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November 25, 2005
This Week In Coin & Currency News
Happy Thanksgiving
Heritage Internet Currency Auctions Now Held Weekly!
Help Wanted: Numismatist
Coin Club Outreach Program
Instant Quiz: Test your numismatic knowledge
Is It Time To Sell? 2006 January Orlando, FL (FUN) Signature Auction
Current Auctions: 2005 December Dallas Signature Auction, 2005 December Dallas Online Session, Exclusively Internet Auction, Continuous Internet Auction, Internet Currency Auction, Fine Art Monthly Auction, Amazing Sports Auction, Internet Movie Poster Auction, Amazing Comics Auction
Weekly Specials: Don't miss out on a great deal

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Heritage Internet Currency Auctions Now Held Weekly!

Heritage Currency Auctions of America (CAA) has announced that beginning on December 1, 2005, its Internet Currency auctions, formerly held on a bi-monthly basis, will move to a weekly frequency.

This is a very exciting move for us, based entirely on increased demand from our ever-expanding client base. In the current hot numismatic market, this change to weekly Internet auctions will allow currency collectors even more opportunities to add fresh notes to their collections.

As of December 1, 2005, CAA's Internet Currency Auctions will open and close every Tuesday evening at 10 PM CST at www.HeritageCurrency.com.

"Additionally, I'd like to let everyone know about Heritage Currency Direct," enthuses Michael Moczalla, Consignment Director for CAA. "This is an opportunity for collectors to buy fixed-price notes directly out of the inventory of the world's largest currency dealer. From Colonials to modern Small Size types, it's all here, all competitively priced for immediate sale. And of course, every note sold is backed by our seven day, no hassle return privilege, because our client's satisfaction is our foremost goal."

Prospective consignors and sellers of currency and related material are invited to call Mike Moczalla at 1-800-872-6467, ext. 481, Jim Fitzgerald at 1-800-872-6467, ext. 348 or Dustin Johnston at 1-800-872-6467, ext. 302 to discuss their holdings. Or visit www.HeritageGalleries.com and click on the "Sell Now" tab. Or simply email Michael Moczalla at MichaelM@HeritageGalleries.com, Jim Fitzgerald at JimF@HeritageGalleries.com or Dustin Johnston at DJohnston@HeritageGalleries.com.

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Help Wanted: Numismatist

Heritage Rare Coin Galleries, Dallas, Texas is seeking a talented numismatist for our sales department. Duties include assisting dealers and collectors and auction consignors in person and by telephone, evaluating prospective purchases, in Dallas and shows and conventions. Salary commensurate with numismatic skills and sales experience.

Please contact Paul Minshull at Paul@HeritageCoins.com with your background and experience.

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Coin Club Outreach Program

In a move to help strengthen the coin hobby and increase membership in America's coin clubs, Heritage has created the Coin Club Outreach program.

The Coin Club Outreach program features a speaker's bureau to deliver presentations at coin club meetings, promotional items to be offered to clubs to help generate revenue and enlist new members, and access to the Heritage website and mailing list of over 150,000 active coin and currency enthusiasts. Anyone interested in scheduling a speaker for a coin club or other collector group is invited to contact:

David Lisot, Director
Heritage Coin Club Outreach
DavidL@heritagecoins.com
1-800-872-6467 ext. 303

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Heritage Interactive
Instant Quiz

NEW: Instant quizzes and polls twice a week at www.heritagecoins.com!

Answer these quick questions and see how you stack up against your peers.

1. Which was the last circulation strike small cent to have a mintage of less than 10 million?
1931-S
1932
1933-D
1938-S
1955-S


2. What is the coin depicted in this Pan and Zoom closeup?

Booker T. Washington Half Dollar
Daniel Boone Half Dollar
Jackie Robinson Dollar
Smithsonian Dollar
Thomas Edison Dollar



Last week's questions:

1. Which of the following coins is technically considered a pattern?
Correct Answer: 1856 Flying Eagle Cent.

2. After the SS Central America was salvaged, exhaustive die studies were performed on the many 1857-S Double Eagles that were recovered. Which of the following is not a variety of 1857-S Double Eagle?
Correct Answer: STATESOF.

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Is It Time To Sell?

At the Beach in February

  • $18.5 Million Realized in February
  • $13 Million Realized in June
  • $22 Million Realized in September

These were the results of Heritage's Long Beach Auctions in 2005. How well will these auctions do in 2006? We can't wait to find out.

Heritage's long-time status as the Official Auctioneer of the Long Beach Coin and Collectibles Expo has proven time and again to bring the finest results to our consignors. Call today and find out how you can take full advantage of an outstanding regional show with buyers that are ready to pay top dollar for your outstanding material. And, of course, when you consign you will receive every advantage that all our consignors receive with our over 200,000 registered bidder-members and our unparalleled worldwide reach through the Internet.

Call our Consignor Hotline at 1-800-US-COINS x222 today to find out how you can receive the highest possible return for your coins!

2006 February Long Beach Signature Auction
Sale on February 8, 2006 to February 11, 2006
Consignment Deadline: December 29, 2005

Leo Frese
Director of Consignments
Leo@HeritageCoins.com
1-800-US-COINS ext. 222 (24 hour voice mail)

Interested in Selling?
What's My Coin Worth?
Get the Most Money for Your Collection
Consign to a Heritage Auction

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Current Auctions

Internet
Only
Auctions


Rare Coins
Closes Tue. Nov. 29
at 10:00 PM
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Rare Coins
Closes Sun. Nov. 27
from noon to 10:00 PM
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Rare Currency
Closes Tues. Nov. 30
at 10:00 PM
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Rare Coins
Location: Dallas, TX
Auction: 2005 December Dallas Signature Auction #398
Auction Dates: December 13-14, 2005
Note: Internet Absentee Bidding Ends at 10 PM CT the night before the floor session of any particular lot.
Browse Lots by Category

Rare Coins
Location: Dallas, TX
Auction: 2005 December Dallas Online Session #399
Auction Dates: December 19, 2005

HeritageGalleries.com
Paintings, Silver, Art Glass and Antiques and more...
Closes Sunday, November 27, 2005 at 10:00 PM
View current auctions.

HeritageSportsCollectibles.com
Sports cards, autographs, collectibles, and more...
Closes Sunday, November 27, 2005 at 10:00 PM
View current auctions.

HeritageMoviePosters.com
Movie posters, lobby cards and more...
Closes Sunday, November 27, 2005 at 10:00 PM
View current auctions.

HeritageComics.com
Comics, comic art and more...
Closes Sunday, November 27, 2005 at 10:00 PM
View current auctions.


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