The new edition of "Mega Red: The Guide Book of United States Coins" focuses on dimes and is enhanced with 294 pages covering 845 varieties of U.S. dimes.
One of two gold medals of its type struck in celebration of the centennial of the 1804 Louisiana Purchase highlights Stephen Album Rare Coins’ May 17 to 19 auction in Santa Rosa, California.
The 2018 Silver Proof set goes on sale April 24, and for many collectors, placing an order for one of the sets will be a familiar ritual, one performed every year.
The fourth surviving 1854-S Coronet $5 half eagle, which the owner had believed might be counterfeit, is now labeled by NGC as EF-45 and the “discovery of a lifetime.”
World War I propaganda included coins and medals with wartime messages. Also in this issue, we take a look at a notes featuring scenes from American history.
A MS-66+ red 1914-D Lincoln cent and an MS-67 1916 Standing Liberty quarter dollar are two key dates of the early 20th century. Each is offered in an upcoming Legend auction.
An 1854-S Coronet $5 gold half eagle that the owner believed might be counterfeit is genuine, authenticated by Numismatic Guaranty Corp., and only the fourth known specimen.
This 1858 Seated Liberty half dime graded MS-68 has both an NGC star and a green CAC sticker, attesting to its tremendous appeal.