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Always buying US & World coins, currency and bullion. Cash buyer of anything from an estate collection to a single silver dime.
Buying original rolls of State quarters, Presidential and Sacagawea dollars and all cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, halves and dollars. Must be original.
JUST IN! HOW TO GRADE U.S. COINS
The most advanced grading guide! Unavailable all year. I contacted the author directly and got a case of 32 copies.
NOW IN: Scott Travers' Coin Collector's Survival Manual Revised 7th Edition. Out of print for years. This is the one book every collector needs. More valuable than the Red Book. Really.
Also in: 1849: The Philadelphia Mint Strikes Gold, Whitman's new Liberty Seated Silver Coins and Whitman's new Modern United States Dollar Coins.
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Fully lustrous 1941-D Mercury dime NGC MS66FB $65 Premium Gem reference coin
Attractive gem 1941-D 25¢ NGC MS65 $70 Gem reference coin
Stunning blast-white PCGS AU-58 1934-S Peace dollar
Extremely low mintage PCGS G-6 1913-S Barber quarter: Lowest mintage of any 20th Century American silver business-strike coin!
Blast-white PCGS MS66 1954 Roosevelt dime only $10.00! Cheap way to own a premium gem reference coin.
Very attractive, nicely matched raw 1946 PDS Choice to Near Gem Booker T. Washington set: $125
Historically interesting Stone Mountain TEX GL 52 (Gold Lavalier) EF details, ex-jewelry: $250
Superb Gem Proof PCGS PR67DCAM 1979-S Type 2 SBA Dollar $70
Most 1960 to date US in Choice to Gem BU/PR starting at 25¢. Hundreds of coins under $1. Children and grandchildren welcome. NEWPS: 2016 Proof and Mint sets. This week's new coins include scores of Indian Head cents and Kennedy halves.
Huge selection of numismatic books (over 50 titles) and auction catalogs (too many to count). Also coin folders, loupes (glass in 5X, 7X, 10X, 14X & 20X), coin tubes, 2X2s, Air-tites, storage boxes, coin pages, silica gel packs and other supplies. If I don't have it, I'll get it for you!
Week after week, precious metals had been closing higher and higher. The Brexit vote spurred silver to heights not seen since January 2015.
The jump twenty-two weeks ago took us back to August 2014. Just before the recession, silver closed over $20. Even before the Arab Spring propelled it to almost $50 in 2011, it had returned above $20, where it mainly stayed for four years, dipping rarely to $19.50. What does the future hold? I don't know. Silver bottomed at $13.62 December 15, 2015, a level not seen since August 2009, after a fifteen-month decline. This week finds silver up 20% in thirteen months. Time to sell? Time to buy? In either case, I can accomodate your needs whether it be American Silver Eagles, bullion or junk silver. That's why I'm here. I also have AGE in 1/10, 1/4, 1/2 and 1 ounce.
Silver Friday close week by week: $16.39 $17.28 $17.47 $17.72 $19.75 $20.25 $20.19 $19.60 $20.28 $19.66 $19.64 $19.25 $18.65 $19.42 $19.03 $18.76 $19.67 $19.15 $17.52 $17.38 $17.50 $17.72 $18.40 $17.36 $16.92 $16.51 $16.72 $16.81 $16.07 $15.73 $15.88 $16.35
Gold Friday close week by week: $1243.50 $1273.30 $1298.10 $1315.60 $1346.90 $1365.40 $1337.10 $1322.10 $1350.40 $1336.40 $1335.70 $1341.10 $1320.50 $1324.80 $1327.80 $1310.00 $1337.10 $1315.90 $1257.60 $1250.50 $1265.70 $1274.70 $1304.40 $1227.60 $1207.40 $1183.60 $1177.10 $1159.60 $1134.60 $1134.50 $1150.90 $1172.20
Gold, after touching $1375 July 6, fell to $1320 on the 14th. This week gold rose to $1150.90, $16.40 above last Friday's close. Silver peaked at $20.65 July 10 and then dropped to $19.87 on the 12th. This week silver rose to $15.88 15¢ above last Friday's close. Gold stopped drifiting down, as it has been since it became obvious Trump would be our next president. The Fed's interest rate hike just continued the trend, also turning around silver.
If this were a typical year, precious metals would have dipped through August and then would have risen through March. But I don't think we've had a typical year since 2010. Earlier in the week, it looked as though gold and silver were finally ready to head north, but Friday put a question mark to that. Gold and silver were up the next Friday, I think that would indicate it's finally time to buy.