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    Online price guide

    The Evolution of Medal Collecting

    /2016

    Highlight: PCGS offers an online price guide, a CoinFacts encyclopedia, articles, videos, a calendar, and a handful of message boards. NGC has many of these same online offerings, plus a couple dozen online galleries (e.g., selections from the Partrick and Newman collections, showing pieces graded by the firm). They have also recently started an online registry of tokens and medals, though with very few listings so far. Both services have also recently launched mobile apps that provide much of what is on their websites. Collector organizations like the MCA, ANS and ANA fall into the overlap between the information and social dimensions. The MCA’s website has grown significantly under webmaster Ben Weiss. It has some terrific information content and undoubtedly represents the richest online offering o

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    The Evolution of Medal Collecting

    /2016

    Highlight: with online price guide World Exonumia (links Page) www. exonumia. com/links . htm no Rich Hartzog’s “ultimate” guide to exonumia links & resources (mostly outdated) Museums/Libraries Smithsonian Institution http://americanhistory.si.edu/ numismatics/ free Website for the National Numismatic Collection of the Smithsonian Institution, one of the largest numismatic collections in the world and the largest in North America Metropolitan Museum of Art http://metmuseum.org/col- lection/the-collection-online/ search?ft=*&what=Medals free Online archive of over 3,000 of the museum’s medals November / December 2015 19

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    The Evolution of Medal Collecting

    /2016

    Highlight: art and vintage collectibles Kovels www.kovels.com no Subscription-based online price-guide for antiques and collectibles, growing out of pricing guide- books published since 1953 November / December 2015 21

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    N.O.W. News, Winter 2000

    1/12/2000

    Highlight: * ★ ★ ★ ★ Find out the value of your coins and create a free online portfolio for your collection www.wsrarities.com Two exciting features distinguish this site: a searchable online price guide for U.S. coins and free space to post your coin portfolio. Register to get started. The site will help you determine the value of each coin and your entire collection, and keep it updated. The rare-coin shop is the site’s bread and butter. 12

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    N.O.W. News, Winter 2000

    1/12/2000

    Highlight: * ★ ★ ★ ★ Find out the value of your coins and create a free online portfolio for your collection www.wsrarities.com Two exciting features distinguish this site: a searchable online price guide for U.S. coins and free space to post your coin portfolio. Register to get started. The site will help you determine the value of each coin and your entire collection, and keep it updated. The rare-coin shop is the site’s bread and butter. 12

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    The Evolution of Medal Collecting

    /2016

    Highlight: PCGS offers an online price guide, a CoinFacts encyclopedia, articles, videos, a calendar, and a handful of message boards. NGC has many of these same online offerings, plus a couple dozen online galleries (e.g., selections from the Partrick and Newman collections, showing pieces graded by the firm). They have also recently started an online registry of tokens and medals, though with very few listings so far. Both services have also recently launched mobile apps that provide much of what is on their websites. Collector organizations like the MCA, ANS and ANA fall into the overlap between the information and social dimensions. The MCA’s website has grown significantly under webmaster Ben Weiss. It has some terrific information content and undoubtedly represents the richest online offering o

    Read more

    The Evolution of Medal Collecting

    /2016

    Highlight: with online price guide World Exonumia (links Page) www. exonumia. com/links . htm no Rich Hartzog’s “ultimate” guide to exonumia links & resources (mostly outdated) Museums/Libraries Smithsonian Institution http://americanhistory.si.edu/ numismatics/ free Website for the National Numismatic Collection of the Smithsonian Institution, one of the largest numismatic collections in the world and the largest in North America Metropolitan Museum of Art http://metmuseum.org/col- lection/the-collection-online/ search?ft=*&what=Medals free Online archive of over 3,000 of the museum’s medals November / December 2015 19

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    The Evolution of Medal Collecting

    /2016

    Highlight: art and vintage collectibles Kovels www.kovels.com no Subscription-based online price-guide for antiques and collectibles, growing out of pricing guide- books published since 1953 November / December 2015 21

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    The Numismatist, March 2004

    1/3/2004

    Highlight: com/prices) and “NumisMedia Online Price Guide” (full access requires a subscription; visit www.numismedia.com/jmv/fmv.shtml). Ten. Contact the seller with questions or con- cerns. If after looking at the offering you have questions about the picture, description, terms or anything else, do not hesitate to contact the seller. Give him a few days to answer. If his re- ply is not satisfactory, or if he fails to respond, rethink purchasing from this eBayer. Eleven. Pay safe. Paying by credit card is an excellent defensive move. For example, if you call Visa or MasterCard within 60 days of a charge on your monthly statement and say you never received the item, they will credit you for the purchase while they investigate. Unless the seller can prove you did receive the item, you will not be

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    Penny-Wise (April 2014)

    1/4/2014

    Highlight: though the PCGS online price guide lists a retail value of $1,350 for this grade and $2,500 for MS-65. Nor is the coin difficult to find. PCGS lists 28 finer in BN, 13 in RB and 3 in RD. Lot 116, 1828 C-3, PCGS MS-64 RB hammered for $10,500, despite a population of 76 with 5 finer in RB and 7 with 1 finer in RD. These coins would not be difficult to find at substantially lower prices. What effect does a sale like this have on the market as a whole? Only time will tell, of course, but from past experience we can predict that other coins in these grades will not trade at prices close to what they brought at the auction. Also, we can expect some of these coins to appear on the secondary market at lower prices than they brought. Our coins that are not quite the quality of the MoCab coins will

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