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Coin dealers say they had great bourse sales

Both candidates for president of the American Numismatic Association had tables on the bourse floor of the Florida United Numismatists Convention Jan. 10-13 in Orlando.

Both joined the vast majority of dealers who said they had good commercial results.

“It has exceeded our expectation,” said Tiburon, Calif., dealer Don Kagin.

His results helped break a slack few months in the numismatic business generally.

“The market has been in the doldrums for months,” he said.

In Orlando, it was very different. Collectors were buying.

“We have been nonstop busy, coins, currency, exonumia. They want to buy coins again. They are here, and they want to buy,” Kagin said.

Col. Steven Ellsworth (ret.) of Nashville, Tenn., said, “It was pretty good. Yesterday was real good. Today (Saturday) was steady.”

His specialty is early copper coinage.

“The really nice pieces sell really well. The lower-grade common stuff nobody wants. Everything is moving to slabs,” he explained.

Ancients dealer James Beach of Owosso, Mich., said, “I say this show started really well. It was very busy opening day.”

He added, “We are continuing to see great traffic. I had a great show.”

Beach noted the conflict between the FUN show dates and the New York International Numismatic Convention going on simultaneously.

“I had better collector sales here versus New York,” he said.

Patchogue, N.Y., dealer Harry Miller of Miller’s Mint said, “I’ve been swamped the whole show,” hardly looking up from a box of coins brought to his table by another attendee who was seated across from him.

Error dealer Fred Weinberg of Encino, Calif., described the show as “one of the most well-attended FUN shows I’ve seen in years.

“Friday business was unexpected. Hearing from other dealers, everything was very, very active,” he said.

One dealer was so fired up about business at FUN that he came up behind me and slapped me on the shoulder to get my attention while I was speaking to another.

“’Good show. Put it down’ [in my notebook] Salisbury, Md., dealer Gus Tiso enthusiastically exclaimed while I was talking to Bob Campbell of All About Coins in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Dealer Bob Campbell with the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

Campbell, whose table always has something from off the beaten path, was displaying the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

He valued the 28.22 ounce monster at $ 140,000.

It had been found in the mid-1970s at the top of a pile of tailings at an old mine by a Wisconsin geologist.

As for his sales results, Campbell said, “We did real good.”

Gary Adkins, who is current ANA president, said, “I think it was a fabulous show, very busy. The crowds were great.”

He explained that he remained on the bourse until 5:30 p.m. on Friday night and there were still lots of people there.

“If you come to do business, I think you’ll have a great show,” he said of the event overall.

Dealer opinion was not unanimous.

Jack and Sondra Beymer of Santa Rosa, Calif., were in the negative camp.

Jack said the show was “sleepier than usual.”

Sondra emphasized the point by saying “surprisingly sleepy.”

Part of the reason, Jack explained, was that potential buyers were asking for things he did not bring along to the show.

What did they want?

“Lower grades, circulated Buffaloes and Indian cents. The kind of thing I didn’t bring,” he replied.

“They are putting sets together for their grandchildren,” he said.

This, though, is good news in its way.

Even though this potential demand didn’t help him at the FUN show, it is good to hear that collectors are still building for the future by building sets for their grandchildren.

Buzz blogger Dave Harper won the Numismatic Literary Guild Award for Best Blog for the third time in 2017. He is editor of the weekly newspaper “Numismatic News.”

 

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Marathon Announces Positive Results from Final 2018 Drilling in the Marathon Deposit and Start of 2019 Drilling Campaign, Valentine Lake Gold Camp, NL

  • The final drill holes into the southwestern end of the Marathon Deposit intersected new QTP-Au zones in areas with minimal drilling in the past (Figure 1):
    • MA-18-347 intersected 2.68 g/t Au over 12.0 meters with 8.98 g/t Au over 2.0 meters, and 5.65 g/t Au over 3.0 meters
    • MA-18-344 intersected 3.62 g/t Au over 4.0 meters with 12.60 g/t Au over 1.0 meter
    • MA-18-345 intersected 3.85 g/t Au over 3.0 meters and 2.73 g/t Au over 4.0 meters
    • MA-18-346 intersected 3.11 g/t Au over 3.0 meters

Marathon Gold Corporation (“Marathon” or the “Company”) (TSX: MOZ) is pleased to announce the start of the 2019 exploration drilling campaign as well as the results of the final four 2018 drill holes in the southwestern Marathon Deposit, an area with minimal prior drilling and mostly inferred resources. All of these drill holes intersected zones of QTP-Au veining identical in appearance to the gold-bearing QTP veining encountered throughout the Marathon Deposit. All but one, MA-18-346, are in the Marathon PEA pit shell. Drilling in 2019 in the southwestern area of the Marathon Deposit will further define the southwestern extension of the main mineralized corridor and increase measured and indicated gold resources within this area of the expanding Marathon Deposit.

“Marathon is looking forward to another year of success as we commence our 2019 drilling campaign”, said Phillip Walford, President and CEO of Marathon. “Our infill drilling campaign continues to expand existing zones and intersect additional new zones of shallow SW-dipping, in the pit shell envelope in the SW of the Marathon Deposit. This new gold mineralization will be added to the next resource update as we advance towards completion of a Pre-Feasibility Study.”

TABLE 1: Significant assay intervals, Marathon Deposit, Valentine Lake Gold Camp.

A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/851f76e2-d3aa-409c-8d54-e378c04ff360

Acknowledgments

Marathon acknowledges the financial support of the Junior Exploration Assistance Program, Department of Natural Resources, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Quality Assurance-Quality Control (“QA/QC”)

Sherry Dunsworth, M.Sc., P. Geo., Senior VP of Exploration, Marathon’s Qualified Person, has reviewed the contents for accuracy and has approved this press release on behalf of Marathon. Thorough QA/QC protocols are followed including the insertion of blanks and standards at regular intervals in each sample batch. Drill core is cut in half with one half retained at site, the other half tagged and sent to Eastern Analytical Limited in Springdale, Newfoundland. All reported core samples are analyzed for Au by fire assay (30g) with AA finish. All samples above 0.10 g/t Au in economically interesting intervals are further assayed using metallic screen to mitigate the presence of coarse gold. Significant mineralized intervals are reported in Table 1 as core lengths and estimated true thickness (80-95% of core length).

