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Gary Rosencrans

Co-Owner

Gary's Coins & Stamps

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Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Mead-Witter Building


Affiliations

Community Progress Initiative

Committee Member


Web References(11 Total References)


www.numismatics-community.com

Gary Rosencrans, owner of Gary's Coins, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., says Mercury dimes are among his best sellers and their centennial will only reinforce that.
"There will be a lot of publicity about the coins and that should drive up interest," he said. Rosencrans agreed, saying that promotion companies will probably market 1916 and 1916-S Mercury dimes, but will shy away from the 1916-D. "Promotion companies don't like to spend too much on the coins," he said. "At large coin shows like FUN, I'll see at least 150 of them," Rosencrans said. Rosencrans said a few dates stand out as particularly strong sellers right now. "Dates I watch for are the 1924-D, 1925-S, 1926-S and the 1920-S," he said.


charlestoncoins.com [cached]

"We bought $1000 and sold $30,000," reports Gary Rosencrans of Gary's Coins & Stamps in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
That's an impressive sum for a local shop that emphasizes classic collector coins over bullion. "The silver order that came in today is all gone," Rosencrans said.


www.certifiedgoldexchange.com [cached]

Gary Rosencrans, owner of Gary's Coins in Wisconsin Rapids, said coin dealers use a guidebook that changes weekly with updated prices based on the fluctuating precious metals market, demand, and recent sales.
It was Rosencrans who allowed Daniels to use the set of five silver coins.


www.progressinitiative.com [cached]

Progress has been made in changing the entrepreneurial culture in the area, but there is work to be done, said Gary Rosencrans, owner of Gary's Coin & Stamps, 210 W. Grand Ave.
Rosencrans is a supporter of the Initiative, and worked on starting the local community progress fund. The Initiative works because of where the economic culture was when it started, Rosencrans said. "I think it has to be a success because there was nothing; now we have something," he said.


www.progressinitiative.com [cached]

We'd like to investigate what incentives could be employed in our own downtown, said Gary Rosencrans, owner of Gary's Coin on West Grand Avenue and committed Downtown Cluster member.


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