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Nothing makes a dealer happier then reading a review from a client... here is a post that was on the PCGS message boards recently!
"So I went back to the show this morning and I walked away today with a new coin.
The launch dates for the newly-redesigned American Eagle Silver and Gold Coins are as follows:
American Eagle SILVER PROOF COIN – W (21EAN), originally scheduled to go on sale 7/1, will now go on sale 7/20
American Eagle GOLD PROOF 1 OZ (21EBN), GOLD PROOF 1/2 OZ (21ECN),
GOLD PROOF 1/4 OZ. (21EDN), GOLD PROOF 1/10 OZ. (21EEN), and GOLD
PROOF 4-COIN SET (21EFN), originally scheduled to go on sale 7/8, will now go on sale 7/29
American Eagle GOLD PROOF 1/10 OZ 2-COIN SET (NUMBERED COA) (21XK), originally scheduled to go on sale 7/29 will now go on sale 8/5
American Eagle SILVER PROOF COIN – S (21EMN), on sale date was moved up from 8/16 to 8/12
The pre-order windows ...
Long time professional coin dealer Richard Nachbar, whom was just recognized by Coin World as one of numismatic top influencers, passed away April 27th at the age of 66 after a short illness.
Our best wishes to Richards wife Linda and the rest of the Nachbar family as they remain in our thoughts at this time.
Monday morning and as I write this post, I want to comment that Gold (both bullion and better date coins) is disappearing.... Seems like people are moving their money into hard assets.
This is creating a huge supply vs demand shortage... we have seen the price of gold rise in the past few weeks, but more important we have seen the incredible rise in the added premium. Gold is in short supply...
To prove the point we posted over the weekend a group of proof gold coins which was sold over a dealer to dealer network within 12 seconds...and at a small local show with about 30 dealers... less than 10% had any gold coins to offer. This is an amazing sight to see.
The takeaway is that you will certainly have...
Making Coins Look Like A Bargain…
Banksy's take on a Claude Monet masterpiece has sold for £7.6 million ($9.8 million) following a nine-minute bidding battle, at a recent art auction.
In "Show me the Monet," famed street artist Banksy reimagines Monet's "Bridge over a Pond of Water Lilies" as a modern-day scene.
Show Me The Monet was created in 2005 and adds abandoned shopping trolleys and a traffic cone to the famous garden scene.
The painting is the second most expensive Banksy sold at auction, after the reclusive artist’s Devolved Parliament sold for £9.9m last year.
The WCCC will be holding a outside coin club meeting at the Cooper House in White Plains this evening at 7pm... after months of Zoom meetings... I think we are all looking forward to a get together.
If you do not feel comfortable meeting in person, you still can join us online via Zoom....
On December 21, 1891, a young physical education instructor named Dr. James Naismith introduced the game of basketball to his class at Springfield College, formally the YMCA International Training School in Springfield, Massachusetts. Three years later, the game was being played in more than a dozen nations.
Founded in 1959 in the city where basketball was born, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is dedicated to honoring and celebrating the game and its creator. The “Hall” is recognized globally as the premier institution entrusted with recording and disseminating the history of the game of basketball, and recognizing and honoring the achievements of its greatest players, coaches, and contributors.
Scarsdale NY PRESS RELEASE March 3, 2020
Scarsdale Coin today announced the purchase of a large number of wonderful Gold Coins certified by PCGS and Pedigreed to the Rive d'Or Collection. Considered to be The World's Greatest Gold Hoard, and the largest hoard of U.S. vintage gold coins ever discovered, housed in older holders these are wonderful coins that have been off the market for the past ten years. Edmund C Moy former director of the United States Mint said it best about this collection of coins "Nobody knew about them, and all of a sudden there found so that brings a certain amount of excitement"
These coins will not be sold online but to be fair to reach as many collectors as possible ......
A quick Friday post....It's been a wild ride on Wall Street this week -- all downhill. Stocks entered correction territory Thursday and are on track for the worst week since the 2008 financial crisis.
Our thoughts are that this stock market is like a balloon looking for a pin to POP. Is the coronavirus the pin?
Now you may also be wondering why the metals have been sliding down... seems strange... but as flippers looked for somewhere to move money to they took futures on the metals... however metals are not a quick rising profit taking venue... hence extreme pressure is now having a turn with metal prices...
Meanwhile perhaps the best investment for the long haul... good quality solid low mintage certifed coins... til next time!&...
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