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FOCUS ON UNCIRCULATED WASHINGTON QUARTERS

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...

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Coins We Love

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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Web Site Update: Past auction records restored

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. 

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Coins We Love

Posted by: John Feigenbaum on April 9, 2015

This week's CWL features an 1873 $20 gold double eagle, gem 1927-D Peace dollar, 1799 $10 gold draped bust eagle, 1862-S Liberty Seated quarter with CAC sticker, Mexican 50 peso gold, gem 1924 Standing Liberty quarter, and the 57th Street Collection.

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Coins We Love

Posted by: John Feigenbaum on April 2, 2015

This week's CWL features an 1870-CC Seated quarter, 1854-D $5 gold half eagle, 1917-S Walking Liberty half dollar, Gem proof Barber dime from the Eliasberg collection, 1916-D Mercury dime in mint state, Turkish gold from the Ottoman Empire, and the 57th Street Collection.

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Focus on Morgan silver dollars

Posted by: John Feigenbaum on March 28, 2015

Have you ever considered collecting Morgan silver dollars? This week's blog focuses on one of the world's most popular series of coinage, of all time. Maybe it's time to start thinking about collecting Morgans. Read on... 

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Whitman Expo * Baltimore * Live update

Posted by: Devin Hipp on March 26, 2015

Newest team-member Devin Hipp makes his first official coin show for DLRC. Read Devin's account of the first days at the Spring Whitman Baltimore Coin Expo.

Hello friends of DLRC, This is Devin Hipp, the newest member of the coin team at David Lawrence Rare Coins. As one of the senior numismatists, I have the pleasure (and privilege!) of finding coins with John Brush and John Feigenbaum to add to your collections. I have been involved with numismatics since I was ten years old, and it brings me immense joy when I can help a fellow collector to find that particular coin they desire. read more...

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Introspection on the new web site

Posted by: John Feigenbaum on March 14, 2015

One of the questions we hear most is "why did you change the web site? The old site was just fine." 

With the new web site launch three weeks behind us, things are finally starting to smooth out as bidders acclimate to our new web site layout and bidding process. I won't lie to you... the process of the change-over has been a bit stressful for all of us -- both here at DLRC and for our clients -- but the change was necessary and inevitably difficult. Read on...

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