Author Archives: Connor Falk

Mint issues Ike dollar, Truman Spouse

The United States Mint has once again released an Eisenhower dollar. The Ike Presidential dollar went on sale April 13 with 29,051 Philadelphia and 26,869 Denver 25-coin rolls, 752 Philadelphia and 731 Denver 100-coin bags and 2,806 Philadelphia and 2,468 … Continue reading

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Follow coin show rules

Like a driver cutting you off in traffic, one bad experience at a coin show can ruin the time and throw you off your collecting mood. At a recent coin show, I pulled out some $100 Confederate notes from a … Continue reading

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Community Voice Responses (5/5/2015)

From the March 17 Numismatic News E-Newsletter: Will their 75,000 mintages make the two dimes in the March of Dimes set valuable? Here are some answers sent from our e-newsletter readers to Editor Dave Harper. Will the set be valuable? … Continue reading

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Eleanor Roosevelt gold sold out?

The 2014 Eleanor Roosevelt First Spouse gold coin appears to be sold out. The United States Mint website no longer lists the coin and the total sold has been removed from the weekly sales report. Latest numbers as of April … Continue reading

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Ridiculous demand, prices for Hoover set

When the United States Mint halted sales of the four 2014 Presidential dollar and First Spouse medal sets, buyers noticed and began a buying frenzy for the $10 sets, sending prices on the secondary market as high as $200 at … Continue reading

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Should a woman’s image replace Jackson on the $20 note?

Bank Note Reporter Editor Robert Van Ryzin wants to know: Should a woman’s image replace Jackson on the $20 note? Let us know your thoughts and feedback on our weekly poll question by entering your comments below or by emailing … Continue reading

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April bullion sales start off light

Authorized Purchasers aren’t in any rush to buy bullion coins from the United States Mint at the start of April. From April 1 to April 7, just 1,000 half-ounce and 10,000 tenth-ounce gold Eagles were sold. In addition, only 1,500 … Continue reading

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U.S. Paper Money Collector Value Pack

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Good to see red with Indian Head cents

Collectors are now turning their eyes and pocketbooks to Indian Head cent varieties, correctly graded key dates and those with original red color. Rick Snow, an expert on Indian Head cents and owner of Eagle Eye Rare Coins, Tucson, Ariz., … Continue reading

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March gold Eagle sales beat last year’s

High demand for gold American Eagles in March of 2015 led sales to more than double compared to orders in March of 2014. In 2014, March saw 21,000 total ounces sold. In 2015, the same month saw Authorized Purchasers order … Continue reading

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