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I just severed one of my ties to the past. In this case, the past I am writing about is the recent past when the U.S. Treasury issued new regulations in December 2006 that made it illegal to melt cents and nickels.
In circulated grades the price guides would suggest the 1854-O $3 gold piece is common at least by the standards of the $3 gold coins, which are never common. Continue reading
It’s just under the wire, but the final 2013 First Spouse one-half ounce gold coins were slated to be put on sale just in time for the holidays. Continue reading
Does anyone collect the bags in which coins are transported from the U.S. Mint for distribution? Continue reading
Sometimes you just get a hunch about a coin. Continue reading
Ever since Numismatic News was born more than 60 years ago in a small town in rural Wisconsin, Krause Publications has been at the leading edge of hobby publishing. Continue reading
A 2015 commemorative coin will honor the March of Dimes and the work it does to promote healthy babies, so it makes sense to have images of a baby or mother and baby on the coin. Continue reading
Clifford Mishler asked me at lunch this week how my annual forecasts for 2013 were panning out. Continue reading
Procrastinators will be out of luck if they intended to buy the 2013-W proof silver American Eagle. It has now sold out. Continue reading