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December 25, 2018:
 
•  A New King Metal – Again
 
•  Bitcoin Deserves Lump of Coal for Christmas
 
•  American Innovators
 
•  What show are you looking forward to attending in 2019?
 
 
 
Past eZine Survey Winner: Lloyd Kasper Jr
eZine survey winner is chosen at random. Winner will receive a free PCGS gift. Make sure to take the survey each week for your chance to win!
 
 
 
A New King Metal – Again
Mike Sherman

Move over gold and platinum – palladium is back. During the first week of December, the value of palladium surpassed gold.

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Bitcoin Deserves Lump of Coal for Christmas
Donn Pearlman

A year ago, cryptocurrency, such as Bitcoin, seemed poised to eventually eliminate the need for "real" coins and paper money. However, its reign may end sooner than you thought.

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American Innovators
by Jamie Hernandez

The Innovation Dollar coins were introduced by Bill, H.R.770 – The American Innovation $1 Coin Act. The program is scheduled to issue four different designs every year, beginning in 2019.

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Rare Coin Market Report – November/December Issue

The feature coin in this issue is an extraordinarily rare 1927-S Saint Gaudens Double Eagle that was recently displayed at the Baltimore Winter Expo. This MS65+ piece almost certainly ranks among the half dozen or so finest examples known. Renowned journalist, Donn Pearlman, joins this issue to share one of his favorite stories of the "discovery" of a famous 1913 Liberty Head Nickel. Other in-depth articles include: ’Waves,’ by Mike Sherman; exploring the four "waves" of coin collecting from 1860 to the present. BJ Searls bids farewell to Collectors Universe and reminisces on her time as Director of PCGS Set Registry.

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PCGS Shows

Public Friday
January 4, 2019 | Santa Ana, CA

Florida United Numismatists Convention
January 10-12, 2019 | Orlando, FL

New York International Numismatic Convention
January 10-12, 2019 | New York, NY

Long Beach Coin, Currency, Stamp & Sports Collectible Show
January 31-February 2, 2019 | Long Beach, CA

Whitman Spring Expo
February 28-March 2, 2019 | Baltimore, MD

PCGS Members Only Show
March 20-22, 2019 | Las Vegas, NV

 
 
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