrive at a figure of 1. it is possible to collect proof coins in probably 20 different slabs. I told him I would ask the Mint. No.com. They (the Mint) gave me a 10 percent discount.6 million is nearly 6 million coins. Larry Barton Roswell N. That number is 3. They are here and they are active in the hobby. Coins are made only for collectors. One ounce of silver is still one ounce of silver. Plus. Sales of 2014 proof silver American Eagles are stonger than last year.numismaticnews. Add the two together and the figure is the number of Kennedy half dollars sold to collectors. it was cancelled.95 for shipping and handling. I did buy the silver Eagle proof coin last week. I’m glad sales are initially stronger this year as you say. They don’t. Mint.net/buzz Time for half (dollar) measures? This is the 50th anniversary year of the Kennedy half dollar. The proofs are advertised in Proof-69 and Proof-70 slabs every day. For many of us. I didn’t do badly last year. What has happened? The collector insisted the numbers should balance. What could the Federal Reserve be thinking? Apparently it wasn’t. Pa. I like communicating with someone who cares and pays attention. He noted that in the weekly Mint Statistics page of “Numismatic News” that 31. After the order was placed. Will the Mint do something like that? Like the Perils of Pauline cliff-hangers of silent movie days. Did you buy more? The stronger sales of proof Eagles this year can be attributed mostly to TV marketers.160. I have. Why collect coins when one can collect different slabs? Bruce Frohman Address withheld I don’t own any. He also noted that it has been reported that the Mint has struck 9. collectors will have to come back again to learn the exciting conclusion. Ken Kassen Shawnee. The Mint has nearly 6 million coins on hand that collectors are not likely to want unless they are shipped them out at face value much as Presidential dollar coins were earlier in the series. Those haven’t done too badly.981 200-coin bags. However.” “Golden Gate Bridge edition. If my budget allows. I probably never will.65 plus $4. I expect the series will make many headlines and collectors will enjoy the spotlight focused on it. I have not ordered any since the 1990s. one can buy ICG. I’ll surely purchase more. dealers and coin shows.best of buzz David C. Kan. That. I was told that the Mint struck more half dollars late in 2013 because it had received an order for the denomination from the Federal Reserve. was as much a surprise to the Mint as it is to me.60 for the coin. The denomination has been dormant since 2002. from the Jan. Donald Willison II Erie. Maple Leaf for the same reasons. considering the U.981 bag amount by the 200 coins in each bag. the coins are offered in various slab designs such as “First Strike.463 two-roll set number and multiply it by the 80 coins in each set.463 two-roll sets of the 2013 coins have been sold as well as 9. it will be a trip down memory lane. Nev. I can’t see spending all those extra dollars for First Strike or Proof-70 or whatever. Thus. so something must be wrong. Yes. Harper To read more from Dave Harper’s blog go to numismaticnews. which seemed to have had an adequate supply of silver Eagles. I check populations on all my buys and I never buy a coin with over 100 examples.S. If you multiply the 9. (Coins is sets are accounted for differently. I also bought one silver Canadian Numismatic News EXPRESS / February 25. I only bought one coin. you come up with a figure of 1. These Eagles with a 12 population of multi-millions will never be worth even double what people are paying even if you hold them for a hundred years. I am sure. 31 Numismatic News E-Newsletter Here are some answers sent from our e-newsletter readers to Editor Dave Harper. To enhance demand. What gives? e-letters If you take the 31. not slabbed.702. $52. Denny Froberg Carson City.6 million half dollars in 2013. All those extra dollars can be used to build my regular collection. 2014 I have not ordered any yet. These numbers should balance. I had a inquiry from one such active collector. Name withheld . NGC or PCGS certified coins. or I should have already provided the explanation. it cost me $47.996.