About Marathon

Marathon is a Toronto based gold exploration company rapidly advancing its 100% owned Valentine Lake Gold Camp located in Newfoundland and Labrador, one of the top mining jurisdictions in the world. The Valentine Lake Gold Camp currently hosts four near-surface, mainly pit-shell constrained, deposits with measured and indicated resources totaling 2,691,400 oz. of gold at 1.85 g/t and inferred resources totaling 1,531,600 oz. of gold at 1.77 g/t. The majority of the resources occur in the Marathon and Leprechaun deposits, which also have resources below the current open pit shell. Both deposits are open to depth and on strike. Gold mineralization has been traced down over 350 meters vertically at Leprechaun and almost a kilometer at Marathon. The four deposits identified to date occur over a 20-kilometer system of gold bearing veins, with much of the 24,000-hectare property having had only minimal exploration activity to date.

The Valentine Lake Gold Camp is accessible by year-round road and is in close proximity to the provincial electrical grid. Marathon maintains a 50-person all-season camp at the property. Recent metallurgical tests have demonstrated 93% to 98% recoveries via conventional milling and 50% to 70% recoveries via low cost heap leaching at both the Leprechaun and Marathon Deposits.

To find out more information on the Valentine Lake Gold Camp please visit www.marathon-gold.com.

For more information, please contact:
Christopher Haldane Phillip Walford
Investor Relations Manager President and Chief Executive Officer
Tel: 1-416-987-0714 Tel:  1-416-987-0711
E-mail: chaldane@marathon-gold.com E-mail:  pwalford@marathon-gold.com

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Except for statements of historical fact relating to Marathon Gold Corporation, certain information contained herein constitutes “forward-looking statements”. Forward-looking statements include statements that are predictive in nature, depend upon or refer to future events or conditions, or include words such as “expects”, “anticipates”, “plans”, “believes”, “considers”, “intends”, “targets”, or negative versions thereof and other similar expressions, or future or conditional verbs such as “may”, “will”, “should”, “would” and “could”. We provide forward-looking statements for the purpose of conveying information about our current expectations and plans relating to the future and readers are cautioned that such statements may not be appropriate for other purposes.  By its nature, this information is subject to inherent risks and uncertainties that may be general or specific and which give rise to the possibility that expectations, forecasts, predictions, projections or conclusions will not prove to be accurate, that assumptions may not be correct, and that objectives, strategic goals and priorities will not be achieved. These risks and uncertainties include but are not limited to those identified and reported in Marathon Gold Corporation’s public filings, which may be accessed at www.sedar.com.  Other than as specifically required by law, we undertake no obligation to update any forward-looking statement to reflect events or circumstances after the date on which such statement is made, or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events, whether as a result of new information, future events, results or otherwise.

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Coin dealers say they had great bourse sales

Both candidates for president of the American Numismatic Association had tables on the bourse floor of the Florida United Numismatists Convention Jan. 10-13 in Orlando.

Both joined the vast majority of dealers who said they had good commercial results.

“It has exceeded our expectation,” said Tiburon, Calif., dealer Don Kagin.

His results helped break a slack few months in the numismatic business generally.

“The market has been in the doldrums for months,” he said.

In Orlando, it was very different. Collectors were buying.

“We have been nonstop busy, coins, currency, exonumia. They want to buy coins again. They are here, and they want to buy,” Kagin said.

Col. Steven Ellsworth (ret.) of Nashville, Tenn., said, “It was pretty good. Yesterday was real good. Today (Saturday) was steady.”

His specialty is early copper coinage.

“The really nice pieces sell really well. The lower-grade common stuff nobody wants. Everything is moving to slabs,” he explained.

Ancients dealer James Beach of Owosso, Mich., said, “I say this show started really well. It was very busy opening day.”

He added, “We are continuing to see great traffic. I had a great show.”

Beach noted the conflict between the FUN show dates and the New York International Numismatic Convention going on simultaneously.

“I had better collector sales here versus New York,” he said.

Patchogue, N.Y., dealer Harry Miller of Miller’s Mint said, “I’ve been swamped the whole show,” hardly looking up from a box of coins brought to his table by another attendee who was seated across from him.

Error dealer Fred Weinberg of Encino, Calif., described the show as “one of the most well-attended FUN shows I’ve seen in years.

“Friday business was unexpected. Hearing from other dealers, everything was very, very active,” he said.

One dealer was so fired up about business at FUN that he came up behind me and slapped me on the shoulder to get my attention while I was speaking to another.

“’Good show. Put it down’ [in my notebook] Salisbury, Md., dealer Gus Tiso enthusiastically exclaimed while I was talking to Bob Campbell of All About Coins in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Dealer Bob Campbell with the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

Campbell, whose table always has something from off the beaten path, was displaying the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

He valued the 28.22 ounce monster at $ 140,000.

It had been found in the mid-1970s at the top of a pile of tailings at an old mine by a Wisconsin geologist.

As for his sales results, Campbell said, “We did real good.”

Gary Adkins, who is current ANA president, said, “I think it was a fabulous show, very busy. The crowds were great.”

He explained that he remained on the bourse until 5:30 p.m. on Friday night and there were still lots of people there.

“If you come to do business, I think you’ll have a great show,” he said of the event overall.

Dealer opinion was not unanimous.

Jack and Sondra Beymer of Santa Rosa, Calif., were in the negative camp.

Jack said the show was “sleepier than usual.”

Sondra emphasized the point by saying “surprisingly sleepy.”

Part of the reason, Jack explained, was that potential buyers were asking for things he did not bring along to the show.

What did they want?

“Lower grades, circulated Buffaloes and Indian cents. The kind of thing I didn’t bring,” he replied.

“They are putting sets together for their grandchildren,” he said.

This, though, is good news in its way.

Even though this potential demand didn’t help him at the FUN show, it is good to hear that collectors are still building for the future by building sets for their grandchildren.

Buzz blogger Dave Harper won the Numismatic Literary Guild Award for Best Blog for the third time in 2017. He is editor of the weekly newspaper “Numismatic News.”

 

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Update: Invictus Nasdaq application and share consolidation

Invictus (TSXV:GENE, OTC:IVITF) announced today an update to its intention to proceed with a consolidation of its issued and outstanding shares with a newly proposed reduced share consolidation ratio of one new share for every five old shares (1:5) in connection with its proposed listing on Nasdaq Stock Market LLC (“Nasdaq”). The proposed reduced share consolidation ratio replaces the original consideration on the basis of one new share for seven old shares (1:7) (see press release dated January 17, 2019).

