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March 31, 2020 08:55 AM PDT

The CoinWeek Podcast is brought to you by PCGS.

PCGS is happy to announce the latest hunt for modern numismatic rarities with the 2020 PCGS Quarter Quest just in time for the Great American Coin Hunt and National Coin Week. This program is designed to engage numismatists from around the country to cherrypick the elusive West Point minted quarters from circulation. PCGS graded 2019-W quarters were seen in auction with soaring prices with collectors taking to the PCGS Set Registry® to compete for the highest ranked set.

In addition to being another set of circulating West Point minted rarities, these coins will feature a first for U.S. Quarters, a “V75” privy mark denoting the 75th anniversary of World War II.

For additional information visit www.pcgs.com. Happy Hunting!

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This week on the CoinWeek Podcast, Stack’s Bowers co-founder Harvey Stack joins me to discuss his company’s recent move from their iconic 57th St. location. So much numismatic history transpired over the course the seven decades that Stack’s conducted business in the heart of midtown Manhattan- just across the street from the Russian Tea Room, a block away from Carnegie Hall and within walking distance from New York’s iconic Times Square. Over the course of this period, there wasn’t a month that went by that Stack’s didn’t offer up a major collection and through their doors walked some of the most storied figures in hobby history. Harvey reminisces on the place that he spent most of his adult life and the amazing impact Stack’s at 57th Street had on the hobby - next on the CoinWeek Podcast.

March 18, 2020 01:13 PM PDT

CoinWeek editor Charles Morgan discusses the importance of 20th-century coinage and the selection process he and co-writer Hubert Walker used to select the 100 coins for their new book 100 Greatest Modern World Coins.

The CoinWeek Podcast is brought to you by PCGS.

If you are like me and have a little downtime, you might want to get up to date about the latest prices, populations, and research about rare coins. Folks, PCGS CoinFacts has you covered. With a virtual library of high-quality images - from Phil Arnold - and his team of photographic geniuses, coin narratives from leading experts, and millions of data points- CoinFacts has you covered. And best of all- it's free. Visit www.pcgs.com to learn more.

March 10, 2020 06:20 AM PDT

The coinWeek Podcast is brought to you by PCGS, Professional Coin Grading Service- now offering Security Chip-Embedded Slabs to Protect Against Counterfeiting. Folks, even the most experienced numismatist is having a hard time telling which coins are real and which coins are fake. And counterfeiters aren’t stopping with just coins- no fake slabs are being made overseas and sold to unsuspecting buyers in the US by criminals and rip off artists. That is why you need to protect yourself and your investment and this is why PCGS has debuted new NFC-enabled chips that provide an incredible barrier of defense. Know that the next coin you buy is the what it claims to be. Visit Pcgs.com to learn more

This week on the CoinWeek Podcast, Joe Pielago, PCGS Business Development Manager joins us to talk about his company’s plans to promote modern coin issues of the United States Mint and how modern coin collecting has become a major growth area for the numismatic market. We see if we can break any news about 2020 and 2021 next on the CoinWeek Podcast

February 06, 2020 01:43 PM PST

The CoinWeek Podcast is brought to you by PCGS. Visit PCGS at the Long Beach Expo: Coin, Currency, Stamp and Sports Collectible Show and submit your coins to receive the very cool Long Beach Expo exclusive label. It looks like a California license plate, you’ll love it. On February 20-21 from 10:30 to 12:30, collectors can meet with expert Steve Feltner to talk about coins. PCGS will also show of a spectacular set of Flying Eagle and Indian Cents. Plus you can partake in the next great installment of the Tyrant Collection, graded by PCGS and presented by Goldbergs. The Long Beach Expo is held at the Long Beach Convention Center starting on Tuesday, February 20 and wraps up Saturday, February 22, 2020. One of the greatest coin shows in America returns. Hope you can attend.

This week on the CoinWeek Podcast, our guest is legendary promoter of coin collecting, Scott Travers. I have known Scott for several years and we have had more than a few hours long conversations about the state of the market, the future of coin collecting, and our shared love for numismatics. When I reached out to him a few weeks ago, I asked him to come on our air to talk about how the marketing of coins is different today than it was thirty years ago - a period we generally look back at and think was a golden time for the market - where selling certain types of coins was much easier than it appears to be today.

