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Many collectors have been astonished by the rapid delivery of 50th anniversary Kennedy half dollar silver sets they ordered starting Oct. 28. Sales in the first five days totaled 125,147. The Mint had 190,000 sets ready to ship and they … Continue reading
With its new website up and running, the American Numismatic Association’s budget for the fiscal year beginning Nov. 1, 2014, drops to $5.7 million compared to $6.35 million the year before. The ANA board of governors voted unanimously to approve … Continue reading
The 29th Annual National Coin and Currency Convention, Nov. 19-23, will be held at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare, 5440 N. River Road, Rosemont, Ill. Featured is a three-session auction by Lyn Knight Currency Auctions, including U.S. and world paper … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc While countries around the world continue to lament the high cost of raw materials used in the composition of coins the lowly enclave of Transdnistria appears to have the answer to the problem —“composition materials”— more specifically … Continue reading
Starting over brings joy back to coin collecting Your editorial “How about making a fresh start?” (Oct. 7) is exactly what I did. I had been a coin collector for many years, As time had gone one, my funds for … Continue reading
From the Oct. 3 Numismatic News E-Newsletter: Is the 30,000 Jackie Kennedy First Spouse gold coin mintage too high? Here are some answers sent from our e-newsletter readers to Editor Dave Harper. Jackie Kennedy’s first spouse gold coin will be … Continue reading
The Central States Numismatic Society has awarded grants totaling $20,000 to six numismatic authors to research and publish information on topics ranging from elongated coins to early half dollars. CSNS Education Director Ray Lockwood, who oversees the authors grant program, … Continue reading
Two U.S. coins are competing for the 2015 Coin of the Year Award. An enhanced uncirculated 2013 silver American Eagle is one of 10 nominations in the Best Silver Coin category and a Mount Rushmore quarter is one of nine … Continue reading
Coin collectors take great care with proper storage of their coins, but coins are not always so pampered. A $15,000 rarity came to Los Angeles, Calif., dealer Larry Goldberg over the counter at what he called an old-time coin shop … Continue reading