The purpose of the consolidation is to increase the Company’s common share price to be in compliance with Nasdaq’s minimum share price listing requirement of USD $ 3.00 (CAD $ 3.98). Management believes this reduced ratio is sufficient to achieve Nasdaq’s minimum threshold. At Friday’s closing share price of CAD 1.06 (USD 0.80) on January 18, 2019, a 5:1 consolidation represents a new Company share valued at CAD 5.30 (US 3.99).

Most importantly, while investors will hold fewer Invictus shares after the consolidation, each shareholder’s total invested value, percentage ownership in the Company and proportional voting power will remain unchanged.

The United States represents the deepest pool of investor capital in the world with Nasdaq featuring heavily. Invictus’ intended participation on the Nasdaq represents a move to increase its global visibility and liquidity, and for inclusion into indices which are tracked by buy-side institutions like the Standard & Poor’s and Russell indexes.

In addition to the intended Nasdaq listing, Invictus’ shares will continue to trade on the TSX Venture Exchange under the ticker symbol “GENE”, and on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “8IS1”.

For more information, please visit www.invictus-md.com.

On Behalf of the Board,
George E. Kveton
Chief Executive Officer and Director

Jessica Martin
Vice President, Public Relations and Regulatory Affairs
(833) 879-4363

About Invictus

Invictus is a global cannabis company offering a selection of products under a wide range of brands. Our integrated sales approach is defined by five pillars of distribution including medical, adult-use, international, Licensed Producer to Licensed Producer and retail stores.

Invictus has partnered with business leaders to convey our corporate vision, including KISS music legend and business mogul Gene Simmons as our Chief Evangelist Officer. To meet growing demand, Invictus is expanding its cultivation footprint, with three cannabis production facilities licensed under the Cannabis Act and Cannabis Regulations in Canada. To accommodate international sales, Invictus’ wholly-owned subsidiary, Acreage Pharms Ltd. (“Acreage Pharms”), has designed and is currently building its Phase 3 purpose-built cultivation facility to be European Union Good Manufacturing Practices (“EU-GMP”) compliant. The Company is targeting up to 50 percent of production to medical cannabis. To ensure consistency in quality and supply, Invictus maintains all aspects of the growing process through its subsidiary, Future Harvest Development Ltd. (“Future Harvest”), a high-quality fertilizer and nutrients manufacturer. Invictus drives sustainable long-term shareholder value through a diversified product portfolio with over 70 Health Canada approved strains and a multifaceted distribution strategy including medical, adult-use, international, Licensed Producer to Licensed Producer and retail stores. For more information visit www.invictus-md.com.

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements: This release includes certain statements and information that may constitute forward-looking information within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities laws or forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All statements in this news release, other than statements of historical facts, including statements regarding future estimates, plans, objectives, timing, assumptions or expectations of future performance, including statements with respect to the consolidation of the Company’s common shares; and the timing, receipt of regulatory approval for, and listing of the Company’s common shares on NASDAQ and the filing of a Form 40-F Registration Statement with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission are forward-looking statements and contain forward-looking information. Generally, forward-looking statements and information can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as “intends” or “anticipates”, or variations of such words and phrases or statements that certain actions, events or results “may”, “could”, “should”, “would” or “occur”. Forward-looking statements are based on certain material assumptions and analysis made by the Company and the opinions and estimates of management as of the date of this press release, including that the  Company will be successful in completing the consolidation and obtaining NASDAQ approval and all necessary regulatory approvals for the listing of its common shares on NASDAQ. These forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the actual results, level of activity, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements or forward-looking information. Important factors that may cause actual results to vary, include, without limitation, the Company will not be successful in completing the Consolidation or obtaining the necessary regulatory approvals to complete the listing on NASDAQ. Although management of the Company has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in forward-looking statements or forward-looking information, there may be other factors that cause results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements and forward-looking information. Readers are cautioned that reliance on such information may not be appropriate for other purposes. The Company does not undertake to update any forward-looking statement, forward-looking information or financial out-look that are incorporated by reference herein, except in accordance with applicable securities laws.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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Coin dealers say they had great bourse sales

Both candidates for president of the American Numismatic Association had tables on the bourse floor of the Florida United Numismatists Convention Jan. 10-13 in Orlando.

Both joined the vast majority of dealers who said they had good commercial results.

“It has exceeded our expectation,” said Tiburon, Calif., dealer Don Kagin.

His results helped break a slack few months in the numismatic business generally.

“The market has been in the doldrums for months,” he said.

In Orlando, it was very different. Collectors were buying.

“We have been nonstop busy, coins, currency, exonumia. They want to buy coins again. They are here, and they want to buy,” Kagin said.

Col. Steven Ellsworth (ret.) of Nashville, Tenn., said, “It was pretty good. Yesterday was real good. Today (Saturday) was steady.”

His specialty is early copper coinage.

“The really nice pieces sell really well. The lower-grade common stuff nobody wants. Everything is moving to slabs,” he explained.

Ancients dealer James Beach of Owosso, Mich., said, “I say this show started really well. It was very busy opening day.”

He added, “We are continuing to see great traffic. I had a great show.”

Beach noted the conflict between the FUN show dates and the New York International Numismatic Convention going on simultaneously.

“I had better collector sales here versus New York,” he said.

Patchogue, N.Y., dealer Harry Miller of Miller’s Mint said, “I’ve been swamped the whole show,” hardly looking up from a box of coins brought to his table by another attendee who was seated across from him.

Error dealer Fred Weinberg of Encino, Calif., described the show as “one of the most well-attended FUN shows I’ve seen in years.

“Friday business was unexpected. Hearing from other dealers, everything was very, very active,” he said.

One dealer was so fired up about business at FUN that he came up behind me and slapped me on the shoulder to get my attention while I was speaking to another.

“’Good show. Put it down’ [in my notebook] Salisbury, Md., dealer Gus Tiso enthusiastically exclaimed while I was talking to Bob Campbell of All About Coins in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Dealer Bob Campbell with the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

Campbell, whose table always has something from off the beaten path, was displaying the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

He valued the 28.22 ounce monster at $ 140,000.

It had been found in the mid-1970s at the top of a pile of tailings at an old mine by a Wisconsin geologist.

As for his sales results, Campbell said, “We did real good.”

Gary Adkins, who is current ANA president, said, “I think it was a fabulous show, very busy. The crowds were great.”

He explained that he remained on the bourse until 5:30 p.m. on Friday night and there were still lots of people there.

“If you come to do business, I think you’ll have a great show,” he said of the event overall.