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MASTERCARD.........00 PCGS MS66 .......................24...72...27...... sm obv scratches.....................00 MERCURY DIMES 1939 MS66 43....50 21..8.00 NGC AU50 490....00 NGC MS65FB .........50 1920D F15 10.75 4.........1800.25 MS60 9.50 MS65 42.29.....13..23.........00 MS65 ..50 1919S 4.210.50 VF30 9.50 MS65 28.......255.50 4.25 MS60FB......50 NGC MS63FB ..672.......00 5...............25 4.......00 PCGS PR66 ........19........00 PCGS.40............50 NGC MS65FB ...25 1920S 4..............00 4.....25 AU50 6.777.......00 TWENTY CENT PIECES 1875 PCGS MS63 ...1400...........10.....25 1929S 1930 1930S 4............... RETURN PRIVILEGE: Coins may be returned within 30 days for any reason...00 VG7 161.....00 4....00 MS60FB ... PCGS MS65FB .00 PCGS G6(G4) 92......8.... pitted....43.00 MS64FB...00 PCGS EF45... NGC MS66 ..50 VF30 9.....25 4...00 F15 ..............617...75 4.....00 EF45 6...120.00 5.00 VG10 6........00 NGC MS65 33.. ANA grading.......50 4....50 MS64 19.00 7..75 4.....75% sales tax.......75 525..172....25 1925 1925D 5....25 4....75 13............50 EF45 ..........00 1943D NGC MS67FB peripheral toning .50 1929S MS63FB ...... PCGS MS65FB .....50 AU50 15..36.00 MS63FB 16..............00 VF30 5...25 AU50 7..50 VF20 10.25 7..25 AU50 6....118.50 1015.25 MS60 8....50 AU58FB 6.......50 NGC MS65FB .50 VG10 4.....50 5....97..25 7. was PCGS MS66......... MERCURY DIMES MERCURY DIMES 1939D EF45 6...00 PCGS MS64FB .1017........00 11..... 4...00 MS63FB 12..3380...00 10....2175................25 1924S 4.50 MS63 ......50 VG10 15.50 PCGS MS65 .50 EF45..296.....6.75 40...55..........75 PCGS MS65 ....50 VF30 ....00 PCGS EF45 (EF40) .00 4...............50 1917D AU58 ....50 1943S NGC MS66FB ....115...50 ANACS EF details scratched cleaned....587...75 1938D NGC MS66FB..00 1942 MS66FB 93.50 MS67FB .....75 1943 MS65FB .75 3.....617....50 VF30 33.....00 MS60FB 10..50 4.........690...00 1916S 5....25 4...........75 4.........577..38..................50 MS60.........00 MS64 18......50 EF45 .00 4.75 3........25 3..........25 4.........00 NGC MS65..............50 1921D 58..............75 103... label included .......365...00 MS64FB ...50 MS65 28...50 680....25 4...........35. label included ..50 1931 MS62FB .....................50 12......75 AU58 17.....00 MS66 35.75 AU58 8...50 20.....50 NGC MS67 ..50 1937 MS65FB 50.00 MS64 ..42..15.......25 1920 1920D 4......... PCGS PR65. very small dig on the crossbar of 4.00 8...........75 560..50 MS64FB .75 7...00 NGC MS67 ....00 VG10 6.123..00 MS66 37.......50 1928 1928D 5...........50 PCGS MS66FB .......00 EF45.75 9.....50 AU50 .....30...00 1941 MS67 47..75 EF40......50 PCGS MS65FB .....93.....3090........ PHONE: 707-544-1621.....50 MS66FB...00 4.50 AU50 21..75 4..20. was NGC MS67FB .50 PCGS PR67 .....00 VF20 .00 MS65 28.....00 1917S NGC MS64 .75 AU55 ..7..50 NGC VF35 (VF30).............25 EF45 .00 1940 MS66FB 85.....00 4......25 1945S ICG MS67 55...50 6...50 40....00 4......00 6..50 MS65 29.....00 1840......00 ANACS MS65 ..00 52.00 AU55 ...18..9.........50 F15 .......50 MS65FB..................513......50 EF45 8.......6...1505..75 5...............00 NGC VF30 6925.......49..........75 AU55FB ..........50 AU58 ..75 1926 AU58FB 28.00 NGC G4 1017.75 MS60 ...........67.50 NGC MS66FB ...315....50 ANACS MS64FB..00 MS63FB 78...50 15.51...75 MS60 cleaned obv .00 11.25 AU50 6....00 149....00 5.3000...........450.50 1925S 4.00 4.....6........75 6........00 1920S MS60 ...com Our 46th Year JACK H.......00 MS63FB 17....00 6......00 AU50FB 25.75 4...50 1921D PCGS MS63FB............50 6..10....00 PCGS F details..00 NGC....75 3..00 MS65FB 46.....24..............1125....50 PCGS MS66FB .......00 MS66 .00 EF45 12.....50 MS60 9.........50 6.50 10..50 AG3 316.170.00 1939D PCGS MS67FB....42....75 6.........50 5.........50 1942D MS65FB 46.50 MS65 26.........196.50 G4 . light toning ....14250........00 MS63 12..00 NGC MS64 ..30..19.......50 365...972.50 PCGS MS66FB ..00 AU55 19....50 NGC MS66....850........25 37...30.....50 AG3..50 F15 14.....52...1600..............18......70.00 MS64FB 25..00 MS60 24..25 AU50 6.50 1875S AU58 633....360.....00 EF45 376...25 1917S 1918 3..........50 NGC VF25 (F12) ......825.75 5..732.......00 5.............00 8.75 1942S MS65 ...00 MS62FB ..........00 PCGS MS66 45...50 EF45 5......00 MS63FB.47...00 13........50 AU58 6........10......75 MS63 ......225.................50 AU58 20..25 AU50 7....00 S mint ........ PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE...........50 5.57.....00 4. rev mark ....435.00 PCGS PR66 ....75 AU55 ........380.........510.00 ANACS EF45..00 NGC MS62..............50 MS65 26.....00 EF40 13..00 NGC MS67FB.......00 1920 NGC MS65FB .....50 NGC MS66 ....... light golden toning .50 NGC PR66..50 MS63 15.00 MS60 6.50 10.....75 4.....50 EF45 11...... slightly porous..16..513......................222....00 3...........200.11..50 MS63FB ....00 MS63 .......50 25.....50 AU58FB ...50 1944D/D south RPM3 FS501 PCGS MS67FB .20000.00 PCGS PR65 .50 4.52.50 PCGS MS64FB ....50 PCI VG8 .............50 VG10 186.........00 1926S VG10 32.875....338..75 AU58 8....50 MS60FB 29...00 531..........50 265.......75 5.....18......00 5..50 1923 1923S 4..50 AU58..00 AU55 ..........205.......1134....140. rev mark ... NGC AG3..99........40.....00 MS65...........00 AU58FB 26...00 4......00 MS62FB..75 4. obv mark 20.78.........50 PCGS MS65 31.86..........00 AU50 ..50 NGC VG8 .00 F15 24......75 5.220.75 3...325.00 VF30 .....322...................5......00 MS63FB 16.50 MS67FB....50 F12..00 4..50 VG10 7.800....00 4......8.193...672.................25 4.00 4...........50 MS63FB.................25 EF45 16....00 1935D MS65 ..50 MS64FB 25.....00 6..75 9......37.00 AU55....50 4..00 MS64FB 29...00 AU55 8..50 NGC MS64FB ....00 5.75 1927 1927D 4...00 3....75 .....25 1918S 4........18.560.....300.........50 MS63 . cleaned.........50 VF30 ..50 F15..50 PCGS MS65FB ....00 1930 AU55 26.....00 9.....00 11...........50 VF30 8............50 G4 ..72.18.50 58.39.....75 7......541............50 AU58 32.....50 MS65 ........... net G5........25 AU55 ..25 4....25 5...........25 39.25 AU58FB .........50 160...00 EF45 ..75 4..........37....50 MS65 ......30.00 NGC AU58 ...............75 855.25 4............. net VF20 (F12)....00 VF30 24...50 NGC PR67 .25 4.........158........7.......12.......................... was PCGS MS66FB............67.....25.............00 3....18.........00 4...50 11...00 NGC AU details....50 MS65FB .00 F15 7.....50 AU55 10..............25 AU50 12..7..00 4..10......00 7..00 MS67FB 252...50 NGC VF20 (F12) .1845..................50 PCGS VF35 (VF25)....75......50 EF45 9.00 PCGS EF40 .....50 NGC MS65 ...50 MS63FB 18.....1042........7...00 4....................25 EF45 15............12........75 3......00 EF45 5...675..00 1934 NGC MS65FB toning spots ..00 NGC MS65 .....50 34..50 NGC PR67..00 NGC MS66..50 1926D VF30 ..00 PCGS F12 (VG7) 568.....25 4.........6.50 53.........75 4....50 MS64 ..50 AU55 20..7...........111.50 NGC MS67 .... obv & rev marks .470....00 PCGS MS65FB ..75 72.....50 PCGS VG8..00 AU58 6...00 MS63FB ............50 MS63FB 14...00 MS63 17.00 16.65.........00 NGC MS61 ..........62..19.....111........75 MS65 ...70.00 PCGS MS66FB ..45......50.00 4..........00 MERCURY DIMES AG3 1916 4..187.74..........50 EF45 9.50 AU50 ..50 MS65 29...00 AU58 8....00 7....48.00 EF45 5..00 NGC PR65 .50 MS63FB 72..50 MS66 .75 PCGS MS65 ..00 18.........00 4.......75.50 9...00 MS65 .00 MS64FB 24....00 NGC MS66FB.10.00 5.. 3rd St......50 21.50 NGC MS66 .......00 G4 .91...00 8..00 4........25 AU50 6....6............00 AU58 7....00 VG10... obv & rev marks .50 1939S MS63 31...00 MS64 18.1075....... personal checks must clear our bank...50 AU55 ................ and the remaining 2/3 within two months.....50 MS66...50 4....255.......................1820......18.00 EF45 5.....233....00 1875CC AU55 2265...00 PCGS MS67.00 MS64FB blue-red toning .........00 F15 452.......75 15.......00 4..00 NGC MS67 .......50 AU55FB 30..........50 ANACS PR64 .........17.00 AU55 26....25 AU50 6.00 1934D NGC MS66 ......50 PCGS MS63FB ........16......75 3....11..00 AU55 .00 PCGS MS64FB . to 5 p.50 13.......50 F15 6......23.00 1925S EF45 120..............50 PCGS MS64FB ......75 5..50 MS67FB.50 4.........25 1926S 9....25 AU50 6.......103........00 MS60 6.75 3...00 AU50 5.282.50 1935S MS63 .......00 MS60FB 27.........00 EF45 730.......50 AU55 ..........50 1928 AU50 18.00 3.00 NGC MS65FB ..205....190................50 VF30 8.75 4......42..54...00 PCGS PR65 365..50 AU55 ..115......231.00 PCGS AU53 ..00 116.00 PCGS AU58 ......13..00 F15 5.25 5...............50 1931S 4...........30...................00 1931S EF45 37.. not noticeable VG7 price....50 EF45 5..50 NGC F15 (F12) ..00 MS66FB 72.50 MS63 . obv marks ....75 4.75 5......00 AU50FB 13.....00 EF45 17.50 EF45 ............00 5....247......00 NGC MS66FB..........25 4...............50 1916D NGC MS61FB........527..75 3..6...........1815...125.50 4..75 1945D MS66 37..565...75 4...6....00 AU58 7...............50 ANACS MS60 ...50 96.75 3....6.50 4............50 VG10..................00 PCGS genuine VF25 detail.....772....................00 AU55 ..50 16.....45.........50 AU55 15......50 ANACS VG10 580..75 4.....50 NGC MS66 ......48.-Sat.........50 MS60FB .........50 37............682.........16....9 67..75 3.577.. Mon.....25...00 MS65 84........50 1930S AU55 61.............00 MS65 ....00 MS60 9.50 VF30 ..54......261.00 MS60FB .. cleaned........1345...75 11....142............1845..7...50 AU50..........50 50 mixed Mercury Dimes AU and better P mint ....707.....25 4.50 1934 1934D 1935 1935D 1935S 1936 1936D 1936S 1937 1937D 1937S 1938 1938D 1938S 1939 1939D 1939S 1940 1940D 1940S 1941 1941D 1941S 1942/1 1942 1942/1D 1942D 1942S 1943 1943D 1943S 1944 1944D 1944S 1945 1945D 1945S 1945S MICRO S G4 4..............50 MS64 22..50 NGC MS61 .........50 43..............75 5..........00 AU50 1315.................6....00 AU50..75 3.......50 1919S VG10 12...50 PCGS MS66 ..........50 MS65FB 45.50..87....75 3....50 MS60 24.......................00 VF30 7.....00 AU50 487............00 11.....37...........25 AU58 6......50 AU50 21.........00 575.00 1918D AU55 ..00 NGC MS67 72.00 AU55.00 AU50 ...50 PCGS PR65 .....50 PCGS......00 4.50 EF45 5.15..50 VF30 ...00 F15 21..50 AU58 ...........540..50 MS64 39.50 F15 9..........10990..........00 MS60 ..... BEYMER 2490 W...........50 PCGS MS65FB ........50 NGC MS66FB ...............00 4.50 PCGS.. Our 57 page list of coins are at beymerzcoins...70....00 EF40 1425...25 1931 1931D 7.25 3...24....547.50 PCGS MS64 ...65.68....................00 SEGS VF20...75 6.....6...825......00 EF45 6.............00 VF30 11..50 AU55 ......50 90..........11...........17......373..50 PCGS MS66..50 MS66FB ..25 1936 MS65FB 91......00 F15 9.........50 PCGS MS65 .75 MS63 .....50 MS65 31......75 4..............50 NGC MS65..25 7..00 D mint 190.637..75 4.......15......00 4.14.......................50 5....00 EF45 9.28.00 MS63FB......742....577............50 MS64FB ..510.......33......00 23.. heavily cleaned ....50 NGC PR65 .....24.......00 4..............00 VG10 .........50 MS65FB 45......50 VG10 7.50 NGC VF30 (VF20)............16.672.00 4...255..... light toning .00 6.........00 PCGS MS66FB................212.............45...00 4....00 PCI VG10 (VG7) ...00 22..........50 MS64 .........7.00 PCGS MS66FB.....12...685..50 EF45 16.25 4.......00 AU50 11.....00 30...00 NGC MS66..42................00 1944S NGC MS67FB ....27.....80.00 AG3.......765...............175.....54.....50 6..187.....00 1918 AU50 50.........5.......00 1917 MS64FB ....75 4.00 1917 1917D 5..........00 EF45 5...00 MS63FB....85..50 1935 PCGS MS67FB .........00 NGC PR66 300..00 MS65FB.26.00 AG3....31... lt obv marks ..... FAX MESSAGES: 707-575-5304...........00 NGC MS67FB ...............75 5.....15......64...........25 MS60 8.00 MS66FB.......6.50 VF30 .....26.50 AU55 7.....50 6........50 1925 AU58 24.......247...............25 3. lightly cleaned..00 4...75 1941D MS65FB 42.50 MS63 10.00.00 MS64 18...00 PCGS MS66 .25 4.50 1927S 3.00 MS64 22.00 AU58FB 7..00 1919 AU50FB ......50 NGC VF30 (F15)....50 MS63FB 16............7.632... obv porous spots...00 5............50 MS63FB 14....1050......21..00 MS64FB 23..50 NGC MS65FB ....00 MS64FB 24......50 F15 .......00 AU50FB...7..............50 VG10 8....50 ANACS MS63 ............50 MS63 14....50 MS60 10.17.................00 13.......00 AU58 24..92.....131...00 6.50 MS64FB 25..00 PCGS AU50 .....00 EF45 5.... NGC MS66 .......00 PCGS PR64 .....00 MS66 37......50 NGC MS66.....2800...........5450..00 4...50 AU58 6. BEYMER MERCURY DIMES MERCURY DIMES 1916 MS63FB 50........25 16.....547.........00 NGC MS66 45....18.......00 4...........50 PCGS PR64...1087.........148..39.00 5.......75 4...00 Fr2 429......50 1927S EF45 45......00 EF45 ..00 PCGS MS64FB 26....172.122.....247....00 OUR POLICY GRADING: Strict Photograde....75 3...42....2345..75 4.....50 NGC MS65 ......00 AU50FB ..50 18.....................20.50 AU50.4345.90.....37................50 MS64 ...................25 4.46...18....50 PCGS VF30 (VF20)...00 148..00 26.......00 MS62FB 84....00 1918S EF45 35........39..... VISA...50 5..............50 EF45 ..77.75 5..50 MS65 25......25 AU58FB .........50 PCI VF20 (VG7) .15 F15 17.......... Santa Rosa..75 4...9............... LAYAWAY: 1/3 with your order............00 5.00 1938S MS65FB...565...50 MS63 ....50 VF30 ....00 MS64 18..50 4....25 695....50 MS65 28...50 PCGS MS67FB .........00 MS60......50 AU50 6.......50 G6 93......50 MS66FB 85.......75 1940S MS64 19.....7..........00 MS64 .....50 AU58FB 17.......105.163........00 AU58..2520.....75 4.... Money orders....75 AU58FB .........75 3...50 810...50 MS66 .18...1330.........75 4.....00 EF45 10.35............00 PCGS MS66FB 87...23.1785....50 MS60 9.50 10..50 AU58 ...5...00 AU50 52...............00 EF45 5.........................125.00 10...........00 MS65FB.50 NGC VG10 (VG7)..........50 MS66FB 92....00 EF45 9..00 1919D F15 27.....50 AG3 91.........75 EF45 ...18............156.....75 5....00 MS60FB......75 3..m...590.........50 7.........50 MS60 6...........1040...........475.50 9..............75 10..00 VG7 566.....00 3........00 4.00 VF30 7.....00 PCI MS65FB ......... DISCOVER & AMERICAN EXPRESS ARE ACCEPTED...75...50 MS64 19... POSTAGE & HANDLING: Orders under $100........50 VF30 10...577........00 ANACS MS64 .00 1929 MS60FB 28..247.....00 NGC PR65 ........50 14.50 MS65FB...00 4...31............. 8..00 PCGS AU58FB ..00 VG10 6..75 EF45 6..00 4...50 MERCURY DIMES F12 8..75 4...75 AU50 24..00 1939 EF45 5.........00 MS60FB ....7.............00 VF30 ....50 AU55 14............75 3.....50 NGC PR63....00 PCGS MS62 ..................20.50 F15 8.50 AU50 6....50 EF40 and better P mint ...00 MS63FB 822.......00 5..00 AU55 ....50 MS63 .50 ANACS PR65 ....00 MS65FB..00 VF30...50 VF30 14.....260.50 MS66FB ....50 MS65FB 74................16......... net VG10....50 1929D VF30 17.........25 EF45 5.....00 NGC AU58 ..50 F15 15.....50 1928D F15 29.10...50 PCGS VF35 630.133....50 1931D MS64FB ...95..............00 MS64FB...00 EF40 300..00 15...00 4....25 AU50 5...............25 1936D AU55 ... bank drafts no delay.3585..00 EF45 31....00 EF45 10...00 PCGS MS65FB ..28.........50 1918D 4.00 5........50 MS60FB 17. in custom plastic case .....50 MS66 ...25 AU50 .50 MS66FB......00 AU55 17..50 AU58....00 5.....275..16450..........50 6.............50 MS63 ........ CA 95401 Phone: 707-544-1621 • Fax: 707-575-5304 www....50 VF20.....26.......00 PCGS PR64 290.....50 PCGS VF20 (F15) ..50 8.75 MS62 .190.....10..50 PCGS MS66 ...50 MS63 ..75 4............5......6..50 MS65FB 46...50 AU55 6........00 14........50 AU50 13........1335..75 5...50 AU55FB .............50 NGC MS61 ...00 NGC MS65 ............. light toning .700........00 MS63FB 14.50 8...50 PCGS PR65.00 - VG7 6.50 Fr2 59...48....75 5.... rev flan flaw .50 1942/1 PCGS MS65 .......50 MS63FB 21.......00 MS62FB.....112..50 43...50 NGC MS66 ..50 ANACS AU details..00 10.......46..50 NGC MS67FB ...75 EF45 5....1845..25 670........ 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APPROVAL SERVICE: Three references from coin dealers who now offer you approval service must be furnished for us to check..247........142.1035.....00 7..00 7......75 AU50 ...........00 NGC.50 5....00 MS63 .52......50 75..75 PCGS MS63FB .........00 MS63FB.....23.......75 1945S Micro S SEGS MS65FB.28........00 ANACS PR67 .....25 AU50 13.55...com / February 25..................590....00 1875S/S VG7 161..QUALITY COINS FROM JACK H....00 NGC MS63FB ..50 VG10 11....58.......75 4.16....77....50 1936S MS64 35..m.....00 MS64 ..50 9......00 1921 ANACS EF45 (EF40) ...190....19.50 NGC MS66FB ..00 5.35...... 2014 13 ...50 MS63FB 17......00 NGC MS65FB ...5 ......63........50 6.......365.....25 MS60FB ..00 MS60 6......00 4.......50 1944 MS65 26.....00 EF45...75 4...00 AU58FB..11.........14.50 PCGS MS66FB ........25 4....7.....50 EF45 6.......00 PCGS PR66...150..140..777.........50 NGC MS64................15700...00 4............50 PCGS MS64FB ....50 ANACS VF20 (F12).....75 1944D MS65 26.00 AU58 7.50 VF30 12...... corroded 90.....00 NGC MS66 45.....42.50 MS64 ....................295..50 AU58FB 27............50 AU50 ....00 4............00 6........50 VG10 ............................00 AU55 .50 MS65FB ...50 NGC MS67FB ...562.......50 MS60FB ......00 Fr2 31......00 AU50 5.50 1916S MS60 52..635..00 4......00 30.50 ANACS MS65 .....25 3...........50 AU58FB 7.......00 1928S AU50 42.00 PCGS PR65 .......1845..50 AU55 ..38.... 8 FB.....650..75 MS63FB ...295....75 7... 4 rev rim marks .......232.190....487......50 AU50 32..75 VF30 7.00 MS64 ....00 4................247..............00 MS65FB 45....00 PCGS MS66FB ..........50 1923 MS60 30.00 NGC MS65FB .....00 1925D EF45 .00 4..93..........577.....50 AU50 6......00 AU58FB 8.26.....50 PCGS MS64 ...25 VF30 5...70...50 MS63FB 40.75 4........75 5...75 3.50 4....00 NGC MS66 toned ..38.11.50 VF20 ..75 3......75 AU58 7.25 MS65 ..00 7.39...50 VF30 6..

