Luckily, GFRC sold a reasonable number of four figure coins at the start of the month.

With just two days left, it would be great to enjoy a few more online sales before the FUN Show week arrives.

CAC approved Capped Bust half dimes, dimes and quarters did not last long on the GFRC price list and locating replacements at competitive prices is difficult.

With just two days to go in 2017, GFRC has sold 1771 coins as compared to 16.

Dan is constantly searching for quality silver type and United States gold to maintain GFRC's reputation for offering some of the best collector coins in the numismatic hobby.

This morning, let's feature offerings from the Osprey Collection. Please stay warm and safe as northern United States temperatures are frigid. Matt, Chikae and Natsumi return to Beijing today with a morning departure from Tampa and then connecting in Washington Dulles. Here is a photo of Matt and Natsumi taken yesterday at a Sarasota circus event.

The consignment commission increase of 0.5%, effective for new consignments starting Feburary 1, will have a minimal impact until mid year unless GFRC can locate several substantial ($100,000) consignments during the first half of 2018.

Recent website improvements should provide an incentive to those individuals considering a major numismatic sale this coming year.

Following are more quality Liberty Seated halves to consider on a Saturday morning.

As usual, First Right of Refusal (FRo R) is in order as these pieces will be reaching the price list today and loaded into FUN show inventory.

I will be back on Sunday morning with the final Daily Blog of 2017. Natsumi is growing up so quickly and turns four in early March.

My thanks go out to customers and friends who test drove the Dynamic Price List application on Thursday.

The first installment, after being transferred at Whitman Baltimore, was nearly a sell out with the 1855-S NGC AU58 CAC specimen still being available.