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AoC Market Analysis: Niel Armstrong Collection, Sale II - In Depth on Peace Dollars and other Armstrong Coins AoC Market Report: Niel Armstrong Sale II, The Price of Armstrong Coin Pedigree - The second batch of Armstrong coins hit the auction block, and the results were very similar to the first batch. (Here is a link to our first article which followed the first sale, back in November of 2018.) 1922 Peace Dollar, NGC certified MS-63, from the Second Sale of the Niel Armstrong Family Collection. This… continue reading
AoC Weekly Market Analysis - Top Pop Roosevelt Dimes AoC Market Report: Top of Pop Silver Roosevelt Dimes - This week, we took a look at some early silver Roosevelt Dimes at the top of the population. 1947-S Roosevelt Dime, Mint State 68+ Full Bands, Obverse 1947-S Roosevelt Dime, Mint State 68+ Full Bands, Reverse We're not talking about a lot of coins here: 1946-P in Mint State 68 Full Band/Torch: 4 coins PCGS,… continue reading
AoC Coin Market Analysis: Rarity vs Condition, Part 2 AoC Market Report: Rarity Versus Condition in Capped Bust Halves, Pt. 2 - Following along from last week’s data, boy do I have some interesting information to share. I’m not going to get into specifics. But I sliced and diced the data already compiled, and the results seem pretty danged clear. 1817 O-106a Single-Leaf Under Wing Capped Bust Half Dollar, Obverse Now first of all, take this all… continue reading
AoC Market Analysis: Rarity Versus Condition in Capped Bust Half Dollars, Pt. 1 AoC Market Report: Rarity Versus Condition in Capped Bust Half Dollars, Pt. 1 - 1817/3 Capped Bust Half Dollar, Overton-101 (R.3, Red Book), Obverse. Ex; Newman, Green This week, it was my turn here at AoC to bite off more than I could chew. As an avid variety collector, I find scarce die varieties intriguing. I surely enjoy the idea of having something very few people have, so an… continue reading
AoC Market Analysis: Signed American Silver Eagle Slabs AoC Market Report: The Market for Signed American Silver Eagle Slabs - This week the job of the AoC Market Report falls to me. And I want to share something I've noticed lately in the modern market. Love them or hate them, the special slabs are actually having an outsized impact on the modern market. Well, that's not news to anybody who collects ASEs in special slabs.… continue reading
AoC Market Analysis: Coins to Collect - Eisenhower Dollars AoC Market Report: Coins To Collect – Eisenhower Dollars - The Eisenhower Dollar series has a lot to offer. In fact, it's second only to Morgan Dollars as perhaps the best set of U.S. dollar coins to collect. Don't believe me? We didn't believe it, either. But read on - you might be surprised. 1976-S Proof Bicentennial Eisnehower Dollar, Obverse Academy of Coins Set Collectibility… continue reading
AoC Market Analysis: SLQs & Washington Quarters AoC Market Report: U.S. Quarter Types Part 3: SLQs and Washingtons - A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed Bust Quarters. Last week, with a little help I looked at Seateds and Barbers. This week, I wrap up our three-part look at the vintage U.S. Quarter Market with a look at Standing Liberty Quarters (SLQs) and silver Washington Quarters. Standing Liberty Quarters Minted from 1916 to 1930Key… continue reading
AoC Market Analysis: The State of Seated & Barber Quarter Market AoC Market Report: The Current State of U.S. Quarter Types – Part 2: Seated Liberty Quarters & Barber Quarter Dollars - Last week, we had a nice look at the state of the early US Quarter numismatic market. We examined the market for key date and type Draped Bust Quarters and Capped Bust Quarter Dollars. This week, we'll look at some beloved U.S. Quarter types: Seated & Barber Quarters. As you know well, the Seated type… continue reading
AoC Market Analysis: Early US Quarter Types AoC Market Report: The Current State of U.S. Quarter Types – Part 1: Early U.S. Quarters - The first of three articles addressing the current state of U. S. Quarter Types. Draped Bust Quarters and Capped Bust Quarters continue reading
AoC Market Analysis: Steel 1944 Lincoln Wheat Cents AoC Market Report: How Much are Steel 1944 Lincoln Wheat Pennies or Cents Worth? - We recently saw a bronze 1943 Lincoln Wheat Cent (non-collectors call this type of US coin "Wheat Pennies" or "Lincoln Pennies") sell for over $200,000. Aside: And if you're new to numismatics and curious if you might have a $200,000 Lincoln Wheat Penny (we collectors call them Lincoln Cents), the Academy of Coins© put together… continue reading
AoC Market Analysis: Bronze 1943 Lincoln Wheat Cents AoC Market Report: How Much are Bronze 1943 Lincoln Wheat Pennies / Cents Worth? - We recently saw a bronze 1943 Lincoln Wheat Cent – non-collectors call them Wheat Pennies or Lincoln Pennies – sell for over $200,000. The obverse of the recently-sold Bronze 1943 Lincoln Wheat Cent, NGC AU53. But, perhaps you heard, there were mistakes made leading up to the sale. News outlets began promoting the fact that… continue reading
AoC Market Analysis: 1996-W Roosevelt Dimes AoC Market Report: 1996-W Roosevelt Dimes – PCGS versus NGC Coins - This week, we look at one of my favorite modern coins: the 1996-W Roosevelt Dime. It's a true modern key date as they were only released in 1996 Mint Sets. Aside from special collector Silver, Proof (and Reverse Proof) Roosevelts, it is the lowest mintage Roosevelt Dime - by a significant margin. That year, the… continue reading
AoC Market Analysis: The Price of Toned Coins AoC Market Report: The Price of Toning - This coin has spectacular, radiant toning that is unique and beautiful. For the purpose of this article, we rate it 8/10. The reverse of this coin, like so many, only rates a 1/10 as it is untoned (but still eye appealing and beautiful). A quick aside about the general numismatic market: things are definitely improving.… continue reading

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