Dealer opinion was not unanimous.

Jack and Sondra Beymer of Santa Rosa, Calif., were in the negative camp.

Jack said the show was “sleepier than usual.”

Sondra emphasized the point by saying “surprisingly sleepy.”

Part of the reason, Jack explained, was that potential buyers were asking for things he did not bring along to the show.

What did they want?

“Lower grades, circulated Buffaloes and Indian cents. The kind of thing I didn’t bring,” he replied.

“They are putting sets together for their grandchildren,” he said.

This, though, is good news in its way.

Even though this potential demand didn’t help him at the FUN show, it is good to hear that collectors are still building for the future by building sets for their grandchildren.

Buzz blogger Dave Harper won the Numismatic Literary Guild Award for Best Blog for the third time in 2017. He is editor of the weekly newspaper “Numismatic News.”

 

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California Nanotechnologies Announces Eric Eyerman Appointed as CEO

California Nanotechnologies Corp. (TSX VENTURE: CNO) (OTCQB: CANOF) (“Cal Nano” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce changes to its management.

The Company is pleased to announce that Eric Eyerman, currently Interim CEO, has been appointed CEO.

“The Board has been pleased with the progress that Cal Nano has been making under Eric’s interim leadership. We think that the company is well positioned to grow as he takes over the CEO role,” said Roger Dent, Director.

For further information, please contact:

Eric Eyerman, CEO
T:   (562)-991-5211
E:   info@calnanocorp.com
W:  www.calnanocorp.com

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Except for statements of historical fact, this news release contains certain “forward-looking information” within the meaning of applicable securities law. Forward-looking information is frequently characterized by words such as “plan”, “expect”, “project”, “intend”, “believe”, “anticipate”, “estimate” and other similar words, or statements that certain events or conditions “may” or “will” occur. In particular, forward-looking information in this press release includes, but is not limited to the expected future performance of the Company. Although we believe that the expectations reflected in the forward-looking information are reasonable, there can be no assurance that such expectations will prove to be correct. We cannot guarantee future results, performance or achievements. Consequently, there is no representation that the actual results achieved will be the same, in whole or in part, as those set out in the forward-looking information. Forward-looking information is based on the opinions and estimates of management at the date the statements are made, and are subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual events or results to differ materially from those anticipated in the forward-looking information. Some of the risks and other factors that could cause the results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking information include, but are not limited to: general economic conditions in Canada, the United States and globally; industry conditions, governmental regulation, including environmental regulation; unanticipated operating events or performance; failure to obtain industry partner and other third party consents and approvals, if and when required; the availability of capital on acceptable terms; the need to obtain required approvals from regulatory authorities; stock market volatility; competition for, among other things, capital, skilled personnel and supplies; changes in tax laws; and the other risk factors disclosed under our profile on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. Readers are cautioned that this list of risk factors should not be construed as exhaustive.

The forward-looking information contained in this news release is expressly qualified by this cautionary statement. We undertake no duty to update any of the forward-looking information to conform such information to actual results or to changes in our expectations except as otherwise required by applicable securities legislation. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking information.

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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Coin dealers say they had great bourse sales

Both candidates for president of the American Numismatic Association had tables on the bourse floor of the Florida United Numismatists Convention Jan. 10-13 in Orlando.

Both joined the vast majority of dealers who said they had good commercial results.

“It has exceeded our expectation,” said Tiburon, Calif., dealer Don Kagin.

His results helped break a slack few months in the numismatic business generally.

“The market has been in the doldrums for months,” he said.

In Orlando, it was very different. Collectors were buying.

“We have been nonstop busy, coins, currency, exonumia. They want to buy coins again. They are here, and they want to buy,” Kagin said.

Col. Steven Ellsworth (ret.) of Nashville, Tenn., said, “It was pretty good. Yesterday was real good. Today (Saturday) was steady.”

His specialty is early copper coinage.

“The really nice pieces sell really well. The lower-grade common stuff nobody wants. Everything is moving to slabs,” he explained.

Ancients dealer James Beach of Owosso, Mich., said, “I say this show started really well. It was very busy opening day.”

He added, “We are continuing to see great traffic. I had a great show.”

Beach noted the conflict between the FUN show dates and the New York International Numismatic Convention going on simultaneously.

“I had better collector sales here versus New York,” he said.

Patchogue, N.Y., dealer Harry Miller of Miller’s Mint said, “I’ve been swamped the whole show,” hardly looking up from a box of coins brought to his table by another attendee who was seated across from him.

Error dealer Fred Weinberg of Encino, Calif., described the show as “one of the most well-attended FUN shows I’ve seen in years.

“Friday business was unexpected. Hearing from other dealers, everything was very, very active,” he said.

One dealer was so fired up about business at FUN that he came up behind me and slapped me on the shoulder to get my attention while I was speaking to another.

“’Good show. Put it down’ [in my notebook] Salisbury, Md., dealer Gus Tiso enthusiastically exclaimed while I was talking to Bob Campbell of All About Coins in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Dealer Bob Campbell with the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

Campbell, whose table always has something from off the beaten path, was displaying the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

He valued the 28.22 ounce monster at $ 140,000.

It had been found in the mid-1970s at the top of a pile of tailings at an old mine by a Wisconsin geologist.

As for his sales results, Campbell said, “We did real good.”

Gary Adkins, who is current ANA president, said, “I think it was a fabulous show, very busy. The crowds were great.”

He explained that he remained on the bourse until 5:30 p.m. on Friday night and there were still lots of people there.

“If you come to do business, I think you’ll have a great show,” he said of the event overall.

Dealer opinion was not unanimous.

Jack and Sondra Beymer of Santa Rosa, Calif., were in the negative camp.

Jack said the show was “sleepier than usual.”

Sondra emphasized the point by saying “surprisingly sleepy.”

Part of the reason, Jack explained, was that potential buyers were asking for things he did not bring along to the show.

What did they want?

“Lower grades, circulated Buffaloes and Indian cents. The kind of thing I didn’t bring,” he replied.

“They are putting sets together for their grandchildren,” he said.

This, though, is good news in its way.

Even though this potential demand didn’t help him at the FUN show, it is good to hear that collectors are still building for the future by building sets for their grandchildren.

Buzz blogger Dave Harper won the Numismatic Literary Guild Award for Best Blog for the third time in 2017. He is editor of the weekly newspaper “Numismatic News.”

