Friday, January 11, 2008

NY Coin Show

Just a quick note to anyone who wants to go to coin show and is in NYC this weekend.
I always threaten to go but I become lazy and just skip it.

Here's a direct quote from http://www.nyinc.info/

The New York International Numismatic Convention is the United States’ most prestigious numismatic event targeting the needs of the world and ancient numismatic communities. The 36th Annual NYINC will be held at fabled Waldorf Astoria Hotel, located at 301 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10022, between 49th and 50th Streets. Our dates will be January 5-13, 2008.
The NYINC will feature a bourse area consisting of 100 of the leading specialists in world and ancient numismatics and will be held on the 18th floor meeting room level of the Waldorf Astoria. Our event will also include a full range of educational programs and meetings as well as multiple auction sessions cataloged and conducted by several of the leading numismatic houses in the world, including Heritage Galleries and Auctioneers; Gemini, Ltd.; Classical Numismatic Group; Baldwin’s Auctions, Ltd; M&M Numismatics; Dmitry Markov; La Galerie Numismatique and Ponterio and Associates, Inc.
Auction lot viewing will open on Saturday, January 5. Auctions sessions will be held Sunday, January 6 through Saturday, January 12. The bourse area will open from 2PM-7PM on Thursday, January 10 for the Professional Preview. For a $100 registration fee, payable on site, Professional Preview attendees will have access to the bourse area prior to the regular public admission hours to the bourse. The Professional Preview is open to both collectors and dealers without booths.

The NYINC bourse area regular public hours will be:
Friday, January 11 10AM-7PM
Saturday, January 12 10AM-7PM
Sunday, January 13 10AM-3PM

Public admission is $10 for a three day pass valid throughout the event. Children 16 and under with an adult are admitted free of charge. A $5 admission discount coupon valid Friday-Sunday may be printed by clicking here.


Do you have a coin and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

14 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

mwg@q-tronics.com said...

I have a $50 bill with some radical alignment and cutting errors.
series 1990
G26712722A
the top edge border is almost completely gone but the bottom looks nearly normal on the front.
on the back, the top edge is also gone but the bottom edge/border looks much larger than normal.

The bill is in very good condition

Can you help us
other than gmail which I seldom have time to check, my normal email is mwg@q-tronics.com.

Thanks

PS: I hope this is in the right place to ask. I could not figure out anywhere else to post a question.

Man said...

a $50 bill with some radical alignment and cutting errors.
series 1990
G26712722A
the top edge border is almost completely gone but the bottom looks nearly normal on the front.
on the back, the top edge is also gone but the bottom edge/border looks much larger than normal.


It's not a collectible error unless a piece of another bill is showing.
So it's just $50.00.

Nala said...

i have a 1946 canadian penny in mint condition. whats his worth?
thanks

Man said...

1946 canadian penny in mint condition.

About $3.00

Lisa said...

I work at a bank and I ran across a $20 bill from 1934. Of course I kept it! It's in decent shape. I was just wondering the value of it? Do you have any suggestions of other "odd" money that I should keep? I keep my eye out for Silver Certificates but don't see many! I recently had a $20 bill from 1950 as well but didn't hang on to it... Also, would a $2 bill from 1976 be worth keeping any more than a new one? Thanks!

Man said...

$20 bill from 1934. Of course I kept it! It's in decent shape.
There about a dozen varieties I'd need the serial number and the little back number to be sure but it averages about $35.00.

Do you have any suggestions of other "odd" money that I should keep?
Most bill before 1950 has some extra value and of course any errors are good. Also star notes of any year.

$20 bill from 1950 as well but didn't hang on to it
Except for perfect notes the only circulated note worth a premium is the 1950-E.

$2 bill from 1976 be worth keeping any more than a new one?
Any $2 bill before 1976 has a premium but from 1976 to now the are only valuable in great or higher condition.

Anonymous said...

I'm jenny I was just wondering the value if any of an Indian head penny 1906, a European coin also 1906 and a 1970s penny the s is very small

Man said...

Indian head penny 1906
About $2.00

a European coin also 1906
What country?

1970s penny the s is very small
Varieties on the S brings no extra value.

Anonymous said...

I believe it's a 1906 British coin

Man said...

1906 British coin

About $1.25

Anonymous said...

Hi..I have a set of Franklin Mint 1967 red album with 48 tokens of the $1, $2 and 50 cent tokens and can't find its worth any where. Where can I find the worth or do you know how much?

Thank you

Man said...

Franklin Mint 1967 red album with 48 tokens of the $1, $2 and 50 cent tokens

These were made from 1965-1969.
A complete 1967 set has two albums with 48 tokens in each album for a total of 96.
Or in 4 blue notebooks of 24 each.

The half set is about $75.00 but most places sell them for $100.00 or more in the original package.

Here is a an expert LINK.

ryker4u said...

i just bought a 1972 New Zealand Dollar for 4 pounds n London this wk an wanted to know if i made a good buy or not ... it is in excellent condition an has been in a covered case does not say it is a prof ...

Man said...

1972 New Zealand Dollar for 4 pounds n London this wk an wanted to know if i made a good buy or not ... it is in excellent condition an has been in a covered case does not say it is a prof

About 2 pounds British you may have overpaid but not by much, I'm assume XF-40 (excellent) yours may be a grade or two higher.