Q. David Bowers Wants YOUR Input For The Next Red Book

As you read these words, I and the Whitman staff are busy with the 5th edition of Mega Red a.k.a. the Deluxe edition of the Guide Book. With over 1, 500 pages this $49.95 volume has been a best seller, delighting all of us. If you don’t have a copy of the 4th edition, check with your favorite numismatic bookseller […]

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The Stack’s Bowers Galleries Baltimore Currency Auction realizes over $11 million

The Official Currency Auction of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Winter Expo presented by Stack’s Bowers Galleries saw total sales that exceeded $11.1 million. Part III of the Joel R. Anderson Collection realized over $8.6 million, while the Caine Collection of Federal Proofs and Essays, Part I, brought over a million dollars.

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Stack’s Bowers Auctions the “Holy Grail of Paper Money” in Baltimore

Stack’s Bowers has made history, yet again, at the Whitman Baltimore Winter Expo, selling a rare 1890 “Grand Watermelon” Treasury Note for more than $2 million dollars.

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Welcome to the Whitman Baltimore Winter Expo 2018!

Q. David Bowers is in Baltimore, participating in the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Baltimore Expo – always one of the great shows of the year. Stack’s Bowers Galleries will be having multiple dynamic auction sessions.

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A Classic Rarity: The Ryder-26 1788 Vermont Copper

Among the significant rarities offered by Stack’s Bowers Galleries at the Whitman Baltimore Winter Expo is a Ryder-26 1788 Vermont copper, graded Fine-15 by PCGS, and described by Q. David Bowers as ““one of the well-known key rarities in the original Ryder listing.”

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The PCGS $10 Crossover Special at the Whitman Baltimore Expo is Back!

Submit your crossover coins for on-site grading at the Baltimore Winter Expo, October 25-27, 2018, and pay only $10 for each coin that does not cross!

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Spectacular 1907-S Liberty Head $10 to Cross the Auction Block in Baltimore

Stack’s Bowers Galleries will offer this phenomenal 1907-S Liberty Head $10 eagle at the Official Auction of the Whitman Baltimore Expo, well-known as a better date in the series in Choice Mint State or finer grade.

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Classic Coins to Know from the Upcoming Stack’s Bowers Whitman Baltimore Auction

Noted numismatist Charles Morgan outlines some of the most exciting offerings in the upcoming Stack’s Bowers Official Auctions of the Whitman Baltimore Expo. 

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Major Barber Exhibits and Lectures Planned for October 2018 Baltimore Expo

The Whitman Coin and Collectibles Baltimore Expo will feature two groundbreaking new exhibits and lectures on personal artifacts from the family of U.S. Mint chief engravers William Barber and Charles E. Barber.

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Stack’s Bowers to offer near Mint 1783 Chalmers threepence at October 2018 Whitman Baltimore Expo auction

Annapolis, Maryland silversmith John Chalmers produced silver threepence, sixpence, and shillings, the dies for which seem to have been engraved by Thomas Sparrow, who also engraved plates for Maryland paper currency.

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