Originally from sullivannumismatics.com
Although the Coronavirus has left many of us working from home, or working with restrictions, it is great to see that the coin collecting community and the dealers are for the most part, fairly close to "business as usual." Of course, these restrictions make it more difficult to do simple things like delivering mail to the post office, or interacting with customers or other dealers in person (coin shows are shut down across the United States, for example), the internet is a thriving place for collectors and dealers. With a few clicks, photos and prices can be sent to customers, and with Pay Pal payments can be made. The USPS and other mail services are still running, and will continue to, and so shipments can be both sent and received. So although things are more difficult, it's still a thriving marketplace and community of collectors and dealers. We hope all out customers stay safe, and we look forward to helping you do some work building or collection (even if it's just through phone calls and the internet!)
We have had a very nice run of major and also less expensive errors lately, which are mostly up on the website (although there is still a quantity of fresh inventory coming down the pipe, which will be listed over the next month or so.) Some of the more interested errors include the 1978-S proof Roosevelt dime split die (which is one of three that we acquired - all different die stages, which is incredible!), and some exciting proof off-metals and more. It's an exciting time to have some fresh, major errors like these on the market, and prior to this, most major errors were coins that were well-known, and had been on and off the market over the last several decades or longer. Truly fresh, major mint errors have been absent from the market, and we are pleased to be able to offer these fresh major errors.
Additionally, as we have recently mentioned in an email to our customers, we have relocated to sunny Florida, and we are quickly getting back up to speed with having had to move all our equipment, inventory, and other resources. It's been a lot of work, but we are glad to have it down and be back in action after a slow down of a few weeks.