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​GS Asks:
Why do common date Brilliant Uncirculated Morgan dollars seem to vary in thickness from 2.4mm to 2.8mm? The Guide Book makes no mention of thickness of any coin meant for circulation and there must be a good reason why they don't. Web sites that I deem unreliable, like Wikipedia, say a Morgan dollar is 2.4mm thick but my 1921 is 2.8mm and a 1886 is 2.56mm.

By Kyle Ponterio, Senior Numismatist, Consignment Director

Now that our February Collectors Choice Online (CCO) auction is completed, we turn our attention to our Hong Kong auction taking place March 25-28, 2019, at the Mira Hotel, in conjunction with the 6th Hong Kong Coin Show (HKCS) March 29-31, 2019. This auction contains a broad range of exceptional types and interesting varieties; it truly has something for every lover of Asian coins.  ​​

By James McCartney, Senior Numismatist

The 1880-CC Morgan dollar is relatively available in Mint State due to the release of thousands as part of the GSA hoard in the 1970s and 1980s. Several different varieties are known of this issue, exhibiting repunching of the date and changes to the reverse design.  The vast majority are in grades of MS-63 and MS-64, but even Gem MS-65 examples can be acquired for less than $1,000 in today's market. ​​

By Stack's Bowers Galleries

Test Your Knowledge and see if you can answer this week's question.​

By Q. David Bowers, Co-Founder

When great collections are sold, the vast majority of them come our way—and have ever since Stack’s held its first sale in 1935. We seem to be a magnet, attracting sophisticated numismatists when they decide to sell their holdings. As such, no firm in the world has handled as many “name” collection, rarities, and other coins, tokens, medals, and currency as we have. ​​

By Stack's Bowers Galleries

Just in to our eBay store: a new supply of coins and all of them are on display in our New York store if you want to view them in person.  We also have a great stock of ancient coins that are not on any electronic platform but can only be viewed in store.  So come in and see what we have to fill your want list.  Also we are now selling some of our most popular books in our eBay store, all shipped for free.  Visit us on line or visit us in person, either is a great way to check us out. 

By Stack's Bowers Galleries

National Bank Notes and a particularly rare example are the focus of this week’s message. Beginning in 1864 over 10,000 National Banks issued large-size federal notes with their imprints—from Alaska and Hawaii to Maine and Florida. Showcased today is a splendid highlight from the Joel R. Anderson Collection—the  finest of just four Series of 1902 Uncirculated $100 notes certified by PCGS. And it is from the West, no less—from Los Angeles, California. ​​

By Peter Treglia, Currency Director

Welcome friends to the Stack’s Bowers Galleries Official Currency Auction of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Spring Expo. This is our first live United States currency auction event of 2019 and it promises to be a great sale. This exceptional presentation will be held over two evenings, Thursday, February 28 and Friday, March 1. Additionally, there will be an Internet Only session to be held Wednesday, March 6, beginning at 9 am Pacific Time.​​

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