April 18, 2014

Patrick Heller Quoted in Wall Street Journal Article on Record Gold Price

Gold Vaults to New High,” the front-page headline article in today’s issue of The Wall Street Journal quotes Patrick A. Heller, owner of Liberty Coin Service and Premier Coins & Collectibles in Lansing, Michigan, and Coin Update contributor.

When asked about how record high gold prices had affected his business, Heller was quoted that Liberty Coin Service last Friday enjoyed one of its five highest daily sales activities of the past 30 years.  He also stated that some gold coin supplies are drying up and premiums are rising.

His observations have been provided in more detail within his recent precious metals commentaries for CoinUpdate.com. His past commentaries for the site can be found here.

Patrick A. Heller owns Liberty Coin Service, in the Bank of America and Clippert Buildings in the Frandor Shopping Center in Lansing, established in 1971.  It is Michigan’s largest rare coins and precious metals bullion dealership.  He also owns Premier Coins & Collectibles founded in 2009 on Lansing’s west side.  Heller writes a monthly newsletter, Liberty’s Outlook, posted at http://www.libertycoinservice.com.

Heller also writes weekly gold and precious metals commentaries for http://www.numismaster.com and http://coinupdate.com. His radio program on precious metals and rare coins is broadcast every Wednesday at 8:45 AM on 1320 WILS-AM, which also streams live at http://www.1320wils.com.  Recent honors include the 2010 Professional Numismatists Guild Abe Kosoff Founders Award, the 2010 Greater Lansing Entrepreneurial Awards in the Retail category, and the American Numismatic Association Presidential Award in 2008.  As a member of the Michigan Quarter Commission appointed by former Governor John Engler, Heller was the primary author of the written description supplied to the US Mint for the design of the 2004 Michigan quarter, effectively being the unofficial “artist” of the coin.  Heller was recently interviewed by ABCNews.com, Fox Business News, Bloomberg, and London’s Financial Times.

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