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989 P.094 2.797 Two-roll (P&D) set 11. Mint.413 Sets and Singles Dollar sets 2011 Pres.840 4.955 14.122 $500 box 714 683 1.999 Two-roll (P&D) set 12.S.368 2013 Pres.086 $250 box *9.789 Roosevelt Youth Set 4.316 Buchanan Liberty 8.291 778.897 2.292 *1.S rolls set 9.221 Grover Cleveland (1st term) 4.104 100. $1 unc.986 14. 1 silver) *28.576 $250 box 10.563 Roosevelt Coin & Chronicles Set 7.816 2.869 *44. Philadelphia.273 P.162 2.784 100-coin bag 1. Eagle ounce 64.769 Miscellaneous Offers 2013 Birth set 35.024 $250 box 9.553 2013 Pres.836 52. Washington.S rolls set 9.234 17.925 4.641 $500 box 539 550 1.932 2014 Birth set 3.441 100-coin bag *989 *861 1.487 *2.333 2012 Grover Cleveland (1st Term) Presidential dollar Option Philadelphia Denver Total 25-count roll *54.902 91.526 Helen Taft Ellen Wilson Edith Wilson 2.500 Gold Am.674 100-coin bag *1.110 100-coin bag *1. Shipping is $4. Hearing.766 6.611 45.081 *985 2.D. 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Sr.Heritage will sell Gardner collection Heritage Auctions will auction a collection of 3. Pa. “Gene Gardner is more than a coin collector. The collection contains 3. He founded an investment advisory firm that is now called Gardner Russo & Gardner in 1968 in Lancaster. and so generous with his time and with his knowledge. Eugene H. Founder of an investment advisory fir. 1797 half dollar MS-63 PCGS. I love the thought of sharing the auction experience with my family. 1838-O half dollar PR-64 NGC. silver coins in four sales held this year and next in New York City. ‘Opa. 1823/2 quarter Proof-64 Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. “He’s a numismatist who has an appreciation for the historic and aesthetic side of the hobby in addition to being one of the nicest people in numismatics. June 20-22. silver coins. has consigned his collection to Heritage.S. Newman are just three of the names that appear in the provenance of coins in the Gardner collection.000 U. John Jay Pittman. 1796 16 Stars half dollar MS-64 PCGS. 2014 attention by just saying. what new coins do you have?’” Greg Rohan.” Rohan said.com for more details of the Gardner sales. “I see these auctions as the culmination of a gratifying and absorbing collecting career. the collector. 16 Numismatic News EXPRESS / February 25. Gardner assembled the collection over many years. Heritage said Gardner began his numismatic efforts while he was in college in 1954. 1796 15 Stars half dollar MS-62 NGC. We’ve really all been in this together. .000 U.” Gardner told Heritage. and then at Heritage Auctions in New York City. MS-66 PCGS (one of three or four known in the pre-cud die state). and Eric P.” Lot viewing of the entire first auction will begin at Heritage Auctions May 1 in Dallas. 1845-O dime MS-69 PCGS. 1796 JR-1 dime. and his collection clearly illustrates that connoisseurship. It will then go the Long Beach Coin Expo June 3-6. This first collection he then sold in 1965. The first auction is slated for June 23. Louis E. Eugene H.m. In fact. 1873-CC No Arrows quarter MS-63 PCGS. Gene Gardner is a collector who appreciates the finest available coins.S. 1870-S Seated dollar XF-40 PCGS. which will be sold in four auctions. The first will be held June 23. Gene has created books for his personal use for many of his sets. which is very exciting to me. Visit HA. president of Heritage Auctions.. Eliasberg. Highlights of the present collection include: 1802 half dime XF-45 Professional Coin Grading Service. was full of praise for Gardner. Gardner. their beautiful photographs and detailed commentaries are posted on the NGC website for all to share. my grandchildren know how to get my Heritage Auctions President Greg Rohan catalogs coins from Gardner Collection. “It allows me to introduce my largely completed collection to the numismatic fraternity. 1876-CC 20-piece (Eliasberg) MS-64 PCGS.

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Graded MS-66 by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. the obvserse depicts the city of Emden from the point of view of its harbor. graded VF Details by NGC.500 at a January Heritage auction was this very rare 14-ducat gold piece from the Austrian city of Salzburg. A previously unknown Colombia 1755 Nuevo “Milled” 8 escudos graded extremely fine by the Professional Coin Grading Service and the sole surviving specimen.625.250. Heritage said. H. graded AU58 by NGC.” Coins pedigreed to the Thomas. This price and the prices of other lots include a 17. Stack’s Bowers brings over $5 million More than $5 million was realized at the Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio auction held Jan. Although this is a large. 10-13 at the New York International Numismatic Convention. .5 percent buyer’s fee.625. It depicts a 15-year-old Duke Friedrich Wilhelm III on the obverse. It was part of Selections from the Eric P. executive vice president. is of a very rare denomination. Prices include a 17. PGV peso double struck with a blank planchet obstruction – sold for $23.625. the ornate design elements are fully and delicately struck. “We are extremely pleased with the auction results. brought $223. which sold for $440. 2014 Among ancient coins.800. and an 1820 George III pattern 5 pounds that went for $188. There was strong demand as well for type coins and less valuable pieces.750. Newman Numismatic Education Society and proceeds will used for its museum or for society-designated activities. Bringing $211. 14-16 in New York.000. Going to $70. Numismatic News EXPRESS / February 25. with just the slightest wear to show that it did briefly fulfill its commercial purpose. and it is listed as “Rare” in those references where it can be found at all. high-relief coin.Salzburg gold tops Newman sale An Austrian gold 14-ducat coin of Salzburg minted in 1612 sold for $211. Items sold came from the collection of Eric P.750. Hede-11. It is graded NGC AU-58. a 2-taler piece from Emden in Germany dated 1674 brought $111.. sold for $105. visit www. This enigmatic and possibly unique coin. A second possibly unique coin from the 17th century.” said Rick Ponterio. Newman Collection Part III. stacksbowers. struck with double taler dies.com. “Rarities and superb quality examples were eagerly sought in the auction gallery across the series. it is a one-year type and the rarer of the two varieties known. and exceeded pre-sale estimates. followed by a 1768 George III pattern 2 guineas from Great Britain at $199. The coin is so rare the firm says it hasn’t been plated in at least a half century.500.500 was a Norway Christian V gold 2 ducats without date (1670-99). A Russian 1729 gold ducat went for $205. A Puerto Rican mint error – an 1895 18 Topping the bidding at the Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio auction was this 1773 pattern of a 5 guineas gold coin. Graded NGC AU-50.5 percent buyer’s fee. Highlights from this offering included a 1773 George III pattern 5 guineas from Great Britain.500 at Heritage Auctions Signature Sale Jan. Fr-11. an extremely rare follis of Kiurike II of Greater Armenia – possibly the finest known specimen. A 1672 10-ducat coin from SaxeAltenburg. For more information. graded Choice VF by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation sold for $18. KM-120 (lists 3 known). Ponterio said. Law Collection captured the attention of all in attendance.

NGC-certified Newman Part III REALIZES $6. have achieved nearly $34 million at auction.com/Newman EPNNES Foundation Statement: Items being sold are from the extensive collection of Eric P. Official Grading Service of NGCcoin.625. Part III. Newman Collection.625 $64. Other significant coins include the exceedingly rare 1729 Peter II Ducat in NGC AU 50 that more than tripled its presale estimate and the possibly unique German States 1674 Emden City Two Taler graded NGC MS 66 that realized $111. The highest price was realized by the Austria 1612 Salzburg 14 Ducats graded NGC AU 58. Newman Numismatic Education Society (a Missouri not-for-profit corporation) and have been assembled over a period of 90 years. The phenomenal Newman Collection continues to stun the numismatic community with its record-breaking results — the first three parts.750 $111.numismaticnews. SAXE-ALTENBURG 1672 Gold 10 Ducats GERMAN STATES 1674 Emden City Two Taler NGC AU 50 NGC PF 64 NGC AU 58 NGC MS 66 The 1.com / February 25.500 AUSTRIA 1612 Salzburg 14 Ducats NGC AU 58 $205. Learn more at NGCcoin. The greatest collections go to market with NGC. Newman Numismatic Education Society for public purposes.500.625 RUSSIA 1729 Peter II Ducat HONG KONG 1866 Victoria Dollar GERMAN STATES.900+ NGC-certified world coins smash presale estimates Several extraordinary rarities topped the results of the Eric P.1 MILLION $211. all certified by NGC. which sold for $211. 2014 19 .com | 800-NGC-COIN United States | Switzerland | Germany | Hong Kong | China | South Korea | Singapore | Taiwan www.625 $105. Proceeds of the sale of all items will be used exclusively for supplementing the Society’s museum operations and scholarly numismatic research efforts and for the benefit of other not-for-profit institutions selected by Eric P. sale by Heritage Auctions in January.

Founded by Charles F. Thomas Moore. including having served as Fellows of the American Numismatic Society. Ill. address. Boyd. Nominators should include their addresses and contact information. . N.C.New Jersey club marks 900th meeting The New Jersey Numismatic Society held its 900th meeting at the Madison (N. Ernest Kuesch. who presented “The Medals of the Literary Society of King’s College in New York. Herbert Silberman. in August. 20. on the third Monday of the month at the Public Library in Madison. Robert Schonwalter. Henry C.C. a brief biography 20 and photographs of at least five medals or Internet addresses where they can be viewed. David Lange. (except in August). the NJNS held its first meeting in Elizabeth. and continues the legacy of its founder and past members. the NJNS has had among its members many notable numismatists. its members have included: Carl Feldman. Steve Middleton.. vice president of numismatics. such as: F. members of the Board of the American Numismatic Association and instructors at the ANA’s Summer Seminar. This award is not limited to ANA members. The NJNS is dedicated to the advancement of numismatics through the study of the history. during which members can discuss items from their personal collections. Herbert Oechsner. New Jersey Numismatic Society President David Bailey (left) presents guest speaker Vicken Yegparian with a specially engraved medal to commemorate his presentation at the Society’s 900th meeting The NJNS meets at 7:30 p.J. Hines. Meetings include a numismatic presentation and a “show and tell” session. Dr. William Shamhart and Ray Williams. In 1967 obverse designer Gilroy Roberts was recognized and in 1968 Frank Gasparro received the award.) Public Library on Monday.m. Michael Fey. Nominations sought for medallic art award The American Numismatic Association’s Numismatic Art Award for Excellence in Medallic Sculpture honors an artist whose cumulative lifetime achievements in the field of medallic sculpture have been of the highest order. 1767-1771: The Unheralded First Civilian Medals Produced in America. Henry Christensen. The meeting’s guest speaker was Vicken Yegparian. manufacture and art of coins. NJNS members have been active in many other local and national numismatic organizations. William Horton. artists may nominate themselves. Stanley Sherr. N. This prestigious award will be presented at the annual banquet of the American Numismatic Association in Rosemont. Designers of the Kennedy half dollar won in consecutive years. Christopher Connell. Jan. a list of numismatic accomplishments.J. contact information. George Wait and Ed Price. Numismatic News EXPRESS /February 25. Willard Blaisdell.J.. Last year’s winner was James Malonebeach. Nettleship in 1933. Throughout the years. Nominations should include the name of the nominee. The first award was given in 1966 to Paul Vincze. More recently. Harry Rescigno. David Ginsburg.com by March 1. Stack’s Bowers Galleries. paper money and exonumia. Spencer Peck. 2014 Nominations should be sent to Mel Wacks at numismel@aol. Harold Flartey.” The presentation was an expanded version of one originally given at the American Numismatic Society’s Coinage of the Americas Conference in 2004 The NJNS celebrated its 900th meeting with specially engraved examples of the medal that was originally commissioned from Medallic Art Company to celebrate its 75th Anniversary in 2008.

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A stable future for the Holy Land requires a commitment by all groups in the area to maintain multicultural populations and tolerant regimes.” “Abe’s first coin purchase was a shekel of the first year of Jewish Revolt against Rome in 66 CE. ancient coins. “We really could not exist were it not for the tremendous contributions of our donors. Edlow • Patron Sponsors: Anderson & Anderson and Whitman Publishing. Sofaer have 22 Numismatic News EXPRESS / February 25. Abe realized that coinage provided a unique opportunity to explore the rich cultural history of the Holy Land’s many countries. Berk. Patron.S. Sofaer and the Stack Family – Harvey G. Shultz Distinguished Scholar and Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. Marian Scheuer Sofaer and the Honorable Abraham D. LLC. crafting a lively atmosphere that promoted festive bidding on items that included rare bottles of wine. and numismatics to pursue world-class research for many years to come. the project director for an historical exhibition in the synagogue in Chendamangalam. and national security. Alain Baron. Rounding out his activities. whose generosity to the ANS has spanned more than four decades.” Abe Sofaer wrote. Mrs.” he recounted.S. Gemini Numismatic Auctions. and noted how the Sofaers have for so long “fully embraced the concept of academic research.. David Hendin. as well as teaching at Columbia Law School. LLC • Sustainer Sponsors: Classical Numismatic Group. diplomacy.” He went on to trace the extensive scope of their fourdecade-long collecting. and an adviser to Kerala conservationists on the restoration of the synagogue at Parur.” The ANS acknowledged all the Gala participants and guests whose generosity and enthusiasm made the evening a success. and Mrs. terrorism. Sydney F. NG SA.” a film about a young woman’s role in the French Resistance during World War II. Kenneth L.” he said. A combination of some 200 guests and contributors helped the Society raise more than $200. edited by Adjunct Curator David Hendin and Deputy Director Andrew Meadows. Marian has served as a New York State Assistant Attorney General and a New York City Assistant Corporation Counsel. Edlow could not help being expansive. The evening’s successful auction accounted for $36. ANS Fellow Harmer Johnson led the live auction with infectious humor and energy. In presenting the Trustees’ award to the Sofaers. He and Marian set out to create a collection that bears witness to the constant cultural and political change that has characterized the region. enabling scholars in archeology. Stack. and dinner at the home of ANS Executive Director Ute Wartenberg Kagan. Attorney in New York. history. “Soon thereafter. and by over 50 other donors and supporters.000 coins from the Holy Land.. Edlow highlighted a few of the couple’s many non-numismatic achievements.. a passionate and longtime supporter of jazz as well as numismatics. Sustainer. Harlan J. When it came to illuminating the Sofaers’ connections to the ANS. and Mrs. It is a collection that now physically charts the ebb and flow of culture across a span of nearly two millennia. “Marian Scheuer Sofaer and Abraham D. . • Benefactor Sponsors: Mr. ANS Chairman Kenneth L. Currently he is the George P. Inc. Among numerous other positions.000. The ANS Gala was sponsored by 14 Benefactor. Dr. Their set included a vocal performance by Abe Sofaer. Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP and Stack’s Bowers Galleries • Friend Sponsors: Mr. an organization providing high quality arbitration and mediation of civil disputes.S. District Judge in the Southern District. She was also the co-producer of the award-winning documentary “Poumy. Heritage Auction Galleries. Stack and Lawrence R. Abe has served as an Assistant U. he is also a founding trustee of the National Museum of Jazz in Harlem and a member of the board of the Koret Foundation.” Last year saw a culmination of that effort with the publication by the ANS of the two-volume catalog of the Sofaer collection. government and on issues related to international law.ANS gala raises $200. Martin. 9 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City. John Adams. where his work focuses on the power over war within the U. and every effort by one cultural group to dominate the area to the exclusion of others eventually failed. Ltd. B & H Kreindler. most recently with the donation of part of their collection of over 5. India. Inc.S.” said ANS Executive Director Ute Wartenberg Kagan. This collection creates a lasting legacy. Department of State.000 The American Numismatic Society held its 2014 Annual Gala Jan. 2014 earned a place among the great benefactors of the American Numismatic Society. Edlow thought it fitting to quote from Abe Sofaer’s introduction to that catalog by way of explaining what drives the passion of so many of us and makes the contemplation and study of these old objects so compelling: “The Holy Land. “Their extraordinary decision to donate their collection to the Israel Museum and the American Numismatic Society ensures them a place among the most generous donors to these collections. and legal adviser to the U. a U. She is CEO. “is important to many peoples in addition to the Jews. a rock painted with a portrait of Julius Cesaer. Sofaer.000 of that total. original drawings. General Counsel and co-founder of Federal Arbitration. The event honored Marian Scheuer Sofaer and the Honorable Abraham D. and Friend sponsors. Gala guests were also entertained by the music of rising jazz star Dominick Farinacci and his band.

