2016 Introduction of Bullion Coins to Celebrate a Centennial of Artistry

2016 Introduction of Bullion Coins to Celebrate a Centennial of Artistry

By: Sarah Miller | One hundred years ago, 1916 was a banner year for numismatics. After Charles Barber’s eponymous designs had graced the Barber Quarter, Barber Dime, and Barber Half Dollar from 1892 to 1915, each of these three denominations received distinct facelifts the following year with new, fresh designs. This was a break from […]

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Minting Mistakes: Error Coins and Their Collectability

By: Sarah Miller A basic understanding of coin collecting reveals that condition, date, and scarcity are all key components of what makes a coin collectible. One area of collecting, however, focuses on mistakes made by the mint, or “error coins.” Even if a coin is an otherwise common year, it may be a valuable piece […]

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Malachite: The Mirror of the Soul

By: Brittany Nalley Naturally, Malachite immediately caught my eye because its beautiful green color, which so happens to be my favorite color. Growing up my brother and I were the outdoorsy children. We would always love going outside and have little scavenger hunts for rocks and shells. We always loved finding neat stones with bright […]

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Join Us For Photography Bootcamps!

Back by popular demand! Join us for a full day collecting photography ‘bootcamp’ … perfect for the nascent to the more seasoned collector or the photographer looking to learn the dynamics of the marketplace. Buying photography will never again be a mystery! The morning session includes practical tips on where and how to collect photography […]

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Mark Feld’s Coin Collecting Tips

By Mark Feld After collecting coins off and on for years as a child, I have been involved in numismatics on a full time basis, since 1979. During that time, I have run my own coin dealership, worked for Heritage on two different occasions, been a buyer for David Hall, worked for Pinnacle Rarities and […]

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Raising Interested People – Part 3, Tangible History
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