It has been a few weeks since my last musings. Much has happened since, including the recently concluded Long Beach Expo. The coin market overall has seemed to turn a corner, and there is seemingly more activity at shows, and at auctions when a fresh, major collection is offered. Retail traffic at the Long Beach […]
With less than two weeks until our Regency Auction XVII in New Orleans, Laura, Julie and I sat down to discuss the current state of the market. We are in agreement that right now, the market for rare coins has continued to see a slow recovery from the recent downturn. We are not saying the […]
Central States turned out to be a great show for our sister company, Legend Numismatics, their sales exceeded all expectations. We were busy from set up on Wednesday to the time Brinks came on Saturday, with people interested in viewing auction lots. All told we had approximately 50 people view coins, between looking at single […]
Musings of the current auction market by Greg Cohen, Senior Numismatist, LRCA with input from Laura Sperber and Julie Abrams.
Welcome to the Market Report. Thanks to some obscure holiday in DC, folks across the nation have had an extra few days to file their income taxes. With that unpleasantness now passed, we hope that we will see a continuation of the coin market strengthening as we approach our May 19 auction in New Orleans. […]
Morgan Madness! The prices of toned silver dollars continue to increase despite a seemingly endless supply of colorful coins
by Eric Brothers Reproduced courtesy of The Numismatist, official publication of the American Numismatic Association (www.money.org).