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“In Atlanta. Branch Mints in Dahlonega. McDermott/Bebee — This famous coin is one of five 1913 “V” nickels that were struck in mysterious circumstances at the Philadelphia Mint. the ANA Museum Showcase. As a special attraction. one that has been largely forgotten. The McDermott/Bebee specimen was donated to the ANA by Aubrey and Adeline Bebee. The existence of the nickels was unknown until 1919. with only 15 known examples. however. exhibits by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and the United States Mint. The design for these coins was used from 1883 to 1912.slightly smaller than a modern dime and weighing half as much . which operated from 1838 through 1861. coinage: O for New Orleans. from its early colonial days through the Civil War. personally received the coins on Washington’s behalf.27-28. dollar and the Constitution disbanded State-issued currencies. curator for the Money Museum. 1792 Half Disme — An estimated 1. Public admission is $6 for adults and free for children 12 and under Feb.S. a major auction by Heritage Auctions.m. and Charlotte. and 10 a.C. On March 3. Feb.. Mint was not yet operational. the Museum Showcase will also feature an 1862 Gatling gun. when an advertisement in The Numismatist offered to purchase any example for $500. The coin was donated to the Money Museum by Steven L. Thomas Jefferson. five unauthorized “V” nickels were struck with the 1913 date. the branch mints used mintmarks for the first time on U. 10 a.” Colonial Paper Money of Georgia — The story of paper currency in Georgia begins in 1735 on the British pound sterling standard. Mint. and free for everyone on Saturday.S. The coins . The ad was placed by Samuel W..ANA Museum Showcase to exhibit in Atlanta The rich numismatic history of Georgia and the South will be on display when the National Money Show comes to the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta. housing and training soldiers presents challenges well 24 Numismatic News EXPRESS / February 25. Class III specimens (six known) were struck during the 1850s for collectors. Congress authorized new mint facilities at Dahlonega. Class I 1804-dated silver dollars were actually struck in the 1830s when the United States Mint was asked by to produce them for sets of U. C for Charlotte and D for Dahlonega. will be a collection of Georgia Colonial paper money from its beginnings in 1735 to the end of the American Revolution.” Mudd said. 27-March 1.S.500 half disme (an early version of “dime”) silver coins were struck in the basement of a saw-maker’s shop in Philadelphia in 1792 because the U. equipping.” said Douglas Mudd. March 1.S. the Collector Exhibits area. Brown. “This exhibit features gold from the first gold rush in the United States. . The Atlanta National Money Show features more than 500 numismatic dealers with an extensive inventory. The Idler/Bebee specimen was donated to the ANA by Aubrey and Adeline Bebee. After the Revolution. Charlotte and New Orleans to take advantage of these finds and reduce transportation costs.” the 1804 dollar is extremely rare. In 1920 Brown exhibited all five nickels at the ANA convention in Chicago. paying. “This was the first circumstance where gold from a local region was produced into coins within that same region by the U.m. the silver used to mint the 1792 half dismes came from Martha Washington’s personal silverware. On exhibit in the ANA’s signature Museum Showcase. a former Mint employee. then serving as secretary of state. By 1830 local assayers began to produce gold coins in Georgia and North Carolina in order to simplify transactions. Confederate Currency — Financing war has always presented problems for governments – the stress of feeding. Contursi.m. to 4 p. “And we’ll be able to spotlight an era of history that is often neglected: Georgia’s very own gold rush. Rochette Money Museum in Colorado Springs and exclusive private collections. 27. we have a wonderful opportunity to showcase the numismatic history of Georgia. 1835.m. continental currency was replaced by the new U. Friday.S. In 1913 they were replaced by the Buffalo nickel design. Idler/Bebee Class III — Known as “The King of U. Ga. Also on display will be gold coins from the U. During the Revolution. Modern researchers estimate that about 275 of the 1. but the eastern United States experienced its own gold rushes in the early 1800s. Georgia used continental currency denominated in sterling and in Spanish dollars instead of the Continental dollar at the rate of 1 dollar = 5 shillings. 1913 Liberty Head V Nickel.were first authorized by President Washington under the Mint Act of 1792. a weapon used by the Union during the Civil War. According to legend. Ga. March 1. Saturday. ANA members are admitted free. as well as educational presentations and seminars. Coins. This is especially true of civil wars.S. 1804 Dollar. to 5:30 p. To distinguish their issues from those of the Philadelphia Mint. Feb. Feb. but a more extensive find in 1828 near Dahlonega displaced the Cherokee and sent thousands of prospectors into the region. This display features a selection from the Money Museum exhibit “A House Divided: Money of the Civil War” in Colorado Springs and highlights some of the difficulties faced by the Confederacy as it attempted to create a new national currency and finance a war from scratch.. N. 28. 2014 beyond the normal capacity of authorities to handle.” Following is a list of Museum Showcase exhibits to be displayed in Atlanta. This selection of Georgia Colonial notes is from the collection of the late ANA Governor Radford Stearns. Gold was discovered in North Carolina at the end of the 18th century.S. Show hours are 1 to 5:30 p. Gold! The Coins of Georgia and North Carolina — The gold rushes of the American West have been well-documented. featuring rarities from the Edward C. coins to be presented to foreign dignitaries. Thursday. soon after the founding of the colony in 1732 by James Oglethorpe.500 originally struck survive today. Georgia notes were produced thereafter up to and through the American Revolution.m.

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Nov. major grading services and ICCS. Ill. to 6 p. “Lyn has helped create the U. Kan.com. Our convention staff and board of governors are pleased to continue our long and cooperative association with his company. Additional information about the Lyn Knight auction company can be found online at www. Box 565173. WINGS™ Coins has expanded its corporate offices. from 10 a. See if your slabbed world coin. For additional information. dealers@wingscoins. Foley said of the award of auction rights to the Knight firm.com Wings offers three free evaluations Three free submissions to WINGS™ Coins will be offered by the firm at the American Numismatic Association National Money Show Feb. so that it can meet increasing demand without sacrificing quality The firm is seeking to further expand its authorized dealer network. The firm was pleased to report that coins with the WINGS™ sticker had a 100 percent sell-through rate at the Stack’s Bowers 26 Numismatic News EXPRESS / February 25. More complete details about the NWPMC can be found at www.m. FL 33256-5173.Knight auction tops show events Lyn Knight.and sevenfigure rarities that only the most well financed can even think about acquiring.” Bourse activities at the National Coin and Currency Convention will get under way from 1 p. coins. Patricia Foley. but with 75 booths and roughly 85 separate dealers.S. including an expert on Chinese coins. when the Professional Preview/ Early Bird Day will be held. At this function collectors and dealers without booths can gain early admission to the 75-booth bourse area for a $75 registration fee. “Lyn Knight has been part of our event since we had our first convention at the Cervantes Convention Center in downtown St. a northwest Chicago suburb just two miles from O’Hare Airport. or by telephoning (414) 807-0116. offering a range of material from items that are within the budget of the beginning collectors to six. Regular public hours will be Friday and Saturday. The new address is P. there will be a three-case exhibit of WINGS™ goldstickered coins in the ANA exhibition area with coins valued at more than $1 million. 2014 January auction in New York City. token and medal.com. or send an email to him at info@ wingscoins. Attendees at the convention can visit the firm at booth 722. If in its opinion the item is Premium Quality for the grade assigned to it by one of the four U. 20. general chairman for the convention. and Sunday from 10 a. of Overland Park. we’ll have a cross section of some of the most significant players in the coin and currency trade. Coupled with the Lyn Knight auction. “The NWPMC is really just the right size. 19. according to a recent announcement by Kevin Foley.Wingscoins.O.S.lynknight.com. WINGS™ founder and finalizer is Lance Tchor.com. WINGS™ Coins stresses that it does not review U. WINGS™ has retained four additional world experts as consultants. Pinecrest. a Canadian grading service. large enough to be commercially significant. token or medal is Premium Quality for the assigned grade. “With dealers from roughly 20 different states. He has been a full-time coin dealer since 1977.m.m.. to be held Nov. This is in addition to their 100 percent sell-through rate on the 400 lots that were in the September 2013 Goldberg pre-Long Beach auction. Prices realized were more than 200 percent on average above pre-auction estimates. Also.” Dealers interested in bourse space at the event should contact Foley via e-mail at kfoley2@wi. Visit the website at www.. then WINGS™ Coins will place its tamper and fraud-proof gold sticker on the slab. 27-March 1 in Atlanta. it is realistically possible for our attendees to visit and have a meaningful interaction with almost all our booth holders. For those attending the convention there is a discounted sleeping room rate of $115 is available by calling the Crowne Plaza at (877) 337-5793 and asking for the “National Coin and Currency Convention” rate. please contact Larry Michelson at 855-33WINGS (94647).m.-based auction marketplace for world currency and was a pioneer in offering such mate- rial in live auctions in this country.com. only world items.S. I feel that the NWPMC is a veritable ‘must do’ for people who are really serious in their numismatic interests. WINGS™ Coins reviews slabbed world coin. to 2 p. Lyn’s sales are always exciting events.

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” said Jim Halperin. 2014 “The Long Beach Expo is the largest event of its kind on the West Coast. Currency. Stamp & Sports Collectible Expo and its parent firm.. or other current paper money issues.. Although Bart describes it as “neither visually exciting nor terribly valuable. Heritage has become an integral part of our threetimes-a year shows. president of Collectors Universe.Ink picked up from the back of another note shows up as a vertical “100” to the left of Ben Franklin on this $100 Federal Reserve Note. Visit www.HA. We’re looking at ways to expand our services to them at future Long Beach shows. causing the Treasury Department to release the series of 2009A before the 2009. and world coins and bank notes are eagerly anticipated by many of the collectors and dealers who visit the show in person. Long Beach. Heritage has galleries in Beverly Hills. as so few misprints are escaping the human and computer inspectors within the BEP. the producer of the Long Beach Expo shows. Bart of ExecutiveCurrency. parent of Expos Unlimited.com in Roseville. the multi-color “counter” with large numeral “100” arranged vertically at the right end of the back. The Long Beach Coin. and New York City. the world’s largest collectibles auction house with annual sales of more than $800 million.com for more. Bart spots error on new $100 bill Dealer Frederick J. Heritage to call future Long Beach A new auction agreement has been reached. the numbers appear in a mirror image. “As the Expo celebrates its 50th anniversary this year we are delighted to have them as the Long Beach Expo’s official auctioneer and an official sponsor.. Collectors Universe. . Mich. As is characteristic of an offset (compared with a printing). In addition to its headquarters in Dallas. and attracts collectors with diverse interests in numismatic items as well as other collectibles. It’s an exciting and active marketplace with collectors and dealers from across the country and overseas. to assist the visually impaired. “Since conducting their first Long Beach auction in October 1985.S. and offices in other cities in the United States and overseas. contact him at bart@ExecutiveCurrency. has been offset onto the front of this particular note. Inc. which is held three times each year. 100 South 28 Pine Ave.com).HA. Calif. The next Heritage-Long Beach auction will be conducted in conjunction with the June 5-7 show in the Long Beach Convention Center. To report additional errors on the new design. Calif.” The entire design was delayed because of pleats and folds in the upper left sheet position on the series of 2009.” Numismatic News EXPRESS / February 25.” he believes that it is an “important finding. have concluded the new pact with Heritage Auctions (www. Their diverse offerings of U.com Here is another look at the ‘00’ portion of the offset error on this $100 FRN. which were printed earlier. reports the discovery of an error on the recently released $100 2009A Federal Reserve Note. In this instance. cochairman of Heritage Auctions. Heritage will continue as the official auctioneer and also as an official sponsor of the Long Beach show.” said David Hall.

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Army.” the cards honor the Army.S.S. The BEP said this collection features a compilation of unique engraved vignettes focusing on the age-old art of intaglio printing. Armed Forces. evoking a soldier’s view of a Canadian Expeditionary Force comrade walking ahead on the gangway of the troop ship that will transport them to the battlefields of Europe. Emblazoned with a full-color of the Canadian Olympic Team. Crafted of . the reverse of this coin features a common loon poised for flight. “The Mint is proud to produce collec34 tor coins which showcase the creativity of Canadians while telling the countless stories of our nation. will be formally released on Feb. the RCM issued a . For Canadian athletes at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. which is a savings of $27. To purchase.” said Ian E. will be released on June 16. Bennett. 22.” The Royal Canadian Mint is remembering the service and sacrifice of Canada’s veterans of the First World War.moneyfactorystore. and innovative uses of technology. Called “Defenders of Freedom. Marines. “Through exquisite craftsmanship and design. The third card. Navy. The “Defenders of Freedom” Subscription Program is $85. Marines. please visit the BEP website. 2014 rates “The Mobilisation of Our Nation” with a design by artist Maskul Lasserre. MPC was used rather than American currency to pay troops overseas.gov.Military Payment Certificates appear at the base of each design created by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing honoring the five branches of the U. www. Armed Forces honored on BEP cards Souvenir cards dedicated to the five branches of the U. will be released on Sept. The fourth card. will be released on Aug. president and CEO of the Royal Canadian Mint. 5. The fifth and final card. Ga. The first card. this coin also features a matte proof finish. just in time for the ANA’s World’s Fair of Money. 27. 26. Air Force and Coast Guard. accompanied by e portrayals of Canada’s abundance of nature.50 off the individual card purchase price. including strikingly enameled snowy owl gold and silver kilo coins and a new “glowin-the-dark” Prehistoric Creatures coin. Navy. Armed Forces have been created by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and are being offered for sale to collectors. through a growing collection of coins that will capture different perspectives of a conflict that forever altered the course of Canadian and world history. Canada marks World War I with coins In observance of the 100th anniversary of the First World War. Military Payment Certificates form part of each design. in conjunction with the BEP’s participation at the American Numismatic Association’s National Money Show in Atlanta. The Mint is also launching a number of precious and base metal coins featuring captivating designs and innovative technological enhancements.9999 fine silver collector version of the 2014 Lucky Loonie. The new $10 silver coin commemo- Numismatic News EXPRESS / February 25. Air Force. the Mint’s collector coins never fail to create unforgettable keepsakes of the Canadian experience. To participate in the 2014 Subscription Program and to ensure receipt of each intaglio print in this collection. collectors must subscribe by Feb. and their families and compatriots. the Royal Canadian Mint is issuing a new $10 silver coin commemorating the mobilization of Canadian troops who fought for the nation’s freedom and values in Europe between 1914 and 1918. The second card. Orders can also be placed by telephone at (800) 456-3408. will be released on April 14. in an inspiring design by Canada/Page 35 .9999 fine silver. Among these new products are creations by artist Tim Barnard and multi-talented Quebec celebrity Caroline Néron. Coast Guard. Each intaglio print will ship after its first day of sale as noted above.

