1. CSNS recap
Here's what happened at the Central States Numismatic Society show
over the weekend in Schaumburg, Ill.:
2. Editorial changes
Coin World editor-in-chief Steve Roach is stepping into an
editor-at-large position, with senior editor William T. Gibbs
appointed to the new position of managing editor. Both changes are
effective May 1.
Read more about the changes.
3. Langbord case
Roach: "The story of the 1933 double eagles continues to be written, although currently the
authors are judges and attorneys as the case weaves its way through
the U.S. court system."
4. Imagine that
"It makes no sense that this very common Series 1969 $1 Federal
Reserve note with multiple folds and tears would bear an estimated
selling price of 3,500 Swiss francs ($3,640 in U.S. funds), until one looks at its back."
5. Precious metals pricing
Kitco.com listed the following prices per ounce as
of 10:04 a.m. Monday:
6. Yesterday's most-viewed post
Big ruling in Langbord 1933 double eagle case,
1884-CC Morgan dollar in GSA holder graded: Week's Most Read
7. Something social
Wow! Incredible Ultra High Relief MCMVII Double Eagle! Finest known of America's most beautiful coin, featured in our May Rarities sale. Online now.Posted by Stack's Bowers on Thursday, April 23, 2015