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German rarities top auction (Wed, 28 Jun 2017)
The rarest gold coin type of the German Empire headlined results of two auctions conducted May 16 and 17 by Heidelberger Münzhandlung in Germany. Bringing a hammer price of 116,000 euros was a 20 marks dated 1872 of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Ernst … Continue reading → The post German rarities top auction appeared first on Numismatic News.
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When boring is what you want out of gold (Wed, 28 Jun 2017)
Gold’s price fluctuates as everybody knows. But alternative currencies have price movements that could put someone on the ledge of a tall building. Imagine having an asset that declines from $319 to 10 cents. That apparently happened with Ethereum last … Continue reading → The post When boring is what you want out of gold appeared first on Numismatic News.
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Union Station linked to FBI history (Wed, 28 Jun 2017)
Gangster history from the 1930s is one of those areas that interests me, as I’m sure it does many others. Lately, I’ve been reading Public Enemies by Bryan Burrough. It details the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s 1933-1936 “War on Crime.” … Continue reading → The post Union Station linked to FBI history appeared first on Numismatic News.
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1898-S Barber quarter tough in top grades (Tue, 27 Jun 2017)
Finding a coin everyone has overlooked is fun. It does not happen often, because coin prices tend to be a very accurate reflection of the availability of most issues. When you factor in demand to explain the few cases where … Continue reading → The post 1898-S Barber quarter tough in top grades appeared first on Numismatic News.
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