Canada’s abundant nature continues to figure prominently among the Mint’s popular collector coins. pricing and full background information on each product can be found on the “Shop” tab of www. Committee Chair: John Maben.net.eventful. Significant Contribution Award: Given to those who have made exceptional.numismaticnews. The award is named after PNG’s founding president. Send nominations to the appropriate award category chair by mid-June.com. and even worn as a pendant using a separate bezel and black silk necklace available from the RCM. Lifetime Achievement Award: Presented to a numismatist for his/her devotion to numismatics. Email: hudsonrc@att.” it is considered one of the earliest fossil fish species to venture out on land.com / February 25. Canadian artist Emily Damstra. which include new releases such as: • The majestic 5 oz. featuring the “Howling Wolf. Email: rweaver@dvrcc.ca. • The 2014 25-cent colored coin celebrating the Eastern Meadowlark. the RCM declares. the $5 gold series can be collected in a four-coin wooden case). as can a privymarked 1 oz. Email: john@moderncoinmart. Art Kagin Ambassador Award: It is named after a former PNG President and nationally known Iowa dealer who provided distinguished service as an advocate of numismatic goodwill.com. The categories and contacts are: Abe Kosoff Founders Award: Presented to a PNG member-dealer who has made a significant contribution to the guild or to the numismatic fraternity in the past year.com. Committee chair: Robert Brueggeman.O. • “The Bison: A Portrait” – the first issue of a new series of edge-lettered $20 silver coins featuring the largest land animal in North America.mint. The privy mark features the official logo of the fair. Canada/from Page 34 can become a perfect gift for any special person on a collector’s list. and • $10 silver and $5 pure gold coins honoring the grizzly bear. “In the Eyes of the Snowy Owl” uses bright yellow and translucent sparkling enamel. The stark image of a leafless tree. this award is not automatically given each year. They will be given Aug. The unmistakable face of the snowy owl is the creation of established artist and coin designer Arnold Nogy. stands out against the whiteness of a proof silver field evoking the desolate beauty of winter in its simplest forms. Committee Chair: Rich Weaver.PNG seeks 2014 award nominations Nominations are being sought by the Professional Numismatists Guild for its annual awards. Mintages. the “glow-inthe dark” Prehistoric Creatures 25-cent coin is back with a tribute to Tiktaalik rosae.” These special releases can be purchased directly from the RCMs direct sales channels. All of these products can be ordered directly from the RCM at (800) 268-6468 in the United States. com/eventspler. Sol Kaplan Award: Presented to someone who has given their time in an attempt to rid the profession of fraud and thievery. Reagan Foundation. 99. Robert Friedberg Award: Given for an outstanding book or other literature. 4. It is only given when there is deemed to be a worthy recipient or recipients. Westchester. The Kaplan Award is named after a for- mer PNG President and Ohio dealer who was personally responsible for the apprehension of several people suspected of committing numismatic-related crimes. Box 7157. Discovered in the Canadian Arctic in 2004 and nicknamed “the fishapod. 2014 35 . on the silver and gold coin. designed by celebrated Quebec actor. Committee cochairs: Dana S. Simek.com. Germany. A touch of color adds depth to new gold and silver kilo coins from a new four-coin series celebrating the mesmerizing eyes of Canadian wildlife. IL 60154-7157.net. The RCM has released limited-mintage numismatic versions of coins being released in February 2014: the “Peregrine Falcon”1 oz.99 percent pure silver coin. Barry@stuphttp://losangeles.999 percent pure gold bullion coins. Committee Chair: James A. Tiktaalik reveals its glowing skeletal structure under darkness thanks to the addition of a proprietary photo-luminescent paint application. it is named in honor of a publisher and author of numismatic reference books.org. The award is jointly presented by the PNG and the Lewis M. respectively. designed by renowned Canadian paleoartist Julius Csotonyi. Email: nge3@comcast. from the 2014 “O Canada” series (available by subscription. to accentuate the most striking physical feature of this formidable hunter. The complex and often chaotic imagery which typifies his black and white drawings and paintings finds a new home on a design that incorporates 50 distinct elements symbolizing “Canada Through the Eyes of Tim Barnard. beneficial efforts on behalf of PNG. Engraved initials in the artist’s own handwriting finish off a dramatic keepsake that www. Email: info@PNGdealers. Simek. from a new Canadian Birds of Prey series and the first release of the Call of the Wild series of 1 oz. Emails: Dana@amergold. Samuelson and Barry Stuppler. Note: A copy of each book nominated for this year’s award must be submitted for delivery no later than June 28 to James A. Thought-provoking stories of Canada are often conveyed through the eyes of its artists. highlighted by selective gold plating and surrounded by five shimmering Swarovski crystals. singer and jewelry designer Caroline Néron. P. Another uniquely personal expression of the artist’s perspective can be found on a selectively gold-plated silver coin enhanced with Swarovski crystals.” The impressive numismatic artworks are sure to delight and intrigue collectors as they decipher his intensely iconic and personal view of our country. proof-finished silver coin featuring iconic Canadian maple leaves. 99. Appearing beautifully colored in normal daylight. and this is vividly demonstrated on exciting new 2-ounce pure gold coin and fine silver coins designed by famed Canadian contemporary artist Tim Barnard. Committee Chair: Mitch Battino. silver Maple Leaf released in celebration of the 2014 World Money Fair held in Berlin. A favorite of collectors.

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A++. A++... 1100 1886-O MS-61 {P} W++..... 1450 1891-CC MS-65 {P} W+.... PQ+++ .......... L++..... PQ++ ............. L++......L++...... PQ++ ... 5600 1884 MS-66 {P} W++........ 875 1879-CC AU-53 (N) W++............ L++. A+.......... A++........ W++ ..... PQ++........................... A++. 1475 1895-S AU-58 (P/CAC) LT.. 160 1892-CC MS-62 {P} W++. PQ++. A+.... 900 1928 MS-64 {P} PQ++. PQ...... 810 1880 MS-66 {P} POP 98/+0 W+....... L++... A+++........ W++.. A++. 425 1921-S MS-64 {P} W++... A++......... A++..... W++. PQ++ ..... W+++....... L++.. RARE. A+. L++. 2200 1887-S MS-64 {P} A++. 310 1890-S MS-65 {P} W++. A++....... PQ++ .. 600 1934-D MS-64 {P} W++. A++. PQ . 925 1886-S MS-65 {P} W++.... 570 1928-S MS-64 {P} W++... 2375 1896-S AU-58 {P} A++........ W++. PQ++.... L++... A++.... ORIG . 5) Please add $14... 410 1886-S MS-61 (N) W+. PQ++ .................. 230 1891 MS-64 {P} W++.. L++..... W++..... L++. PQ+++............ L++.. 795 1881-CC MS-65 {P} PQ++.. A+.. PQ+ .... CAM... PQ++++. 2400 1885-O MS-65 DMPL {P} W++.. A+................ 6750 1902 MS-66+ (N) W++.. W++.... L++. PQ ....... L++.. PQ++...... L++...... 2100 1893-S VG-8 (N) A++.. PQ+++...... A++... 785 1881-CC MS-64+ {P} W++... L++++.. less Shipping... A+... 1325 1889-CC XF-45 (N) W++... L++. 2750 1884-O MS-64 DMPL {P} W+.... 540 1884-CC MS-66 {P} W++........ A++...... PQ++++............... PQ++ ... .... 2350 1888-S MS-62 (N) W++..... L++... 670 1888-O MS-66 {P} W+.. 2250 1885-S MS-63 {P} W++...... 6800 1891-CC MS-63 {P} W++... L+. L++. 160 1881 MS-65 {P} A++. W++... L++...... 140 1882-O MS-65 {P} L++.. 2115 1882-CC MS-65 {P} W++.. L+..... 2750 1894-S MS-65 {P} W+. A++....... PQ++..... L++. 1150 1927-S MS-64 {P} W++... 710 1887-S MS-65 {P} A++... Insurance and Express Mail $22. 510 1924-S MS-64+ {P} PQ++++..... A++. L++.... A++...... both Registered/Insured! Office Hours: Mon. A++.......March 2nd .. 195 1890 MS-64 {P} A+++..... PQ++ . 4975 1890-S MS-64 {P} W++. LT........ L++........ A++........... PQ++ ...... PQ+++ ..... L++... 225 1883-S AU-58 (N) VW........... L++....5 p.... PQ++ ....... 5500 1878 7TF REV›78 MS-65+ (P/CAC) W. L+.. A++........L++........ 950 1879-S MS-68 (N) W++.. PQ+++ ................. A++. L++...com / February 25.... L++... A++.... PQ++.... PQ++ ... L++...... L++... PQ+++ .. A++. 2200 1887/6-O MS-62 (N) W++. 575 1882 MS-65 (N) W++..... 1250 1928-S MS-63 {P} W++.. L++.............. PQ++ .... PQ++ ..... L++........ W++. PQ++++ ... A+. PQ++.. A++..... 5400 1890-O MS-64 {P} W++........ L++. W++... L++.......... SCARCE .POP 24/2 ... PQ+ . L++.. L++....... L++.......... L++...... A+. L++..... W++.. PQ++++..... PQ++... L++. 2550 1880-CC MS-65 {P} W++. 970 1891 MS-65 (P) W++.. W++... PQ+++ ..... 2170 1899-S MS-65 (N) W+.. A++. PQ++ .... 470 1894-O MS-62 {P} W++.... L++................. L++. 10900 1894-O AU-55 {P} W+. PQ+. 1275 1880-CC 8/7 REV’78MS-65 {P} W+... L++. A++............ 1150 1884-CC MS-66 PL {P} W++................ L++... 965 1889-O MS-65 (N) W+. L++..... 235 1890 MS-65 {P} A++.... PQ+++ ... 1575 1886-S AU-58 (N) W++.... A++.. L++... L++. 305 1890-O MS-65 {P} W++.m EST www. 2950 1894-S MS-61 (N) W++... PQ+ POP 200/+3 .. PQ++ . A Attractive.. PQ+++ .. L++.... 360 1934 MS-64 (N) W........... A.... A++.... 2975 1894 VF-30 (N) W. PQ+.. A++........................ A++.... 2150 1892-O MS-63 {P} A++.. 1200 1893-CC XF-45 {P} PQ+..... 1775 1879 MS-64 {P} W++... W++ ..PQ+++ ...... PQ+.. L++.... L++.................00 for Registration.............. A++................ PQ++++ .. PQ++..... A++.... 425 1886-S MS-61 {P} W+....... A++........ 410 1904 MS-63 {P} W+++.... A++.. RARE... L++. PQ++ ..A. PQ++ ..... 165 1925-S MS-63 {P} W++.. PQ++ . PQ++ .......... 490 1883-S MS-63 {P} W++. PQ++. A++.. PQ+++ .... L++...... 350 1885-S MS-64 {P} W++... Cobb Galleria Center. PQ++ ... A++. L++.... PQ++ .... ORIG......... 560 1928-S MS-63 {P} A++. L++....... L+++. 1625 1934-S MS-61 (N) LT. L++............ L++..... PQ++ ... L++............... 665 1888-O MS-65 {P} W++... PQ++ . A++.... PQ++ ............. L++. L++.... R Rare.............. PQ++++... 160 1881 MS-64 {P} W++.. L++..... PQ+ ........ Monroeville... L++.... PQ+++ ... A++........ 4800 1921 MS-63 DMPL (N) W.. L++....... 3275 1880/79-CC REV’78 MS-66 (N) W+. A++. PQ+++ ......... 675 1898 MS-67 {P} W++. L++. PQ++++ .. L++.. 565 1882 MS-65+ (P/CAC) W++.. L++.. 5900 1896 MS-65 (N) W++. L++. 995 1902-S MS-62 {P} VW.. PQ Premium Quality.......... L++..... L++.O.. A++.... L++.. W++ ....... L++... A++... L++.............. L++. A+++... 2760 1904-S MS-63 {P} W++. L++. A++.... PQ+++.... L++... A+++.. A++. PQ+++ .. L++. 6) We CANNOT be held responsible for misprints or typographical errors.. 3750 1925 MS-65 (N) W++.. 1105 1923-D MS-66 {P} POP 77/+1 W+.. A++.. L+....... 5500 1894 MS-64 {P} W+++. L++..... PQ++. PQ+++ ...... 1050 1885-O MS-67 {P} PQ+++..... PQ ...... PQ++++ . 195 1880-O MS-63 {P} W++.. L++.. PQ++.. L...... L++... 4250 1889-O MS-64 {P} A++.... A++.. L++... 1920 1901 AU-53 {P} VW....... 630 1934-D MS-65 (N) W+++. PQ++ ........ PQ++ ........ 3400 1887-S MS-64 {P} W+... A++.. A++...... PQ+++ ..... 540 1883-CC MS-65 DMPL (I) DM... PQ++ ... 27th-30th Whitman Coin & Collectibles Baltimore Expo... PQ++.. A++........... PQ+++.. A++.... A++.. L++.... 325 Policies and Procedures: 1) Full 5-day return privilege on certified coins only... PQ++ ............ A++.... 625 1927-S MS-64 {P} W++...... W.. L++.. 1125 1927-S MS-65 (I) W+.. PQ+++. DC Deep Cameo. 1050 1895-S XF-40 (CAC/NGC) LT... PQ+ ... PQ+++.. PQ++. ORIG...... PQ+++ .... PQ++ . L++.... L+..... Checks must clear.. PQ+++.... A++............ L++.. A++... 150 1926 MS-64+ {P} W++. L++...................... 950 1881-CC MS-67 (N) W++. 2375 1878 7TF REV›78 MS-64 {P} W+............... 1200 1893-CC VF-35 {P} LT.... L++. 1250 1883-CC MS-65 DMPL {P} W+............ L++..... A++.. 425 1898-O MS-66 {P} W++. PQ+ ..... W++.. 1775 1895-O MS-61+ (N) VW. L++.. A+........... 7375 1893-CC F-15 (N) LT.. 4250 1882 MS-64+ {P} W++. PQ+++.. PQ++ . A++....... L++.... 385 1901 MS-62 {P} VW. A++. PQ++++......... A++. 600 1882-O MS-64 {P} W++...... W++.... A++.. L++... 725 1886 MS-67 {P} W++... 1050 1885-CC MS-64+ {P} VW....... L++. A++..... A. 1450 1925-S MS-64 (N) W+...75.. L++. A++...... PQ++ ... A++...... L++..... L++...... PQ++ ......... 5500 1898-O MS-66 {P} W++.. PA. L++. GA 14th -16th Michigan State Numismatic Soc... Novus & American Express.. W++.. 650 1899 MS-64+ {P} A++. L++ .. MI. 1450 1890-S MS-66 {P} W++. PQ+ .. A++++. L++...... 390 1927-D MS-65 {P} W++...23K 1895-S VF-30 {P} VW.. L++... A++....... PQ++ ......... PQ++ ................ A++...... A++. PQ+++ . PQ+ ....... PQ+++. VW. Untimely returns are subject to a 10% restocking fee! 2) All coins guaranteed and genuine... PQ++ .......... PQ++ .. L. PQ+ . 5250 1897-O MS-61 (N) VW. A++. 1800 1896-O MS-61 (N) A++... A++. A++...... L+.... A++... A++...... A++....... 825 BAY BRIDGE 1936-S MS-66 {P} W+........ PQ++ . 450 1884-S AU-55 {P} W++.. 4) Check or money order...... Prices may change without notice! MD residents add 6% sales tax under $1000..... A+++..... L++...... L++....... L++. L++... L++... PQ++++ ............. L++.. 650 1892-S AU-50 {P} W+.... L+... 3) Coins subject to prior sale........... PQ++ .. L++.. L++.... L++.. 1175 1889-CC VF-20 (N) LT. PQ+ .... L++.... 7) All Layaway and Trade-in orders returned are subject to a 15% restocking fee! 8) All merchandise shipped to G.. 6400 1880-O MS-62 (N) W++. 1250 1885-CC MS-66 {P} A++.. L++... A++...... Handling and Insurance fees.. L++. 1149 1934 MS-64 (A) W...... PQ+++ .. 305 1896 MS-66+ (P/CAC) W++. Normal Express Mail $18..... 430 BOONE .... L++ .... A++++..... A+...... L++.... L++...... 1325 1903-S XF-40 {P} LT................... A++..... A++.. Tiso must be sent to the P. PQ++ ... 540 1902-S MS-64+ (N) W++...... ...... A++............. L++.. 310 1904 MS-65 (N) W+... W++........... PQ... PQ+++++.. W++. A+... PQ++ .... A++...... L++....... A++..... PQ++ ..... 235 1880 MS-65 {P} W+.... 875 1884-CC MS-66 (N) W++..... PQ+++... PQ++++... PQ++++ .... 1300 1887/6-O MS-62 {P} W++.. 2175 1900-S MS-65 {P} W++..... 1550 1897-S MS-65 {P} W++..... A++++. PQ++ ..... PQ+++ . 425 1923-D MS-65 (I) VW.. PQ++ . PQ++ ..... A++. A+.. A++.. 290 1878 7TF REV›78 MS-64 DMPL {P} W.

