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November 14, 2017:
 
•  A Look at an Early Numismatic Auction
 
•  National Commemorative Medals of the United States Mint
 
•  One of Two Known Coins in 1786 New Jersey Copper Variety Sells for $105,655.55
 
•  If you could go back to 100 years ago, which numismatic treasure would you choose for $10 (about $150 in today’s money)?
 
 
 
A Look at an Early Numismatic Auction
Mike Sherman

A wonderful look into a British numismatic auction catalog from 1786. Primarily Ancient coins and British coins with Auction Prices Realized written in.

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National Commemorative Medals of the United States Mint
BJ Searls

National Commemorative Medals make for a fun, different, and beautiful PCGS Registry Set. BJ explores some of the many collectible exonumismatic pieces.

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One of Two Known Coins in 1786 New Jersey Copper Variety Sells for $105,655.55
Jaime Hernandez

While Mike’s auction catalog was being used in Great Britain, this New Jersey Copper was being made in the nascent United States.

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Legend Auctions announces the following coins showcasing their December 14th sale: The York Collection, Bubba Bells Collection, JBR Collection of CC Dollars and more!

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PCGS November/December 2017 Rare Coin Market Report is Out

The November/December 2017 PCGS Rare Coin Market Report is out. It includes stories about the finest 1893-S Morgan Dollar, reviews coins that have added a zero to auction records, interesting overstrikes, and features Dr. Brown's Proof Registry Set.

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PCGS Survey
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If you could go back to 100 years ago, which numismatic treasure would you choose for $10 (about $150 in today’s money)?
  • A common date Proof Morgan Dollar
  • A 1793 Wreath Cent in Very Fine+ condition
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