 

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Cannvas Showcases The Power of Data and Analytics in Its Quest to Become “Google of Cannabis Data”

Cannvas MedTech (CSE:MTEC), a leading digital cannabis educator and business technology company, is pleased to report it continues toward its goal of becoming the leading social and census data collection agency of the cannabis industry. With over one million cannabis consumer data points collected since the launch of its digital cannabis education platform Cannvas.Me, Cannvas is well-positioned to accelerate its data collection and analysis within the industry.

“With the breadth of data we collect from the cannabis industry, from Canada to Germany and other countries across the world where we have a growing user base, Cannvas Data is positioning itself to deliver timely, accurate and relevant information to organizations looking to tailor their production and marketing efforts to an ever-evolving audience of consumers, health advocates, physicians, lawmakers, investors and producers,” said Shawn Moniz, Chief Executive Officer, Cannvas MedTech Inc. “The idea is that companies can drill down to determine the needs of a retired 65-year-old man in Montreal with sleep issues, compared to those of a working 65-year-old man in rural Alberta with chronic pain, and deliver information and products pertinent to those conditions. We as an industry must deliver a personalized experience to our consumer base if we are to continue increasing our credibility.”

With thousands of users signed up and active on the Cannvas.Me platform since its October 2018 launch, the site continues to experience sustained growth as it delivers free and physician-backed cannabis education using artificial intelligence to contextualize and adapt to its users while collecting valuable industry and customer data points. The Company’s Cannvas Data branch uses the same advanced technology to closely analyze and process data points to reveal highly-focused and relevant cannabis industry insights.

“Our data sets us apart within the industry, as our Cannvas.Me platform continually collects global data relevant to cannabis sectors that we can then feed back into the industry,” said Steve Loutskou, Chief Operating Officer, Global Markets, Cannvas MedTech Inc. “Expansion of our user base through key partnerships within and outside the cannabis industry translates into a richer set of data and insights into cannabis consumption, a key revenue-generating driver of our business.”

Cannvas Data uses machine-learning algorithms and artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze cannabis industry trends, opportunities and challenges and create detailed reports for a range of sectors including education, medical and health sciences, government and the cannabis sector itself. Through the partnership network established by Cannvas.Me with recognized healthcare and education providers, such as Namaste, Hi-Jane and Advica Health, Cannvas Data is increasing the amount of data it processes nearly every day. NamasteMD alone brings a reach extending across 20 countries with a database of nearly two million users. The result is an ongoing anonymized analysis of what cannabis consumers across Canada are seeking out, from education and methods of ingestion to products, producers and prescriptions.

Through Cannvas Health, the Company has entered into agreements with leading health care and education organizations, as well as dispensaries and cannabis brands, to provide white label solutions for digital cannabis education opportunities powered by the Cannvas.Me platform. This exposure expands the ability of Cannvas Data to comb through vast networks with millions of users volunteering their cannabis inquiries and habits as they navigate learning modules and informational articles on the potential health benefits of cannabis as an alternative treatment. Aiming to be among the international authorities of unbiased and arm’s-length information on the cannabis sector, Cannvas Data continues to work with those in the industry to paint a clearer picture of the marketplace and its needs at present and in the future.

Cannvas MedTech also recently joined the Global Cannabis Partnership (GCP), a collective of leaders in the government-sanctioned, adult-use recreational cannabis industry, as a Member organization. The goal of the GCP is to develop an international standard for the safe and responsible production, distribution and consumption of legal recreational cannabis and help shape the face of social responsibility in the cannabis industry. Its main objectives are to build credibility for government agencies, industry and partners through responsible practices, align and leverage common principles and practices across diverse jurisdictions, and help partners mitigate negative impacts and leverage best practices from within and outside the industry to protect and enhance social licence to operate, with a view to minimizing harm.

Additionally, the Company issued a total of 58,703 common shares (the “Shares”) at a deemed value of $ 0.30 per Share to certain persons for certain consulting fees owed totaling approximately $ 17,610.90. Cannvas also issued an aggregate of 1,000,000 Shares of the Company at a deemed value of $ 0.30 per Share to certain related parties of the Company, pursuant to the achievement of certain milestones and in accordance with their respective consulting agreements.

About Cannvas MedTech Inc.

Cannvas MedTech is a leading digital cannabis education and business technology company within the health sciences space. We design and build patient-centric platforms that enable our partners to harness the power of data to truly understand their customers.

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Coin dealers say they had great bourse sales

Both candidates for president of the American Numismatic Association had tables on the bourse floor of the Florida United Numismatists Convention Jan. 10-13 in Orlando.

Both joined the vast majority of dealers who said they had good commercial results.

“It has exceeded our expectation,” said Tiburon, Calif., dealer Don Kagin.

His results helped break a slack few months in the numismatic business generally.

“The market has been in the doldrums for months,” he said.

In Orlando, it was very different. Collectors were buying.

“We have been nonstop busy, coins, currency, exonumia. They want to buy coins again. They are here, and they want to buy,” Kagin said.

Col. Steven Ellsworth (ret.) of Nashville, Tenn., said, “It was pretty good. Yesterday was real good. Today (Saturday) was steady.”

His specialty is early copper coinage.

“The really nice pieces sell really well. The lower-grade common stuff nobody wants. Everything is moving to slabs,” he explained.

Ancients dealer James Beach of Owosso, Mich., said, “I say this show started really well. It was very busy opening day.”

He added, “We are continuing to see great traffic. I had a great show.”

Beach noted the conflict between the FUN show dates and the New York International Numismatic Convention going on simultaneously.

“I had better collector sales here versus New York,” he said.

Patchogue, N.Y., dealer Harry Miller of Miller’s Mint said, “I’ve been swamped the whole show,” hardly looking up from a box of coins brought to his table by another attendee who was seated across from him.

Error dealer Fred Weinberg of Encino, Calif., described the show as “one of the most well-attended FUN shows I’ve seen in years.

“Friday business was unexpected. Hearing from other dealers, everything was very, very active,” he said.

One dealer was so fired up about business at FUN that he came up behind me and slapped me on the shoulder to get my attention while I was speaking to another.

“’Good show. Put it down’ [in my notebook] Salisbury, Md., dealer Gus Tiso enthusiastically exclaimed while I was talking to Bob Campbell of All About Coins in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Dealer Bob Campbell with the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

Campbell, whose table always has something from off the beaten path, was displaying the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

He valued the 28.22 ounce monster at $ 140,000.

It had been found in the mid-1970s at the top of a pile of tailings at an old mine by a Wisconsin geologist.