25 $5.40 $40.85 $52.65 N/A $3.75 $6. The BU issues were artificially depressed because of a hoard of circulated coins that contained virtually no Mint State coins in a group of 452 coins. losing a mere $1 and now at 1.50 $27.00 $6.50 $5.00 $7.00 $5. Silver could go a long way further against that ratio. bringing its ratio to gold below 63 to 1. but the psychology is not such at this time.00 $1.950.00 $107.50 $5.00 $630.00 $4. They are not offers to buy or sell.00 $390.S.350.00 $4.50 $44. 1896-S.09 ratio to gold. The 1879-CC has gained in MS-60 along with 1883S. 1894-O.100.50 N/A $3. It seems the safe haven value of that “barbarous” yellow metal is being rediscovered.15 N/A $3.00 $615.00 N/A N/A N/A $545. The Japanese market has lost 14 percent of its value so far this year. Peace dollars are steady with increases in three AU-50 issues.385.900.▲ Coin Market at a glance Brought to you by NumisMaster.00 $1.25 $30.00 N/A $65. Values are compiled by the Krause Publications staff of market analysts and independent analysts.60 $9.85 N/A $3. Time will tell.35 $71.50 $27.00 $1. 1.00 $36.30 $5.75 $7.50 $9.60 $9.50 $820.00 $1.550.75 $11.35 N/A $59.00 $68.00 $44.500. Last week’s Long Beach Expo proved to be a success. 2014 Date 1975S 1975S no mint mark dime 1976S 3 coins 1976S 1977S 1978S 1979S Type I 1979S Type II 1980S 1981S Type I 1981S Type II 1982 Souvenir set 1982S 1983 Souvenir set 1983S 1983S Prestige Set 1983S no mint mark dime 1984S 1984S Prestige Set 1985S 1986S 1986S Prestige Set 1987S 1987S Prestige Set 1988S 1988S Prestige Set 1989S 1989S Prestige Set 1990S 1990S no S 1¢ 1990S Prestige Set 1990S Prestige Set.20 $6.00 $1.50 $7.60 N/A $3. but it certainly is a reasonable bet.15 $5.475. 1894.60 $6.00 $6.00 N/A $1.50 $26.15 $4.00 $410.550.00 $660. Physical demand for silver and gold are the driving forces behind recent market strength.40 $41.800.15 $8.00 $30.00 $30.00 $1.10 $9. 1893.400.00 $1.00 $39.40 N/A N/A N/A . 1895-S.00 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A $2.00 $210. Gold has held the mid-$1.50 $119.00 $4.30 N/A N/A N/A $4.00 $1.80 275k $26.00 $53.40 N/A $3.00 $31.50 $8.50 $285.35 $5. 1893-O.10 N/A $3.655 1972S 1973S 1974S 38 US Proof Sets Value US Mint Sets Value $7.50 $3.60 $32.70 $7.00 $34.50 $26.350.50 N/A $7.200 range while worldwide equity markets have lost $3 trillion in value (courtesy Bloomberg financial news). 1897-O.35 $16.30 N/A $2.00 $3. In effect it is a fear of deflation.00 N/A $3.60 $44. Values listed are average retail prices.00 $28.00 $21.00 $3.00 $55.00 $225. U.00 $38.50 N/A $5. Platinum is being influenced by increasing oil and gas supplies.50 $26.50 $33.00 $575. no S 1¢ 1991S 1991S Prestige Set 1992S 1992S Prestige Set 1992S Silver 1992S Silver premier 1993S 1993S Prestige Set 1993S Silver 1993S Silver premier US Proof Sets Value US Mint Sets Value $8.50 $24.00 $4.00 $28.450.00 N/A $46. I can guarantee that since I sold them.60 N/A $16.5 $57. 1903-S and 1904- S.com for daily pricing updates.520.00 $6.75 $9.00 $3.00 $1.00 $93.00 $5. There are several notable gains in key as well as the generic MS-65 issues. Visit NumisMaster.00 $1.10 $27. Silver dollars were in constant play with many dealers and collectors attempting to fill their want lists.50 N/A N/A N/A $6.650.30 $26.00 N/A $440. while silver has gained 5 percent.250.50 $3.10 18. especially with more retail activity than has been seen at recent major coin shows.30 N/A N/A N/A $4.00 N/A N/A N/A $3.10 $9.500.com Gold bullion and silver dollars set the pace There is a different tone to precious metals. Proof Sets and Mint Sets Date 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 6 coins 1942 5 coins 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 box 1955 flat pack 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 large date 1960 small date 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 Special Mint Set 1966 Special Mint Set 1967 Special Mint Set 1968S 1968S no mint mark dime 1969S 1970S large date 1970S small date 1970S no mint mark dime 1971S 1971S no mint mark nickel Est. I find the 1894 increase to be interesting because it was depressed because of a large hoard that was dispersed a few years back.85 N/A $4. 1896-O.10 Numismatic News EXPRESS / February 25. It is still worth much more than gold on a supply basis. Platinum is flat.110.30 $1.50 $4.

50 $26.50 $31. Oz $1. 2014 Actual Melt Value MARKET PRICE US 90% Dimes (pre 1965) $1.00 $7.264 $1.7 $8.25 $34.35 $6.00 $315.14 as of February 6.00 N/A N/A www.381.339 $689 $352 $146 $257 $1.50 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A $59.50 $46. U. American Art 1oz.24 $3.85 N/A N/A $6.00 $10.81 $24.05 14 Karat Scrap Gold per gram $22.47 Actual Melt Value MARKET PRICE $100 American Eagle 1 T Oz. $10 American Eagle 1/4 T Oz.50 N/A N/A N/A N/A $75.264 South Africa Krugerand 1/2 T Oz.PART B-1 GOLD BULLION MARKET VALUES Actual Melt Value American Bison 1 T Oz $50 American Eagle 1 T Oz.00 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A $26.22 $9.347 $157 $616 $138 $269 $1.00 $5.14 Sterling Pvt.523 Mexico 20 Peso $609 Mexico 10 Peso $305 Mexico 5 Peso $152 Mexico 2.88 $16. $632 South Africa Krugerand 1/4 T Oz. $5 American Eagle 1/10 T Oz. $138 Mapleleaf 1 T.50 $11.381 realizable value 75-95% AMV depending on quantity $1.588 $650 $335 $170 $90 $73 $154 $271 $189 $371 $327 $1.14 $22.271 $1.85 $120.40 N/A N/A N/A $3.00 $30.13 $7.365 $1.00 $11. 2014 39 .com / February 25.50 $18. Oz China Panda 1/2 T.20 US 90% Dollars (pre 1936) $15.85 $45.00 $225. 2014 MARKET PRICE $1.25 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A $28.5 $24. Oz $1.85 N/A N/A $9.50 $52. $126 Swiss 10 Franc $118 Swiss 20 Franc $236 10 Karat Scrap Gold per gram $16.75 $3.12 U.00 $49.2 $17.50 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A $28.50 N/A N/A $6. U.15 $132.14 Mexico Libertad $20.75 $7.00 $3.00 $77.75 $34.75 $3.263.264 $632 $316 $1.60 $122.7 $84.00 $33.358 $700 $359 $169 $1.00 $5. Proof Sets and Mint Sets Date 1994S 1994S 1994S 1994S 1995S 1995S 1995S 1995S 1996S 1996S 1996S 1996S 1997S 1997S 1997S 1997S 1998S 1998S 1998S 1999S 1999S 1999S 2000S 2000S 2000S 2001S 2001S 2001S 2002S 2002S 2002S 2003S 2003S 2003S 2004S 2004S 2004S 2004S 2005S 2005S 2005S Prestige Set Silver Silver premier Prestige Set Silver Silver premier Prestige Set Silver Silver premier Prestige Set Silver Silver premier Silver Silver premier 9 piece 5 quarter set Silver 10 piece 5 quarter set Silver 10 piece 5 quarter set Silver 10 piece 5 quarter set Silver 10 piece 5 quarter set Silver 11 piece 5 quarter set Silver 11 piece Silver 5 quarter set American Legacy 11 Piece 5 quarter set US Proof Sets Value US Mint Sets Value $3.381 Noble 1 T.00 as of February 6. $316 South Africa Krugerand 1/10 T Oz.00 $1.00 $100.50 $55.00 N/A N/A N/A $4.50 $4.50 $11.05 $6.00 $57.60 N/A N/A N/A $20.7 $55.0 $18. Oz China Panda 1/4 T.37 US 35% Wartime Nickels $1.5 Peso $76 Mexico 2 Peso $61 Netherlands East Indies 1 Ducat $140 Netherlands 10 Gulden $246 Russia 5 Roubles $157 Russia 10 Roubles/Chevronetz $314 South Africa Krugerand 2 Rand $297 South Africa Krugerand 1 T Oz.21 Canadian 80% Quarters (pre 1967) $3.50 $9.00 $47.25 $25.5 $6. Oz $63 Colombia 5 Peso $298 France 20 Franc rooster $236 Germany 10 Mark $146 Germany 20 Mark $291 Great Britian Soverign old (king) $297 Great Britian Soverign new (queen) $297 Hungary 100 Korona $1.2 $67.50 $39. $691 $25 American Eagle 1/4 T Oz.50 N/A N/A N/A N/A $34.30 N/A N/A N/A $3.7 $22. 2014 SPOT PRICE $1.50 $9.354 $682 $352 China Panda 1/10 T.75 $3.50 $29.39 $1.63 Sterling scrap per Troy Oz $17.60 US 90% Halves (pre 1965) $7.00 $4.521 $1.65 $37.00 $26.S.65 $4.50 $30.04 Canadian 80% Dollars (pre 1968) $12.numismaticnews.S.85 N/A N/A $6.50 as of February 6.264 $632 $316 $126 $236 $1.75 $2. $345 $10 American Eagle 1/10 T Oz.86 $27.75 N/A Date 2005S 2005S 2006S 2006S 2006S 2006S 2006S 2007S 2007S 2007S 2007S 2007S 2007S 2008S 2008S 2008S 2008S 2008S 2008S 2009S 2009S 2009S 2009S 2009S 2009S 2009S 2010S 2010S 2010S 2010S 2010S 2011S 2011S 2011S 2011S 2011S 2012S 2012S 2012S 2012S 2012S Silver 11 piece Silver 5 quarter set 10 pieces clad 5 quarter set Silver 10 piece Silver 5 quarter set American Legacy 5 quarter set Silver 5 quarter set 14 pieces clad Silver 14 piece Presidential $ set American Legacy 5 quarter set Silver 5 quarter set 14 pieces clad Silver 14 piece Presidential $ set American Legacy 6 quarter set Silver 6 quarter set 18 pieces clad Silver 18 piece Presidential $ set Lincoln Chronicle Lincoln 4 piece 6 quarter set Silver 5 quarter set 14 pieces clad Silver 14 piece Presidential $ set 6 quarter set Silver 5 quarter set 14 pieces clad Silver 14 piece Presidential $ set 6 quarter set Silver 5 quarter set 14 pieces clad Silver 8 piece Limited Edition Silver 14 piece US Proof Sets Value US Mint Sets Value $36.13 US Silver Eagle $20.35 N/A N/A $8.264 $632 $316 $126 $1.00 $18.S. $25 American Eagle 1/2 T Oz.02 Canadian 80% Halves (pre 1967) $6. Mint per Troy Oz $18. Austria 1 Ducat Austria 4 Ducat Austria 10 Corona Austria 20 Corona Austria 100 Corona Austria Philharmonic1T Oz Austria Philharmonic 1/2 T Oz Austria Philharmonic 1/4 T Oz Austria Philharmonic 1/10 T Oz Belgium 20 Franc Canada Mapleaf 1T Oz Canada Mapleaf 1/2 T Oz Canada Mapleaf 1/4 T Oz Canada Mapleaf 1/10 T Oz Canada $20 Canada $100 (1976 business strike) Canada $100 1977-1986 China Panda 1 T. Oz $1.508 SILVER BULLION MARKET VALUES SPOT PRICE $20.264 $632 $316 $126 $632 $316 $632 $1.30 $41.10 $12.222 Italy 20 Lire $236 Mexico 50 Peso $1.44 US 90% Quarters (pre 1965) $3. Oz PLATINUM BULLION MARKET VALUES SPOT PRICE $1.90 $23.00 $23.2 $81.25 $120.58 US 40% Halves (1965-70.5 $7.50 $27.85 18 Karat Scrap Gold per gram $29.80 N/A N/A N/A N/A $7. $1.00 $66. 1976) $2.14 $8.50 $10.22 $3.344 $689 $352 $145 $130 $259 $16.381 Koala 1 T.50 $45.264 $140 $560 $122 $244 $1.98 US 40% Dollars (1971-76) $6.00 $42.00 $34.39 $18.00 $26.264 $632 $305 $611 $1.00 $59.66 $30.00 $59.222 $1.62 realizable value 75-105% AMV depending on quantity $1.00 N/A N/A $9.50 $83.294 $663 $333 $657 $1.381 $50 American Eagle 1/2 T Oz.08 Canadian Silver Mapleleafs $20.348 $689 $352 $147 $704 $338 $672 $1. American Art 1/2 oz.60 N/A N/A $5. $1.00 $188.45 realizable value 85-98% AMV depending on quantity $149 $74 $318 $259 $164 $320 $336 $318 $1.22 $13.554 $801 $402 $173 $1.50 $30.25 $45.284 $259 $1.2 $24. Oz $126 China Panda 1/20 T.6 $29.00 $11.521 $1.25 $4.14 Canadian 80% Dimes (pre 1967) $1. US $5 commemorative 1986 to date US $10 commemorative 1984 Australia kangaroo/Nugget 1 T Oz.10 $4.04 $24.95 $24.

