October 2, 2018:
•  What is considered a ’Modern Coin’?
•  The History of Hammered and Milled Coinage
•  Famous Rarities on Display at Las Vegas Members Only Show
•  How often do you submit coins to PCGS for grading and authentication?
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What is considered a ’Modern Coin’?
Mike Sherman

Mike reflects on the progression of what has been considered a ’modern coin’ over the course of the century.


1898 25C PCGS PR67DCAM

This 1898 25C comes with deep mirrors that are ultra clean and beam from all over. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck with a thick frost. If you are looking for a coin with tremendous eye appeal, this coin is a must-buy. Buy this and other quality coins.

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The History of Hammered and Milled Coinage
Dylan Dominguez

Hammering coins by hand was the most common method in producing coins around the world until the inception of the screw press in by the mid-17th century.


Looking to Build Your Set Registry Collection?

Building your Registry Set or just wanting a special coin? The finest selection of quality PCGS-graded coins can be found from U.S. Coins such as the amazing 1879 $4 Flowing Hair Stella PCGS PR64, 1875-S 20C PCGS MS66+, and more.

Famous Rarities on Display at Las Vegas Members Only Show

The "Rarities VIP Event," held inside the CliQue Bar & Lounge, gave an opportunity for collectors and their families to socialize in an intimate setting while viewing three of the world’s most famous coins.

September/October Rare Coin Market Report

The feature coin in this issue is an exquisite 1875 $5 PCGS AU53 specimen. This coin has a low mintage of only 200 pieces! Numismatic experts, Larry Shepherd and Don Ketterling, join this issue to offer their insights on the hobby. Other in-depth articles include ’The Tale of Two Markets,’ by Mike Sherman; Here Mike dissects two very different coin markets over the past 30 years, and BJ Searls announces the winners of the 2018 PCGS Set Registry Awards.


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