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  1. Excerpts from American Treasures “Money is the most fundamental object there is in an organized society”

    Coins are not like Rare Art, Antique Cars or anything like the million other things people collect.   Try buying a quart of milk with your Picasso? Money is the most fundamental object there is in an organized society.  It reflects not

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  2. Excerpts from American Treasures “Third Party Grading”

    … It is our premise that coins graded during the spring of the Third Party Grading (TPG) formation, were graded under a very new (AKA: Disruptive in millennial speak) concept of creating “buy-back guarantees” and public population reports. Now, I need

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  3. Are you a Numismatist?

    This write up is on the lighter side. Today we ask: Can you spot a Numismatist?
    I love collecting things. I do not know exactly why I do, nor do I really care anymore. The little capsules of history stamped out 

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  4. The Art of anti-Counterfeit

    Take a look at the Currency below. The note on the top left was issued in Armenia in 1922. The one below that is a US Series 1901 “Bison” $10 Note. The third note is a Colonial Piece from around the

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