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1.00 135.00 210.0 $69.0 $535.1 1.150.0 $56.0 $9.5 550.1 39.00 865.0 $3.00 38.3 $415.00 390.00 205.0 $61.0 $90.550.850.0 Numismatic News EXPRESS / February 25.0 $49.0 $49.0 $63.850.6 35.0 $398.750.0 $510.0 $195.8 42.00 32.6 82.1 105.0 $2.0 $5.6 38.00 225.000.1 34.0 48.0 $85.00 4.00 235.1 32.00 40.3 $475.00 215.00 110.6 42.0 $59.450.00 42.1 235.2 57.6 250.0 $51.7 $93.1 38.0 $57.0 44.3 $375.00 35.5 $660.750.0 $48.0 $8.0 $53.0 $59.0 $95.750.6 100.5 $495.0 $510.00 525.0 $240.6 64.0 $50.1 225.0 — 58.950.6 34.1 940.0 $49.0 $66.0 $41.8 $7.500.0 $625.8 49.00 185.8 $4.500.0 $520.00 34.1 31.0 $400.2 42.500.1 55.0 $42.00 49.00 28.0 $2.00 28.550.1 65.750.2 $190.8 $185.00 39.2 $110.0 $125.8 $245.1 250.850.8 $220.00 290.00 37.0 $77.0 $49.6 28.0 $120.1 1.0 $400.000.0 $285.00 42.500.0 $42.5 — $425.50 900.0 365.0 $1.0 $1.0 35.000.0 $725.0 46.1 28.0 $700.1 35.00 130.0 $31.00 36.0 $4.0 $130.0 $1.5 28.00 260.350.3 $350.1 34.0 $380.0 $45.0 $46.6 42.6 210.1 245.0 $4.300.0 $305.0 $1.0 $750.325.5 .6 39.00 610.0 $4.1 175.1 95.1 34.8 $240.00 105.00 39.0 $42.550.0 $49.00 1.250.6 38.0 $60.7 Brought to you by NumisMaster.5 — $335.0 $1.3 46.5 $270.00 37.00 65.0 $275.5 $2.1 165.00 34.0 $44.6 195.0 $57.5 $415.8 $255.00 39.0 46.1 31.1 140.0 48.0 45.00 32.00 2.0 49.1 88.00 28.2 $125.1 50.3 43.6 65.00 38.00 950.0 $850.500.0 $1.1 28.1 125.1 35.0 $83.1 38.2 $200.1 47.8 44.00 480.0 $25.0 $4.3 $235.▲ Coin Market at a glance Morgan Dollars 1885O 1885S 1886 1886O 1886S 1887 1887/6 1887O 1887/6O 1887S 1888 1888O 1888-O Hot Lips 1888S 1889 1889CC 1889O 1889S 1890 1890CC 1890CC tail bar 1890O 1890S 1891 1891CC 1891-CC Spitting Eagle 1891O 1891S 1892 1892CC 1892O 1892S 1893 1893CC 1893O 1893S 1894 1894O 1894S 1895 proof only 1895O 1895S 1896 1896O 1896S 1897 1897O 1897S 1898 1898O 1898S 1899 1899O 1899S 1900 1900O 1900O/CC 1900S 1901 1901 doubled die reverse 1901O 1901S 1902 1902O 1902S 1903 1903O 1903S 1903-S Micro S 1904 1904O 1904S 1921 1921D 1921S 42 F12 28.0 $49.0 $5.0 $49.2 $145.6 45.3 $215.0 $500.50 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Byron Meyer. T: 100. A: Free. John Dembinski or Tom Noechel. 4275 Lake Worth Road.net. Jim Burns.atlcoin. A: Free. A: Free. Crowne Plaza. 48844. T: 45.. IA.. Elks Lodge. PO Box 407. PH: 818. PO Box 724. Joe.Mar 8 FL. Jewelry & Stamp Expos. F: $220$395. PH: 770. IL. IL. 01516. Circus Circus Hotel.. Quad City Coin Club Annual Spring Coin Show.com. Neil Fonger American Legion Post #179. Mar 2 MI.com. F: $35-$42.. Apr 6 IL. A: $3. Greenacres.9976496 or iibick@sbcglobal.com. A: Free.. Mar 14-15 MA. NW GA Trade & Convention Ctr. 50th Anniversary GA Numis. CA.net. 4635 Howe Rd.net. Mindenmines. Airport.. Bloomington.720-3355 or edabish@msn.214-4373 or info@whitmanexpo. PO Box 5823.482-9849 or convention@money. The Rendezvous. Owatonna. David Sorrick.. One W. Springfield. Warren Township High School .com. 1120 Greenleaf Rd. PH: 616. 500 N. PH: 612.com. PO Box 435. A: Free. Lake County Coin Club Show. Currency & Collectible Show. David Brody. F: $60. PH: 774. Whitinsville.620-7726 or homertrn@aol. Whitman Coin & Collectibles Expo.7269966..272-9198. 01510.399-9060 or westsuburbancoinshow. 20th Annual Manhattan Coin Show.731-9275 or meyerscoin@yahoo. Pratt St. Coin & Paper Money Show. PH: 620. Saint Mary’s Church. Knights of Columbus Hall. FMCC. T: 35. CINA Annual Autumn Coin Show. GA. Gary Hollister. Lori Kraft. F: $45. I-95 exit 15A. T: 60. Palatine. Tom. T: 10. Douglas. Mar 9 IL. Grant County 4-H Fairgrounds. 1550 Dundee Rd. Dave Sorrick. T: 30. Mar 23 IL. Cedar Rapids. 3415 N. F: $60. PH: 402. IA. Civic Center. Rosemont. 66505. 46624. 48154.. PH: 620. Larry Lee. T: 200.com. Muscatine.E. 2880 Las Vegas Blvd.org.528-7634.net. Marion. Holiday Inn. Dedham. Howell. 2661 Civic Center Dr. Greater Chicago Coin. A: Free. Stamp & Collectible Show.. PH: 321. Marietta. T: 30. MICHIGAN Mar 1 MI. PH: 810397-2700 or jgsglove@comcast. 3rd Sunday N. F: $35. Apr 4-6 NV. Brooklyn Center. T: 45. Israel I. Baltimore. PH: 574. wi. Flushing. Coin Show. Baltimore Pikesville Monthly Stamp & Coin Show. 91 Providence Rd. PH: 815. 925 W. West. In God We Trust LLC. Livingston County Coin Club Fall Show.. T: 20. Roseville. Millstream Community Center. T: 35.net. PO Box 2277.. Muscatine.721-7364 or PH: 402. A: Free. Coin Show. Inn at Grand Glaize. Dawn. Coin & Currency Show. 50th Year Anniversary Bay State Coin Show.S. SP: Coin Club of Pasco County.355-9436. 34 North & Phanlax Rd.. PH: 734. West Suburban Coin & Collectibles Show. Coin Show. Mar 8 FL. A: Free.net. A: Free. 5440 N.O. Comfort Stes. F: $50. Northfield Center I. A: Free. Mar 16 IL. F: $30. Las Vegas. PH: 443. 8018 River Rd. Wednesday Night Coin Show. 111 Concord Exchange S. T: 40. 1st Sunday Coin Show. Springfield. 3210 Northfield Dr. IL. A: $1. Apt. A: Free. Annual Bay State Coin Show. Best Western Royal Plaza. Annapolis. Mar 8 MI. PH: 563. Savage. PH: 561. Robert Sebenick Jr. SW. Livonia. 3101 Clairmont Road.com.. First St. PO Box 92.I. 4th Sunday of the Month Show. Mar 16 IA. Baltimore. T: 40. Crystal Lake. PO Box 682. 6200 Joliet Rd. Vine St. NEBRASKA Mar 15 NE.751-3647 or alysha21@att. SP: In God We Trust LLC. MISSOURI Mar 21-23 MO. FL. Coin & Currency Show. PH: 800. J. Bob Johnson. Harry Tong. A: Free. Marlborough. 64769. Operating Engineers Local 150 Union Hall. Wm.599-9546 or jreevesandcompany@hotmail.623-7025 or ceocoins@comcast. IN. 52406. MN. Fort Myers. Osage Beach. 16652. The New Lakes Regency Park.479-0350 or noisecoinshowillinois@ gmail. Carl Earl Ostiguy. Flint. Jay. 89193. Bob O’Brien. T: 37. A: Free. Schwappach. State Highway 18 East.com. River Rd. James Lowery. Holiday Inn Express.297-8592 or jcflcoins@ comcast. Coin. PH: 781. A: Free. Chip Cutcliff *.com. Huntingdon. 801 33rd Ave. N.729-9677 or ejaleo@yahoo. T: 60.com. Monthly Coin & Bullion Show. F: $45-$50.. Myers. Atlanta. Mar 14-16 MI. Port City Annual Coin Club Show. 126 E.com. 1900 Park Meadows Dr.390-1937 or jameslowery59@yahoo. Coin & Stamp Show. 2211 Dug Gap Battle Rd.458-6107 or hartley@wamego. 181 Boston Post Rd.670-3469 or paiczj@ aol. T: 50. 33466. Ray Lockwood. Jimmy Cirronella. T: 30. Greater Atlanta Coin Show. Lake Worth. Manhattan. John Brixey *. 7650 Hardaway Dr. PH: 217. 48433. PH: 404. KS. A: Free. 33906.com. Stephen Friedman. Holiday Inn. Hinsdale.bordertownauctionhouse. Eau Gallie Civic Ctr. 2411 W Sahara Ave.502-7711 or John. A: Free. Crystal Lake. T: 300.978-3459.. James Reeves. A: Free. Ma. A: Free. T: 40.. Skating Center. MI. Joe LeBlanc.423-6600 or daves@pixius. PO Box 93. East Lansing. Chris Hartley. 860 Irving Pk. Mar 2 MI. Mar 23 MI.9648180 or swicer@comcast.net. Melbourne. T: 25. PO Box 193.404-3686 or jlkukurka@yahoo.. FL.. Grand River.com or www. MI. Tony Swicer. 60039. Ed Bishop. Mar 21-23 MO. PH: 719. POB 95517. PH: 651. Flying Eagle Coin Club Spring Show.com. F: $60. Mar 22 IN. 5142 Osage Beach Pkwy. 46952. PH: 314. Mar 6-9 IL. Lincoln.W. F: $75.com. 20763. 1712 S. Mindenmines. PO Box 854. PH: 517281-7204.729-9677 or ejaleo@yahoo.net. Recreation Center. T: 150. T: 30. Adoba Hotel & Conference Center. MARYLAND Mar 9 MD. 2702 Mid Ameica Dr. PH: 309. 55 S. Van Nuys. Jerry Kukurka. A. A: $6. Mar 14-15 MA.276-1162 or amerishow@ gmail. New Port Richey. Mar 15 MD. Tinley Park Convention Center.com. Halls B-C-D. F: $40. F: $40-$50.639-0190 or chascoins06@yahoo. CK Shows. Mar 8 MN.com. Mar 16 GA.573-6652 or drparr@mchsi. 3127 Lucas St. MO. 530 Richards Dr. A: Free. 500 Powder Springs Street. Mar 14-16 MN.com. 20th Annual Chicago Paper Money Expo. PH: 507. Assoc. Lansing Coin Club Annual Spring Show. fl. Las Vegas. Gurnee. Mar 2 IL. ILLINOIS Feb 27-Mar 1 IL.. Edward Aleo. S. 5142 Osage Beach Parkway. A: $3. F: $45. T: 63. 50th Annual Coin Club Show. PH: 888. T: 80. SP: Marion Coin Club. Macoupin. MI State Univ. KANSAS Mar 16 KS. NEW JERSEY Mar 8 NJ.479-0350 or noisecoinshowillinois@gmail. Alysha Wilson. Show. O’Plaine Road. PH: 402. PH: 319.. A: Free. Linden Rd. 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South Wing. Buffalo Numismatic Assoc. Double Tree Hotel. Rawsonville. Mark Schiffer. Oneonta. Dayton.com. Bryan Jones. Comfort Inn. A: Free. State Fairgrounds-Holshouser Bldg. Holiday Inn. 49th Annual Spring Show. Trevose. Marietta. F: $75. 4407 Powell St. Annual Spring Coin. George Schulteis.288-7787. Fairgrounds. F: $60. A: Free. PO Box 1483. Strasburg. PH: 570. 10 W. A: Free. 2735 Union Rd. Tyler. Curwensville. 51 Hannafords Sq. 2014 309 Expwy. net... ar. 11 Stadium Drive. 