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- Letters to the Editor (Oct. 6, 2015) Writings of Asian languages differI am writing this in response to Klaus Schwalfenberg’s letter in the Sept. 8 issue of Numismatic News.To us Westerners, the characters and symbols of the Asian languages, specifically Chinese, Japanese, and Ko...
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In the December 2011 issue of Bank Note Reporter Mark Hotz wrote, “No National Bank Notes are known to have survived from the First National Bank of Rhyolite [Nev.]. Decades of determined collectors have tried to find one, to no … Continue reading
North American coins are fun and easy to collect – but rarely are they displayed in an organized manner. Most people have coins tucked away in jars, containers, drawers, cups, and in between their couch cushions. We’ve put together a … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc Controversial legislation regarding the future sales of cultural property including coins is sending ripples through the coin and antiquity markets in Germany. The proposed law was described in a July 10 e-mail from German auction house Ketterer … Continue reading
A superb New South Wales Holey Dollar of 1813 realized $350,307 [AUD477,000] when it went up on the block at Noble Numismatics’ July sale in Sydney, Australia. This was the first time the coin had been offered at auction. The … Continue reading
Forty lots of Anglo-Saxon silver pennies representing All The Kings of England provided a central focus at Spink’s mid-summer London coin and medal sale on July 15. The delightful and historically important collection held special meaning for Team Spink. It … Continue reading
Ike set ordering disgraceful Are you aware of the disgraceful and unfair situation which occurred today while attempting to order the Eisenhower Coin and Chronicles sets? I, along with many others, were online at noon sharp to purchase two of … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc Napoleon is meeting his Waterloo – again, as Belgium surprised France by going ahead with the sale of its 2½ euro coins marking Napoleon’s defeat despite France’s official protests regarding a previously planned issue. France initially outmaneuvered … Continue reading
The days of the $1 bill would be numbered if the Unified Savings and Accountability Act is passed by Congress. But the ragbag bill does not make a clean kill of the denomination. It buries it in legalese near a … Continue reading
A buying frenzy for the 2015 High Relief $100 gold piece ran out of fizz before sellout. Buyers took 36,686 pieces of an available 50,000 on the first day of sales July. 30. In the first hour alone, the Mint … Continue reading