bowerspogueOn March 26, Stack’s Bowers founder and noted numismatic author Q. David Bowers sat down with CoinWeek editor Charles Morgan to discuss numismatic history in the making, the upcoming sale of the D. Brent Pogue Rare Coin Cabinet. Bowers, whose career spans more than sixty years, has been at the center of many of the 20th and 21st century’s most celebrated rare coin sales. He shares with CoinWeek what it’s like bear witness to numismatic history, his opinions on the place of the Pogue Collection amongst the greatest historic collections, and whether it’s possible for future collectors to top this very special connoisseur assemblage of rare United States coins.

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  1. I was fortunate enough to have the chance to communicate with Mr.Bowers by e-mail 5 or 6 years ago. I was looking for Amon Carters sale catalog whiich was mailed to me early. He & Dad grew up to gether, played golf together.. Could nor find mine & we must have talked at least 5 eimails. Told him Dad & I were in Amon’s office one Sunday morning before they left to play golf & I actaually got to hold 1804 dollar. Amon helped us begn our collecting in earlt to mid-50’s & as important man as Mr Bowers is, took the time to write me back & forth many times, long mails helping me & guiding me with answers on how, what, when & why to buy, what to look for, if overoaying, so much information. This important man took the time to explain so much with ways & what to look for what to buy according to what I could afford. Just so much information & he took the time with me, just a person he didn’t know.
    Amon would at times buy 500 or 1ooo rolls of coins & sell to his friends many at his cost. I till have a roll of 1976 Krigerands he bought, about 400 rolls, in Oct, 1976 @ $147.60 per coin.
    But for Mr Bowers to actually take his valuable time to give me some help & guide lines , what to watch for is something I’ll never forget & was very special. Shows the kind of gentleman he is. I even bought some Greeks, Roman coins from you all of which I didn’t know enough about. But he taught me patience & I came out okay on them.
    So thank you Mr. Bowers for your valuable time & patience.
    Sincerely,
    L.H. McDaniel,lll
    Ft Worth, Texas, 76107

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