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Did you know Stack’s Bowers Galleries has coins for sale on Ebay?  Stack’s Bowers Galleries continues to provide you with excellent customer service through our Ebay storefront, and we have 100% positive ratings to prove it! Click here​ to view our offerings, which are updated daily. Happy Shopping! ​​

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For collectors of world and ancient coins and medals the start of 2019 will be exciting as the 47th Annual New York International Numismatic Convention (NYINC) kicks off the year.  Stack's Bowers Galleries begins the 2019 auction season with our official auction of the New York International Numismatic Convention at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York City. ​​

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Free gift with purchase, until supplies run out!  We have acquired a good stock of U.S. Mint Bicentennial medals that we will give out on a first come, first served basis to customers who purchase one ounce of gold or more from us. The gift medals were made by the U.S. mint during the bicentennial and are copies of historic medals.  Most are pewter, some are brass, come early for the best selection. 

By Stack's Bowers Galleries

Test Your Knowledge again this week and see if you can get the answer to this question correct!​

By James McCartney, Senior Numismatist

The 1848-D Liberty Head half eagle has one the lowest mintages of the denomination at the Dahlonega Mint in the 1840s. Just 47,465 examples were struck, amounting to nearly 17,000 fewer half eagles than were produced the year before.  Though it was once considered to be somewhat common in the context of Dahlonega issues, modern research and population reports have identified the 1848-D $5 as a truly important coin. ​​

By Chris Chatigny, Numismatist & Cataloger

Today's preview of the Stack's Bowers Galleries January New York International Auction presents an absolutely stunning piece of Sicilian coinage. Himera is located on the northern coast of the island, near modern day Palermo. Himera grew in the shadow of the Carthaginian sphere of influence on the island. After Himera ousted the tyrant Terillus he would beseech that rival power for assistance.​​

By Q. David Bowers, Co-Founder

I was honored to be featured in the latest installment of “The Numismatic Bookie,” Joel J. Orosz’s popular column in Coin World. It began with: “Three numismatic auction catalogs are illustrated on this page, each produced in a different century...​

​It seems like just yesterday we were ushering in 2018 with our official auction of the New York International Numismatic Convention, and yet, here we are presenting our 2019 NYINC catalog. Once again, we open the year with an exceptional offering, featuring important collections, sets and rarities.