It’s time to catch up on the week that was in numismatic insights and news.
Coin World is looking back at its five most-read stories of the week.
Click the links to read the stories. Here they are, in reverse order:
5. Professional Numismatists Guild issues warning
against counterfeits: The coin collecting community is well
aware that counterfeit bullion and numismatic coins are offered for
sale online and to dealers over the counter by sellers, but the
broader public is less aware of the continuing problem.
4. Visually intriguing double-denomination error almost
surreal: Errors rarely get more impressive than a 1979-P Anthony
dollar struck on a 1978 Washington quarter dollar that was sold during
Heritage's Central States Numismatic Society convention auctions the
last week of April.
3. Massive hoard of ancient Roman coins discovered in
Spain: Coin World Buzz: A Spanish construction crew that was
installing electricity in a park in Tomares — a town in the province
of Seville — made an incredible discovery recently.
2. 2016-W Standing Liberty gold quarter dollar makes
CSNS stop: Collectors attending the CSNS Convention had the
opportunity to preview an example of the 2016-W Standing Liberty gold
quarter dollar at the U.S. Mint booth on the show bourse.
1. Check it out: Gold Standing Liberty quarter at CSNS
convention: Steve Roach was at the CSNS show and was able to catch
a glimpse of that gold Standing Liberty quarter dollar that was on display.
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