As for his sales results, Campbell said, “We did real good.”

Gary Adkins, who is current ANA president, said, “I think it was a fabulous show, very busy. The crowds were great.”

He explained that he remained on the bourse until 5:30 p.m. on Friday night and there were still lots of people there.

“If you come to do business, I think you’ll have a great show,” he said of the event overall.

Dealer opinion was not unanimous.

Jack and Sondra Beymer of Santa Rosa, Calif., were in the negative camp.

Jack said the show was “sleepier than usual.”

Sondra emphasized the point by saying “surprisingly sleepy.”

Part of the reason, Jack explained, was that potential buyers were asking for things he did not bring along to the show.

What did they want?

“Lower grades, circulated Buffaloes and Indian cents. The kind of thing I didn’t bring,” he replied.

“They are putting sets together for their grandchildren,” he said.

This, though, is good news in its way.

Even though this potential demand didn’t help him at the FUN show, it is good to hear that collectors are still building for the future by building sets for their grandchildren.

Buzz blogger Dave Harper won the Numismatic Literary Guild Award for Best Blog for the third time in 2017. He is editor of the weekly newspaper “Numismatic News.”

 

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How Local Producers Benefit from Legalized Cannabis in Quebec

Legalized cannabis in Quebec is drawing interest from investors as the province adopts a new landscape for recreational cannabis.

In the lead up to Canada-wide cannabis legalization, Quebec wasn’t exactly seen as the epicenter of cannabis opportunity. The province has historically been among the most conservative in the country when it comes to popular opinion on cannabis use and provincial government policy throughout the process of preparing for legalization day reflected that.

When October 17 2018 finally arrived, however, the demand for legal cannabis in the nation’s second largest consumer market was made clear. With lines winding down the streets around government-run Société québécoise du cannabis (SQC) outlets, the first 15 hours of legal cannabis in Quebec saw 12,500 in-person sales according to the retail network’s own data. In the weeks since, demand has continued to overwhelm the province’s retail setup.

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While it’s clear that further development is needed for Quebec’s cannabis industry laws and retail scheme to effectively serve its market demand, the situation shows clear opportunity for the province’s licensed growers who are producing a product that retailers literally can’t keep on the shelves. On top of the benefits of growing market demand, Quebec is also quietly offering licensed producers some important advantages.

Legal cannabis in Quebec so far

After two years of preparing policy for cannabis legalization, the Quebec provincial government unveiled its plans for regulation in November of 2017. The regulatory scheme was and still is among the most restrictive in the country. The Quebec government has set up 20 provincially run retail stores across the province as well as government run online sales to act as the sole points of sale for Québécois consumers to buy cannabis. The province has only issued licenses to 12 companies for cannabis production and personal home growing is strictly prohibited.

In the summer of 2018, Deloitte Canada released their 2018 Cannabis Report, projecting the Quebec cannabis market to be worth anywhere from $ 42 million to $ 1 billion in a total Canadian market worth between $ 1.81 and 4.34 billion.

The massive rush of Quebec consumers looking to buy legal cannabis and overwhelming the province’s retail system have subsided somewhat in the months following legalization. However, the SQC is still not able to keep up and has resorted to cutting the operational hours of retail locations due to an inability to hold enough stock on shelves.

On the regulatory side of things, further development is underway. The federal and provincial governments are working on regulations that will allow for the sale of edible cannabis products by October 2019. Further regulation on topical cannabis products are also underway. The Quebec government has also been mulling legislation to raise the legal age to purchase cannabis products from 18 to 21.

Advantages to cannabis production in Quebec

With only a few licensed producers in the province and cannabis supply extremely limited, the Québécois cannabis consumer might have a fair bit to complain about regarding Quebec’s legal cannabis landscape. For those few producers that are licensed in the province, however, the situation is actually quite ideal. Quebec’s cannabis producers face an uncrowded market for a product in extremely high demand. When coupled with a strong post-secondary education system, an uncrowded cannabis industry also means that Quebec producers have a proportionally deep skilled workforce compared to the rest of the country.

Quebec offers the lowest energy costs of any Canadian province, a benefit enjoyed by all types of commercial operations in the province. For cannabis production in particular, this is a huge selling point since between grow lighting, ventilation, climate control and more, indoor cannabis growing operations can be extremely energy intensive.

Perhaps the greatest advantage for licensed cannabis producers in Quebec is the province’s loyalty to its own domestic production industry. The government of Quebec owns all cannabis retail in the province, and the government has made clear that it intends to source all of its product from within the province rather than buying from other provinces. By sourcing the entire province’s cannabis supply from its handful of domestic growers, the SQC has effectively guaranteed its producers that they will never have leftover supply. Everything Quebec cannabis producers grow they will sell.

Landscape for legalized cannabis in Quebec

Among the handful of licensed cannabis producers in Quebec is Matica Enterprises (CSE:MMJ,FWB:39N,OTC Pink:MQPXF). Matica is building greenhouses and planning outdoor growing on a 181-acre property in Hemmingford, south of Montreal. The company plans to build 1 million square feet of greenhouse space in five stages over the next several years with 400,000 square feet to be completed by the end of 2019. The property also includes 30 acres of land set aside for outdoor growing. According the Matica, the Hemmingford municipality is fully supportive of the operation. Matica’s Quebec partner, RoyalMax Biotechnology Canada Inc.’s has recently received a cultivation license from Health Canada. The new, state of the art, growing facility is situated in Dorval, on Montreal’s west island.

MYM Nutraceuticals (CSE:MYM) is developing a 1.5 million-square-foot facility in Weedon with the stated goal of making the town “Canada’s Cannabis Capital.” Hydropothecary (TSX:THCX) is the largest licensed producer in Quebec and is set to provide the province with 20,000 kilograms of cannabis product within the first year of legalization. Other producers in Quebec include Agri-Médic ASP, Agro-Biotech, Aurora Cannabis Enterprises (TSX:ACB,OTCQB:ACBFF,FWB:21P), IsoCanMed and Vert Cannabis.

Takeaway

Quebec’s historical conservatism towards cannabis is no reason to count the province out as a source of opportunity as Canada becomes the world leader in legal cannabis. For the companies that gain licenses in Quebec, the province offers some of the lowest-cost production in the country and the assurance that the product will certainly be sold right there in Quebec.

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Coin dealers say they had great bourse sales

Both candidates for president of the American Numismatic Association had tables on the bourse floor of the Florida United Numismatists Convention Jan. 10-13 in Orlando.

