While overall the action in the wholesale coin market (dealer to dealer trading) is relatively quiet, the opposite can be said about collector-based transactions, online auctions, and retail. Although we’ve seen the coin market become far more active during the pandemic, it’s been nothing compared to the boom
First and foremost, we hope that our readers are healthy and remaining safe during this momentous time in our country’s history. While things continue to gradually change economically and socially, we continue to process coins as usual. The office highlights this week were really topped off by a cleaning
Every week we get emails from our clients asking our fearless leader John Brush for his knowledge and opinions on a wide range of issues within the coin industry. Last week, John doled out sage advice [https://blog.davidlawrence.com/just-ask-john-4/] on researching potential purchases and the value of certifying
Every week we get emails from our clients asking our fearless leader John Brush for his knowledge and opinions on a wide range of issues within the coin industry. Last week, John answered a few questions [https://blog.davidlawrence.com/just-ask-john-2/] that frequently crop up surrounding our weekly Sunday auctions.
Typically, we try to stay away from controversial subjects unless we view it as a benefit to collectors. However, this week I had several conversations with customers regarding the different types of dealers, and how they affect or benefit the overall marketplace for coins. The coin industry is comprised of