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October 31, 2017:
 
•  Let’s Take a Trip to Hawaii (To See Its Coinage)
 
•  The 225th Anniversary American Silver Liberty Medal Set
 
•  A Story of Rarity and Value
 
•  Given the option of two coins for the same price, would you rather spend your money on a rarer variety in lesser condition, or a more common variety in better condition?
 
 
 
Let’s Take a Trip to Hawaii (To See Its Coinage)
Ron Guth

Ron Guth takes us on a journey to the Island State of Hawaii. Join us as we enjoy this personal tour of Hawaii’s impressive and historic coinage.

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The 225th Anniversary American Silver Liberty Medal Set
Nichole Schembre

Nichole tells us about the beautiful 225th Anniversary American Silver Liberty Medal 4-Coin Set. This is the U.S. Mints’ celebration of its own birthday back in 1792. And the coins are beautiful!

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A Story of Rarity and Value
Mike Sherman

Mike Sherman explores the two sides of the collectibles equation. Sellers sometimes focus on supply, while sellers often wonder about real demand.

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Bruce Morelan 1802/1 MS64 B-2 BB-233 Wide Date

Bruce Morelan discusses the 1802/1 MS64 B-2 BB-233 Wide Date.

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Given the option of two coins for the same price, would you rather spend your money on a rarer variety in lesser condition, or a more common variety in better condition?
  • Rarity is king for me. I love having something nobody else has!
  • Condition is more important. I’d rather have the finest known than the only known.
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