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This Week in Coins Newsletter

This Week in Coins Newsletter

(Check out this insightful newsletter by top numismatist Michael Zielinski about popular US and World Coins that you typically will see in consignments!)

This Week in Coins provides a concise recap of the week in coins and previews upcoming events and releases for the coming week. This is an excellent way for auctioneers to stay up to date with the latest developments, trends, and opportunities in the world of coin collecting so that you can serve your bidders with better lot descriptions and opportunities.

Exclusive features of the newsletter include the recurring column “Reflections on Collecting” by Michael Zielinski. This provides some thoughts and insights into topical news stories or recent numismatic products. The column will be ideal for auctioneers whose major consignors also are coin dealers in that they often put to auction US mint and other products purchased wholesale for redistribution.

The newsletter also includes an ongoing series providing a brief look at a particular coin or series to help you expand your knowledge. This makes the newsletter an ideal companion with Proxiblog, which often focuses on how coins are described on the portal. Best of all, This Week in Coins is absolutely free! To start receiving the newsletter, sign up by visiting this site. You will receive the next issue on the following Friday morning. If for some reason you do not enjoy the newsletter, you may unsubscribe at any time.

We thank Michael Zielinski and This Week in Coins for sponsoring Proxiblog’s scholarship fund to help ease student debt and create the next generation of auction-house bidders! If you would like to sponsor a week’s worth of Proxiblog, email


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