- Community Voice Responses (12/24/13) December 11, 2013From the Nov. 29 Numismatic News E-Newsletter: Should Native American Code Talkers be honored with coins in addition to their Congressional Gold medals? Here are some answers sent from our e-newsletter readers to Editor Dave Harper.
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- This week's letters (12/24/13)
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The Buzz with Dave Harper
- Interest grows in silver Eagles Several emails have arrived over the course of the week from an individual who is actively collecting silver American Eagle coins.His position is the more varieties of silver Eagles there are, the better.Worse for me is that he says we do not publ...
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