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Jacqueline Kennedy Gold Coins Hit 10,894 in First Day

First Spouse Gold Coins featuring Jacqueline Kennedy are selling quickly. First-day sales of the collector proof and uncirculated editions totaled to 10,894 coins, the United States Mint said on...

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Rapp Auctions Presents New Website “Best of Rapp”

Gems of philately and numismatics from 45 years of Rapp Auctions By Rapp Auctions…. New times consistently require new directions. Therefore Rapp Auctions has designed the new website “Best of Rapp”. It presents the best of the best from 45 years worth of Rapp Auctions to a worldwide community in both German and English. Worldclass […]

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China’s Stock Market Rollercoaster Ride Continues

But There is a way to endure the wild ride — with Elliott wave analysis “Chao gu” is the Chinese term for speculating in stocks. Roughly translated, it means “stir-frying” shares. Lately, though, for millions of Chinese investors, it means getting fried. View full post on The Market Oracle
 

The Gold Newsletter – Gold Virtually Unchanged – Unimpressed with Greek Problems

Commentary for Thursday, June 25, 2015 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc…. Gold closed down $1.10 today on the Comex at $1171.50 in very quiet trading. Considering the technical picture for gold is negative it’s interesting to me that this market does not feel “heavy”. Traders for sure are […]

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Chinese Coins: Buy the Book and the Coin

By Peter Anthony – Numismatic Guaranty Corporation….   Reference books are an essential part of building a collection of modern Chinese coins. A real collection is the result of educated choices, but a pile of unidentified coins is little more than a hoard. I was at a luncheon recently. An older gentleman at my table asked […]

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