Both joined the vast majority of dealers who said they had good commercial results.

“It has exceeded our expectation,” said Tiburon, Calif., dealer Don Kagin.

His results helped break a slack few months in the numismatic business generally.

“The market has been in the doldrums for months,” he said.

In Orlando, it was very different. Collectors were buying.

“We have been nonstop busy, coins, currency, exonumia. They want to buy coins again. They are here, and they want to buy,” Kagin said.

Col. Steven Ellsworth (ret.) of Nashville, Tenn., said, “It was pretty good. Yesterday was real good. Today (Saturday) was steady.”

His specialty is early copper coinage.

“The really nice pieces sell really well. The lower-grade common stuff nobody wants. Everything is moving to slabs,” he explained.

Ancients dealer James Beach of Owosso, Mich., said, “I say this show started really well. It was very busy opening day.”

He added, “We are continuing to see great traffic. I had a great show.”

Beach noted the conflict between the FUN show dates and the New York International Numismatic Convention going on simultaneously.

“I had better collector sales here versus New York,” he said.

Patchogue, N.Y., dealer Harry Miller of Miller’s Mint said, “I’ve been swamped the whole show,” hardly looking up from a box of coins brought to his table by another attendee who was seated across from him.

Error dealer Fred Weinberg of Encino, Calif., described the show as “one of the most well-attended FUN shows I’ve seen in years.

“Friday business was unexpected. Hearing from other dealers, everything was very, very active,” he said.

One dealer was so fired up about business at FUN that he came up behind me and slapped me on the shoulder to get my attention while I was speaking to another.

“’Good show. Put it down’ [in my notebook] Salisbury, Md., dealer Gus Tiso enthusiastically exclaimed while I was talking to Bob Campbell of All About Coins in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Dealer Bob Campbell with the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

Campbell, whose table always has something from off the beaten path, was displaying the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

He valued the 28.22 ounce monster at $ 140,000.

It had been found in the mid-1970s at the top of a pile of tailings at an old mine by a Wisconsin geologist.

As for his sales results, Campbell said, “We did real good.”

Gary Adkins, who is current ANA president, said, “I think it was a fabulous show, very busy. The crowds were great.”

He explained that he remained on the bourse until 5:30 p.m. on Friday night and there were still lots of people there.

“If you come to do business, I think you’ll have a great show,” he said of the event overall.

Dealer opinion was not unanimous.

Jack and Sondra Beymer of Santa Rosa, Calif., were in the negative camp.

Jack said the show was “sleepier than usual.”

Sondra emphasized the point by saying “surprisingly sleepy.”

Part of the reason, Jack explained, was that potential buyers were asking for things he did not bring along to the show.

What did they want?

“Lower grades, circulated Buffaloes and Indian cents. The kind of thing I didn’t bring,” he replied.

“They are putting sets together for their grandchildren,” he said.

This, though, is good news in its way.

Even though this potential demand didn’t help him at the FUN show, it is good to hear that collectors are still building for the future by building sets for their grandchildren.

Buzz blogger Dave Harper won the Numismatic Literary Guild Award for Best Blog for the third time in 2017. He is editor of the weekly newspaper “Numismatic News.”

 

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5 Top Weekly TSXV Stocks: Zenith Energy Streaks Ahead

Last Friday (January 18), the S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index (INDEXTSI:JX) was fair flat, rising by 0.55 points, or 0.09 percent, to reach 595.18.

In news last week, investors developed an appetite for risk with the gold price taking a little dip as a result, while over in base metals, copper, zinc and nickel were up to varying degrees.

On a macro level, global news is dominated by US and UK drama, and a developing tiff between Canada and China over drug smuggling, Huawei and travel advisories.

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INN took a look at the Toronto Venture Exchange to see how the juniors in the commodities and energy sector were faring, read on to find out the top five gainers for the week.

  • Zenith Energy (TSXV:ZEE)
  • QMX Gold (TSXV:QMX)
  • Euro Manganese (TSXV:EMN)
  • Primeline Energy Holdings (TSXV:PEH)
  • Tsodilo Resources (TSXV:TSD)

Read on to find out what each company has been up to lately.

Zenith Energy

Dual-listed Zenith Energy is an oil and gas company with a focus on countries with “strong asset protection and a business atmosphere conducive to stable and profitable production activities.”

With that in mind, Zenith is the operator of the largest onshore oil field in Azerbaijan, and has an Italian subsidiary producing electricity, condensate and natural gas.

On the TSXV, Zenith fared well with the news of the campaign and the CEO’s comments, with the company’s shares up 175 percent to C$ 0.11 by last Friday.

QMX Gold

Quebec-based explorer QMX Gold is focused on its mining camp in Val d’Or in the west of the province.

Its most recent news was on an ongoing drill campaign at the Bonneford South target at the camp, with the company reporting it had intersected 29.8 grams per tonne (g/t) of gold over 3 meters and 19.3 g/t over 3.2 metres.

While that news was from January 8, QMX has enjoyed a jump in value this week up to C$ 0.1 — or by 53.85 percent.

Euro Manganese

Canadian company Euro Manganese is unsurprisingly focused on the battery metal, with its interests in developing a manganese production based on recycling tailings from a facility in Czechia.

Its flagship is the Chvaletice project, which it hopes to develop into a high-purity provider of manganese products. It acquired the holder of exploration rights around Chvaletice in 2016.

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The company’s most recent news was an increase in the resource estimate for Chvaletice in mid-December last year.

On the TSXV last week, Euro Manganese was up by 42.11 percent, trading at C$ 0.27 on Friday.

Primeline Energy Holdings

Toronto-listed, China-based Primeline Energy Holdings describes itself as having been operating in the Chinese offshore petroleum industry in a joint venture with China National Offshore Oil Corporation, for over 20 years, with substantial offshore exploration licenses in the East China Sea.

The company’s most recent release was a production update — way back in mid-November last year.

Regardless, energy was a theme last week with Primeline enjoying a 37.5 percent increase in value in Toronto, trading at C$ 0.055 by Friday.

Tsodilo Resources

Diamond, base and precious metals explorer Tsodilo Resources is currently exploring northwest Botswana for diamonds, though it also maintains an iron project in the country.

In its most recent news in early January, Tsodilo announced a limited grant of stock options to officers and senior employees of the company. More exciting news was from back in November 2018, when it announced a diamond parcel valuation.

In Toronto Tsodilo was trading up 36.96 percent, reaching C$ 0.315 by Friday.

