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By Kerry Rodgers Spink’s final paper money sale of 2015 is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 8 and has much to excite the collector. Apart from the usual large selection of issued notes from across the globe, the supply of essays, … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc The Republic of Ireland will no longer be putting its two cents worth into its money. In fact, Ireland is phasing out all use of its 1- and 2-cent euro coins. Merchants began rounding prices up or … Continue reading
The wait is over. The American Numismatic Association has finished digitizing 127 years of The Numismatist, the organization’s official journal of record. On Dec. 1 ANA members could access over 110,000 pages online. They are from all of the issues … Continue reading
An 1864 $500 Interest Bearing Note, one of only two of its design type known, sold for $352,500 in Stack’s Bowers Galleries’ November Baltimore official currency auction of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Winter Expo, Nov. 5 and 9. The … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc The terrorist group calling itself the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria or ISIS has been bragging for some time that it plans to bring the Western economic systems to their knees by issuing gold and silver … Continue reading
Supplies of 2015 gold American Eagle bullion coins are beginning to run out at the U.S. Mint. On Nov. 13, the quarter-ounce size was gone, according to a Mint announcement. By Nov. 17, the tenth-ounce had also gone off sale … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc A third draft of the amendment to the German Law on the Protection of Cultural Heritage includes provisions that could endanger coin collecting and dealing in Germany. The draft, unveiled on Sept. 14, includes new provisions and … Continue reading
The Saratoga quarter launch ceremony proved on Nov. 17 what a well designed quarter introduced in the right place at the right time can do. Depicted on the reverse of the final 2015 America the Beautiful quarter is the transfer … Continue reading
Before Michigan’s sales and use tax exemption on the retail sales of rare coins and precious metals took effect in July 1999, I can’t count how many times that prospective customers commented, “You mean there is sales tax on money?” … Continue reading