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WEEKLY MARKET REPORT ARTICLES

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Summer Shines on Baltimore Whitman Expo

6/22/2017 - Delaware Couple Hunting Buffalos in Blue Moon; Gold in a Quagmire?
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Collecting Proof United States Gold Coins 1815-1921

6/15/2017 - Proof gold coins are ideal for the few great coins collecting strategy.
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Long Beach Expo Underway

6/8/2017 - The price is right; June anniversaries to remember
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Smithsonian National Numismatic Collection

6/1/2017 - The Value of Money exhibit at the Smithsonian is a must see for anyone visiting Washington, D.C.
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Antietam and Gettysburg Classic Civil War Commemoratives

5/25/2017 - The Antietam and Gettysburg Classic Civil War Commemoratives are popular with collectors of coins and Civil War history.
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Numismatic Diversification

5/18/2017 - Diversifying your coin collection is a very enjoyable way to collect and learn about the history of different series.
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Modern Proof Coins—The Hunt For Perfection Continues

5/11/2017 - Viewing countless modern proofs gives the collector a greater appreciation for perfection!
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Building a Numismatic Library

5/4/2017 - Assembling the correct numismatic library for your level of engagement in the hobby is very important.
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78th CSNS and Heritage Signature Auction A Powerful Venue

4/27/2017 - Capped bust half dimes still quietly affordable.
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Collecting Colonial Coinage

4/20/2017 - Colonial coins offer a combination of rarity, historical value and affordability.
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