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We the buyers, who have bought precious metals in order to “hedge against inflation,” have a problem. Continue reading
I am and I always will be a numismatist. I am only 11 years of age, going on 12. And I already know my calling for life. Continue reading
“Coin & Country: Celebrating Civic Service” is the theme for the 91st annual National Coin Week, April 20-26. Continue reading
Why was the American Arts Gold Medallion program discontinued? Continue reading
In the Oct. 1 issue of Numismatic News, longtime NN contributor Paul Green states that, “The precise reason for the Eisenhower dollar was not really for use in commerce. It was simply a case of wanting to do something to honor Dwight D. Eisenhower after his death in 1969.”
I heard a different version. Continue reading
More than $36 million was realized Sept. 25-29 in auctions of U.S. and world coins and paper money conducted by Heritage Auctions at the Long Beach, Calif., Coin, Stamp & Sports Collectible Expo. Continue reading
More than 65 people attended the 2013 California State Numismatic Association (CSNA) Northern California Educational Symposium on Sept. 28. Continue reading
How can I determine which Mint State grade my uncertified Morgan dollars are in? Continue reading
Jim Charlton, who died Sept. 20, was a long and dear friend of mine. Continue reading
The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation certified “Tacasyl Collection of Magnificent United States Proof Gold Coins” was sold by Bonhams in Los Angeles on Sept. 23 with several world record prices achieved. Continue reading