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Happy Mardi Gras! New!
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Our annual tradition - a Paul's Pastry king cake!


Brian hard at work describing a coin for a customer.


A little touch of NOLA in Chris' office.

Created by: Panda on 02/13/2018

Very nice office space!

Created by: Northeast on 02/14/2018

Thank you, Panda!

The Patriots lost... New!

...which we are very disappointed about. Unfortunately no one guessed the exact final score of the game in our contest. Not too surprising, however, considering what the score was (41-33).

We have already contacted the ten contestants in our contest whose guesses were closest to the final score. The closes was by R.C. of Maryland who guessed Eagles 42, Patriots 35. 

Thank you to all who participated. We have confidence in Bill and Tom getting us to another Super Bowl, so hopefully this won't be our last such contest!



Super Bowl Contest New!

Super Bowl LII features the New England Patriots, who are going for their sixth Super Bowl title, against the Philadelphia Eagles on February 4th. To celebrate one of the greatest spectacles in sports, we at Northeast Numismatics are hosting another Super Bowl contest on our website. 

If anyone guesses the exact final score of the game, they have a chance to win a $500 gift certificate to We are also awarding ten $50 gift certificates. 

For further details and to participate, just click the link below.

Super Bowl Contest

Good luck!

Happy Thanksgiving! New!
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Created by: Panda on 11/25/2017

Still waiting for Black Friday deals

Stay tuned...


Whaaaat?!! New!
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A 1918-S Standing Liberty Quarter PCGS MS65 FH just sold for $72,000 in a Heritage auction. Can anyone explain why? 

Created by: Rick on 11/05/2017

Doesn't make any sense, that coin is probably at retail $10K. Only guess is someone is completing a high grade set and would do anything to claim best collection?

We agree, Rick. Very head-scratching for sure. If we learn any new information on this particular sale, we'll be sure to post it here.

Created by: Panda on 11/16/2017

The buyer think it's a 1918/7-S

We did hear from another dealer that perhaps at least two of the bidders thought it was a late die-state 1918/7-S. We are doubtful of that scenario.

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