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Coin dealers say they had great bourse sales

Both candidates for president of the American Numismatic Association had tables on the bourse floor of the Florida United Numismatists Convention Jan. 10-13 in Orlando.

Both joined the vast majority of dealers who said they had good commercial results.

“It has exceeded our expectation,” said Tiburon, Calif., dealer Don Kagin.

His results helped break a slack few months in the numismatic business generally.

“The market has been in the doldrums for months,” he said.

In Orlando, it was very different. Collectors were buying.

“We have been nonstop busy, coins, currency, exonumia. They want to buy coins again. They are here, and they want to buy,” Kagin said.

Col. Steven Ellsworth (ret.) of Nashville, Tenn., said, “It was pretty good. Yesterday was real good. Today (Saturday) was steady.”

His specialty is early copper coinage.

“The really nice pieces sell really well. The lower-grade common stuff nobody wants. Everything is moving to slabs,” he explained.

Ancients dealer James Beach of Owosso, Mich., said, “I say this show started really well. It was very busy opening day.”

He added, “We are continuing to see great traffic. I had a great show.”

Beach noted the conflict between the FUN show dates and the New York International Numismatic Convention going on simultaneously.

“I had better collector sales here versus New York,” he said.

Patchogue, N.Y., dealer Harry Miller of Miller’s Mint said, “I’ve been swamped the whole show,” hardly looking up from a box of coins brought to his table by another attendee who was seated across from him.

Error dealer Fred Weinberg of Encino, Calif., described the show as “one of the most well-attended FUN shows I’ve seen in years.

“Friday business was unexpected. Hearing from other dealers, everything was very, very active,” he said.

One dealer was so fired up about business at FUN that he came up behind me and slapped me on the shoulder to get my attention while I was speaking to another.

“’Good show. Put it down’ [in my notebook] Salisbury, Md., dealer Gus Tiso enthusiastically exclaimed while I was talking to Bob Campbell of All About Coins in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Dealer Bob Campbell with the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

Campbell, whose table always has something from off the beaten path, was displaying the second-largest gold nugget ever found in the state of Arizona.

He valued the 28.22 ounce monster at $ 140,000.

It had been found in the mid-1970s at the top of a pile of tailings at an old mine by a Wisconsin geologist.

As for his sales results, Campbell said, “We did real good.”

Gary Adkins, who is current ANA president, said, “I think it was a fabulous show, very busy. The crowds were great.”

He explained that he remained on the bourse until 5:30 p.m. on Friday night and there were still lots of people there.

“If you come to do business, I think you’ll have a great show,” he said of the event overall.

Dealer opinion was not unanimous.

Jack and Sondra Beymer of Santa Rosa, Calif., were in the negative camp.

Jack said the show was “sleepier than usual.”

Sondra emphasized the point by saying “surprisingly sleepy.”

Part of the reason, Jack explained, was that potential buyers were asking for things he did not bring along to the show.

What did they want?

“Lower grades, circulated Buffaloes and Indian cents. The kind of thing I didn’t bring,” he replied.

“They are putting sets together for their grandchildren,” he said.

This, though, is good news in its way.

Even though this potential demand didn’t help him at the FUN show, it is good to hear that collectors are still building for the future by building sets for their grandchildren.

Buzz blogger Dave Harper won the Numismatic Literary Guild Award for Best Blog for the third time in 2017. He is editor of the weekly newspaper “Numismatic News.”

 

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VRIC 2019, Day 1: Notes from the Floor

This year’s Vancouver Resource Investment Conference kicked off on Sunday (January 20) with plenty of presentations from thought leaders, experts and companies.

Held at Canada Place, the first day of the two-day event was well attended, and the Investing News Network team was busy throughout the day.

Below we’ve put together some highlights from the first day. Scroll on to read more about what happened on the floor, and be sure to keep an eye out as we post interviews with some of the most knowledgeable analysts, experts and companies in the resource sector in the next few days.

 

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Day one started with a presentation by Frank Holmes of US Global Investors (NASDAQ:GROW), who talked about the main macro forces that could impact commodities this year.

Next, Holmes and Marin Katusa of Katusa Research moderated a top picks competition with presentations by Eira Thomas of Lucara Diamond (TSX:LUC), Roy Sebag of Mene (TSXV:MENE), Denis Laviolette of GoldSpot Discoveries, Greg Smith of Equinox Gold (TSXV:EQX), Amir Adnani of Uranium Energy (NYSEAMERICAN:UEC) and GoldMining (TSX:GOLD), and Mike Davies of Gran Colombia Gold (TSX:GCM).

Following the competition, Holmes, Sebag, Peter Hug of Kitco Metals and Peter Schiff of Euro Pacific Capital answered questions from Daniela Cambone of Kitco Metals about gold’s future this year.

Workshops conducted by David Erfle of Junior Miner Junky, Peter Spina of GoldSeek.com, Mercenary Geologist Mickey Fulp and Jeff Clark of GoldSilver.com were another highlight of the morning.

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After lunch, investors were ready to take in more talks, this time featuring Eric Townsend of Macro Voices, Jeff Klenda of Ur-Energy (TSX:URE), Andrew O’Donnell of Supercharged Stocks, Jeffrey Christian of CPM Group, Philip O’Neil of MP1 Capital and Gianni Kovacevic of CopperBank Resources (CSE:CBK).

Another high note in the afternoon was a debate between Katusa and Timothy Sykes of TLC Media. Sykes became a self-made millionaire by the age of 21, trading thousands of penny stocks. Katusa asked Sykes about his strategies, what he thinks about the resource space and how mining can attract younger generations.

Later in the afternoon, Rex Murphy of CBC and the National Post shared his thoughts on Canada’s resource economy.

The day wrapped up with a panel moderated by Katusa featuring Brent Johnson of Santiago Capital, Townsend, Sykes, Murphy and Schiff. The discussion covered gold, the US dollar and oil, and what’s ahead for each space. 

The editorial team was busy conducting interviews with many of the speakers on day one, including Brian Leni of Junior Stock Review, David Morgan of the Morgan Report, US Global Investors’ Holmes, CPM Group’s Christian and many more.

Follow along on Twitter on Monday (January 21) as we cover day two of the conference, and stay tuned as we begin to post video interviews and other coverage.

Don’t forget to follow us @INN_Resource for real-time updates!

Securities Disclosure: I, Priscila Barrera, hold no direct investment interest in any company mentioned in this article.

 

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