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- Letters to the Editor (Nov. 10, 2015) Kennedy, Eisenhower worth of C&C SetsSorry to be nit-picky, but, the folks whose letters were published Sept. 22 (print edition) as e-letters did not understand the question as none of the four responses had anything to do with the Coin and Curren...
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By Richard Giedroyc The Royal Canadian Mint is once more demonstrating it is on the cutting edge of technology. The RCM recently unveiled its Bullion DNA Anti-Counterfeiting Technology device, a counter-top device meant to detect fake Gold Maple Leaf and … Continue reading
By Kerry Rodgers Pre-sale reports of Dix Noonan Webb’s late-September sale dwelled largely on the many rarities on offer from the Bullmore, Manville and Cattermole collections. In the event it was a wildcard entry that stole the show. Late in … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc Worthless broken bank notes were churned out by 19th century banks. Did any of these banks issue their own coins? The closest thing we have to what I would have called “broken bank coins” are company store … Continue reading
From the Oct. 16 Numismatic News E-Newsletter: Will the Langbord family ever get back their 10 1933 $20 gold pieces? Here are some answers sent from our e-newsletter readers to Editor Dave Harper. With the huge list of problems this … Continue reading
The letter to the editor in the Oct. 20 edition of Numismatic News predicting the inevitability of a cashless society was very disheartening. His society is not one that I want to be part of. Who wants to live in … Continue reading
Kennedy, Eisenhower worth of C&C Sets Sorry to be nit-picky, but, the folks whose letters were published Sept. 22 (print edition) as e-letters did not understand the question as none of the four responses had anything to do with the … Continue reading
A silver dollar owned for 40 years by the American Numismatic Association has now been certified as a Zerbe proof 1921 Morgan silver dollar. The coin has been graded Proof-63 by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. The chain of events that … Continue reading
Despite the 2015 John F. Kennedy Coin and Chronicles set being unavailable at the Mint, some buyers just don’t want to hold on to them. Sales data puts the total sold at 49,370 sets as of Oct. 11, down 363 … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc Did Adolph A. Weinman have any specific reason for picking the fasces for the reverse of the Mercury dime? A direct quote from the designer: “I selected the fasces and olive branch to symbolize the strength which … Continue reading