813 W. Bennington. West Chester. A: Free. T: 36. Hal Folckemer. Onondaga Numismatic Association Coin & Currency Show. PH: 919.com or pascalbrock@gmail. A: Free. Elks Lodge #2162. Mar 2 PA. 421 Hudson St. PH: 901. 26101.432-6686 or gbeams@stny. A: Free. Lugoff.. CDCDA Coin & Hobby Show. 37871. T: 30. A: $1. A: Free. Joseph’s Hall. PO Box 12052. 71837. PH: 718. Owego.. NY. across from Autzen Stadium.848-3440 or les.rr. Barry. OH. Mar 2 PA. Allen Brock.. Texarkana Coin Show. Numismatic News EXPRESS / February 25. T: 40.. A: Free.1@ juno. WAITING FOR RETURN CALL WITH INFO. Currency & Token Show. Apr 26 PA.2439123 or camdencoinclub@gmail. NJ. Bell County Coin & Collectible Show. Pascal Brock. 49th Anniversary West Chester Coin Show. PO Box 132705. Mar 9 NY.. Marriott Courtyard Hotel. A: Free. Barry. 13503.656-3265 or notgeld@aol. F: $150. 2162 Veterans Blvd.2542471. Stamp & Collectibles Show. F: $80. WASHINGTON Mar 1 WA. Ogden.). Five State Coin & Currency Super Show @ Tyler.983-2449. 2308 Mt. Hot Springs. Matt Sulikowski. Lake . F: $45. T: 100. Lester A. John Begovatz. 12116.. Monte. Fouke. T: 50. 585 Rte. 110 (Broadhollow Rd. David Nichols. Token & Collectables Show. Parkersburg. RACE Rochester Area Coin Expo. 78708. George Schulteis.335-6172. PH: 803. Tony Janke. T: 25. PH: 540. 700 Pike St. Walt. Mar 2 NY. 16866. OHIO Mar 2 OH. PO Box 2081. Lodge No. Chattanooga.com. Massapequa Park. 19962. Hillsborough St. PH: 302. PH: 919.. T: 90.. 111 W. F: $100. T: 34. A: Free. 585 Rte. Mar 16 OH. 32. Saint Clements Hall. & Ferris Rd. 18704.7908544. A: Free. Purdue. Busovicki. 701 N Marine Blvd. A: Free. DE. A: Free. Rochester. NC. UTAH Apr 10-12 UT. Mar 23 VT. PH: 605. TEXAS Feb 28-Mar 1 TX. PH: 614785-9967 or drich@columbus. UT. Burlington. PO Box 253. A: Free.net. S&T Bank Arena. Mike Capawan. West Chester. 38111. WAITING FOR RETURN CALL WITH INFO. Staten Island Coin & Currency Show. Al Hancovsky. Columbus Coin Show 3rd Sunday Every Month. A: Free. PO Box 835.. Mar 8-9 OH. A: $2. Candor. Nick. 15728... Mar 8 NY. 53rd Annual Coin Club Show. Apr 13 NY. Cards & Collectibles Show. Camden. 22657. Beams. 13088. Jim Coulthord. Memphis.. Magnolia. F: $50. 48 Mar 15-16 NC. Toledo. Terry West. NORTH CAROLINA Mar 8-9 NC. T: 56.com. 700. 209 Mall Blvd. PH: 440. PH: 937294-0601. Nunda. Community Center. 3030 Tremainsville Rd. Mar 16 OH. Fire House. American Legion Hall. White.com. 1204 Berryville Ave. World Money Show.com. F: 1-$40. Tri-State Coin & Stamp Show. PH: 516.com.). 510 Walcott St. Utica..P. Coin Show. A: Free. A: Free. 73701.608-5816. SpringfieldEugene Coin. Clifford Cooper. T: 15. $. A: Free. Mayborn Civic Center. 14086. Monroeville Convention Ctr.. 225 Washington Ave. Coin. VIRGINIA Mar 15 VA. 21157. Catapano Engineering Hall. F: $80-$135. 8807 Kingston Pike. 816 W Dekalb St. Stamp & Collectibles Show. Pittston. F: $50. Mar 16 NJ.557-7096. PENNSYLVANIA Feb 8-9 PA. T: 42. 110 (Broadhollow Rd. 10am-5pm. Apr 27 NY.net. 15907.E.com.M. Old Bridge First Aid & Rescue Squad Bldg. 5462 Center St. F: $125. Austin.752-6300 or tylercoinshow@suddenlink.. Mar 16 NY.937-0332 or johnbach@comcast.908-3097 or broadwaycoins@ verizon. A: $1. F: $35. PO Box 340123. 585 Rte. T: 20. A: Free.. Ext. 2-$75. Texarkana Convention Center. PH: 903. Frank McFerrin. PH: 516. Sun.769-7183. Indiana. 1880 State Highway 315. C. 169 Wildwood Ln. Buffalo-Cheektowaga. 43234. Winchester. 136 John St. PH: 315. Carolina Coin & Stamp Show. T: 18.A. PO Box 145. Kingston. Mar 9 NY.. Days Hotel & Conference Center. Invitational Spring Coin Show. F: $50. Johnstown. 1100 State Rd.. F: $45. Gayle Pike. Maryland.com. A: Free. Fort Washington.50 adults. Burlington Coin & Stamp Show. PH: 315. Dixie Coin & Stamps. 652 Old Liverpool Rd. 12302. Blue Ribbon Coin & Stamp Show. & Blue Ridge Rd. NY. Hot Springs Senior Center.. Original Coin & Currency Show. NY. Springfield-Eugene. Dayton. Barry Ciociola. A: Free. NY. T: 40. Central PA Coin Club Spring Show.net. F: $125. T: 40. A: Free. T: 45. 1675 Woodman Dr. 585 Rte. Scranton Coin Club Annual Coin Show. TN. 29 S. A: Free. 1651 N. Mar 23 PA. Deerfield Volunteer Firehouse. Mar 23 NY. Super Mega Pawn.8244167 or foukedad@ aol. PA. Maine. Barry Carter *. PH: 919. T: 45. A: Free. PO Box 164.).557-7096. 3rd St.com. Coin. Scotia. 4900 Street Rd. PH: 610. Camp Jordan Arena. Dot Hendrick. John F. Mar 8 TX. NY. Burlington.. T: 12. T: 40. F: $225. PH: 802. Tony Zito. 5476 Trenton Road. 6514 Hwy.327-1703 or pikegk@aol. Jeremy Mayer. Mar 9 NJ.. PH: 973.557-7096.. John Cotleur. 151 Signs Rd. Kathy or John Paul Sarosi *. Texarkana. A: Free. Staten Island. T: 40. Ronald Denman. A: Free. SP: Parkersburg Coin Club. West Layton. F: $70. 200 Marlboro Rd. Currency & Stamp Show. PA. John Bachman.740-4604. Mar 16 NY. 29078. PH: 903. 1232 Main Ave. Davis Conference Center. PH: 814. nc. 08022. net. NY. PH: 716.Shows/from Page 47 or cardfather@optonline.. Enid. Scranton Coin Club Annual Coin Show. Oblates of St. F: $70. 498 Coleman Hill Rd. NY. OKLAHOMA Feb 28-Mar 2 OK.50 under 12. PA.660-8692 or rcb03@bellsouth. PH: 503. Camden Recreation Department. A: Free.478-5709 or cccoins@att.com. Main St. Elks Club. Coin Club Show. Stacy Silvers. PH: 304.net. Monroeville. PH: 732.659-3949 or denicholsdavenichols@yahoo. 497 East Pike Road. Annual Mohawk Valley Coin Club Show. SH: Sat.rr.329-3598 or keshequacoins@frontiernet.422-4375. Coin. 4722 S. 1305 Buckley Rd.. T: 20. 24th Annual Coins. Spring Coin Show. PO Box 9088. 7430 276th NW. T: 25. OH. NEW YORK Mar 1 NY. T: 23.864-7473. Tri Town Monthly Shows. T: 30. 2-$65. VA. SH: 9am4pm. Mar 22-23 NC. George W. F: $55.. I-75 exit 1. PO Box 71646. George Schulteis. Super Mega Pawn Monthly Show. Mar 21-23 PA. Kettering Coin Club Show. Pavilion Bldg. PH: 801. Catapano Engineering Hall. Mar 16 OH. Mar 8 PA. Potomac St.. Melville.372-3611 or rpugh2@nycap. Columbus Hall. Ron. A: $3. PO Box 103. MD. Hampton Inn. Joseph Fuller. Mike Diedrick.535-5766. Catapano Engineering Hall.581-0991 or mullerralph@ gmail. 1111 Jefferson Rd. Mar 16 NJ. F: $80. 35500 Lakeland Blvd. Hampton Inn. Tyler. Liverpool. Rothchild Center. 5295 Broadway.. 14517. T: 25.679-0998. Mar 8 TN. Jun 13-14 TX. Syracuse.753-3467 or Bob. T: 40.288-7787. Waynesboro. F: $70.U. PH: 516. Burlington Township. Joseph’s Hall. Knoxville. 110 (Broadhollow Rd. Cleveland. Coin Show. Currency & Collectibles Show. PO Box 818. Makoy Center. 7. 18704. 136 John St. The Lone Star Event Center. Dan Rich. PH: 580. Stamp & Collectibles Show. PH: 607. Masonic Hall. Catapano Engineering Hall. 19381. POB 465. Clifton. 84108.5530860 or masscoinshow@yahoo. 4610 Cowhorn Creek Rd.. Oblates of St. PH: 609. Temple. Ronald Denman. Monthly Bourse. OK. PO Box 80975. Treadway Inn.557-7096. Clymer. PH: 607.. F: $150. Pittston. MLK Blvd.566-6369 or PH: 732. Albany.7977875. F: 1-$40. Columbus. 1880 State Highway 315. A: Free. PH: 518. SC.com. Universal Coin. PO Box 44. Utica. T: 20. VT. 4036 FM 2767. F: $70.291-5670..852-7678. Columbus. A: Free. Mar 2 OH. S Chicago St. PA. Camden Coin Club’s Spring Coin Show. PH: 315. Family $5. A: Free. Mark Caiello.). Hall Local 755. 3141 Wilson Dr. Coin. 22001 Brook Park Rd & West 220 St. PH: 919.. PO Box 56.com. Salt Lake City. Stamp & Collectibles Show. Dixie Dr. Mar 23 PA. T: 27.. David L Barrette. F: $35-$65.918-7740. PH: 570. pa. Tim Miller. SOUTH CAROLINA Mar 22 SC. Holly Rd. 05155. pa. Coin. F: $40. PH: 724. Hillside Swim Club. 3303 N.net. 9am-4pm. A: $2. 11762. Exit 339 of PA Tpke. Philipsburg. Stamp & Postcard Show. Lancaster. Stanwood. PH: 585. 943 S High St. SOUTH DAKOTA Mar 1 SD. PH: 410. 42nd Annual Northern UT Coin Show. Tennessee State Annual Spring Coin Show. John Eckman. Mar 9 NY. PH: 610.677-1044. Ralph Muller..rr. PH: 814762-6751 or hcoins7@comcast. Kingston. 45439. TX. Massapequa. T: 70. Mar 16 PA. T: 50. A: Free.. Robert Bruner. I.461-9379 or Gary Alletzhauser. T: 53. A: Free. Senior Center. 17-C. 27605.. UT. 3-$80. 56th Annual Spring Coin Club Show. PH: 631. OREGON Mar 22-23 OR. Box 11705.. 86 Chestnut St. TENNESSEE Mar 7-9 TN.white. Raleigh. Melville. A: Free. SP: Keshequa Coins.828-9450. VERMONT Mar 22-23 VT.399-1717. F: $45. F: $70. Garfield Cty. 27722. Burlington. F: $250. Econo Lodge Convention Hall. Recreation Ctr. Polish Community Center . F: $50. T: 20. PH: 419. PH: 516. Eastlake. Mar 1 NY. Enid. 110 (Broadhollow Rd. Raleigh. Ramada Inn. PH: 865. George Schulteis.net. Mar 22-23 VT. 4th Sunday Monthly Coin. 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