I’m not sure that Scott and I arrive at a consensus on this topic and I have to admit, this was one of the most difficult interviews that I’ve ever done for the podcast. Still, Scott’s information is expert and valuable and I hope that you leave this program with a few prompts for your own conversations with your collecting friends.

The always on Scott Travers is up next on the CoinWeek podcast

January 29, 2020 02:51 PM PST

CoinWeek sits down with So-Called Dollars expert Jeff Shevlin to talk about the ebb and flow of medal collecting in America. For generations, American communities commemorated important moments with the production of medals and tokens. We tell some of those stories and talk about how today's medals and tokens are different.

This CoinWeek Podcast is brought to you by PCGS. Are you a banknote collector? PCGS is proud to launch PCGS Banknote as a premier third-party certification services for paper currency. Utilizing a new tamper-evident plastic case that seals all graded banknotes within a safe, inert, quality holder. PCGS Banknote certification will identify, grade, and protect your banknote for generations to come. To learn more visit www.pcgs.com.

January 16, 2020 09:41 AM PST

Charles Morgan sits down with renowned Early American Coppers collector Denis Loring to discuss the magic of XF coins, collecting copper by die variety, and some of the hobby's more colorful coins and characters.

This CoinWeek Podcast is brought to you by PCGS. Are you a banknote collector? PCGS is proud to launch PCGS Banknote as a premier third-party certification services for paper currency. Utilizing a new tamper-evident plastic case that seals all graded banknotes within a safe, inert, quality holder. PCGS Banknote certification will identify, grade, and protect your banknote for generations to come. To learn more visit www.pcgs.com.

Please welcome the CoinWeek Podcast's new producer, Hubert Walker. This is his first complete episode sitting behind the production desk!

December 24, 2019 09:25 AM PST

CoinWeek editor Charles Morgan wraps up 2019 with his thoughts on the state of the rare coin market (it's not doing well right now), what the Mint got right, what products sold better than anticipated, and where its modern coin programs still struggle. Charles also discusses what he looks most forward to seeing in the new year.

Thank you for supporting CoinWeek throughout the years and especially in 2019 and thank you for checking out the current offers and specials from PCGS, the sponsor of the CoinWeek Podcast.

www.coinweek.com
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November 22, 2019 10:14 AM PST

The Coinweek Podcast is brought to you by PCGS. Unlock Direct Submission Privileges. Choose from 3 Membership Levels. All starting at $69. Membership includes Money Saving Quarterly Grading Specials, PCGS Members Only Show Access - I have been to these they are intimate - high quality shows in great venues - You get access to view PCGS Graded Rarities - and a Subscription to the Rare Coin Market Report. If you plan to travel to Long Beach - a PCGS Membership will get you two free admission tickets to the Long Beach Expo- a $48 value for each show. All of this is included. Visit www.pcgs.com to learn more.

November 05, 2019 12:59 PM PST

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This week on the coinweek podcast, I talk to Lianna Spurrier- a numismatic writer and videographer… One of a new generation of coin professionals entering the market. Lianna writes a column for CoinWeek IQ and it is my pleasure introducing you to her next… on the CoinWeek Podcast.

The coinweek podcast is brought to you by PCGS. Unlock Direct Submission Privileges. Choose from 3 Membership Levels. All starting at $69. Membership includes Money Saving Quarterly Grading Specials, PCGS Members Only Show Access - I have been to these they are intimate - high quality shows in great venues - You get access to view PCGS Graded Rarities - and a Subscription to the Rare Coin Market Report. If you plan to travel to Long Beach - a PCGS Membership will get you two free admission tickets to the Long Beach Expo- a $48 value for each show. All of this is included. Visit www.pcgs.com to learn more.

October 24, 2019 05:25 PM PDT

Longtime editor of the American Numismatic Association's Numismatist Magazine joins us to talk about the hobby's "publication of record" and how its stories impact the market. We discuss favorite articles and experiences while Barbara was at the helm, and how a new initiative might bring the voice of the ANA to a brand new market.

The CoinWeek Podcast is made possible by a generous sponsorship from PCGS, the Professional Coin Grading Service.

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