Posted by: Jason Smith on July 23, 2015
Although we primarily deal in certified rare coins, we are often asked our opinion on gold and silver. It's a perfectly logical question as collectors of rare coins typically follow bullion prices to assess market interest and to identify good buy and sell levels. Many collectors take comfort in owning at least a portion of their portfolio in gold & silver. Recent trends seem to suggest that now may be a great opportunity to add to your holdings.
Posted by: John Feigenbaum on June 1, 2015
The first of six installments of the famous D. Brent Pogue Collection has now crossed the block at Sotheby's, courtesy of Stack's-Bowers Galleries. The Pogue Collection is one of the most exciting assemblages of United States coins to ever be offered at public auction. Certainly, it is the best since the famous Eliasberg Collection was broken up (in the 1970's-1990's). We were lucky to obtain two great coins at this sale. Read on...
Posted by: John Feigenbaum on April 30, 2015
There are a lot of pitfalls in buying rare coins, but one thing you don't have to fall short on is verifying the certification # on your slabs. PCGS, NGC and CAC all offer a form to validate the certification # on a slab matches the coin in their database.
It's not an end-all as someone could still replicate slab inserts with the same coin date and grade, but this is one more step.
You'll also get some additional information here including pricing, population data and more, so it's a good idea to bookmark these links and check your certs!
Posted by: John Feigenbaum on April 19, 2015
It's no secret that Washington quarters are one of of my all-time favorite series of U.S. coins. My interest in the series was fostered back in the early 1990's when, as a relative newcomer to professional numismatics, I was surprised at the accessibility (price-wise) of high grade, early Washington quarters, and the strong collector demand. The funny thing was, it was really hard to find enough coins in the market. That quick analysis led me to believe that the series was seriously undervalued, and prices would soon rise. read on...
Posted by: John Feigenbaum on April 16, 2015
This week's CWL features a PCGS MS67 Washington quarters, an 1806 draped bust half dollar, 1889-CC Morgan dollars, 1927-S Standing Liberty quarter and the third installment of the 57th Street Collection.
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Posted by: John Feigenbaum on April 10, 2015
We continue to make great strides and improvements to the new web site, including the restoration of historic auction records. This popular report allows to you look through historic DLRC Auctions and see the results.
We are still experiencing some issues with restoring the historic coin database, and that is a huge priority at the moment, so we appreciate your patience on that front.