Author Archives: Debbie Bradley

March for voting rights remembered

Thousands of people marched for voting rights 50 years ago in Selma, Ala., and a Congressional Gold Medal will mark that journey. The design for Foot Soldiers of the 1965 Selma to Montgomery Voting Rights March medal was reviewed in … Continue reading

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Coins speak to love of the land

The 100th anniversary of the National Park Service will be paid tribute in 2016 with the issuance of three commemorative coins. Designs for a $5 gold coin, silver dollar and clad half dollar were reviewed in late June by the … Continue reading

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CCAC reviews classics for gold

It’s been almost 100 years since the silver Mercury dime, Standing Liberty quarter and Walking Liberty half dollar were introduced in 1916. To celebrate that anniversary, the U.S. Mint plans to produce gold coins of the same size and design … Continue reading

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Options for gold $10 Reagan First Spouse

Nancy Reagan, widow of Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States, will be featured on a First Spouse $10 gold coin in 2016. She will be the first living person depicted on a U.S. coin since Eunice Shriver was … Continue reading

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CICF attracts rarities

It came as no surprise that high quality coins were in demand at the 40th annual Chicago International coin Fair held April 9-12 in Rosemont, Ill. “As usual, really high grade fresh Mexico and Latin type coins were really good,” … Continue reading

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Buyers look for quality at CICF

It came as no surprise that high quality coins were in demand at the 40th annual Chicago International coin Fair held April 9-12 in Rosemont, Ill. “As usual, really high grade fresh Mexico and Latin type coins were really good,” … Continue reading

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CCAC wants Liberty on coins

It’s been 83 years since Lady Liberty walked off the U.S. quarter, and there are those who think it’s time she return. “We took Liberty off coinage in the early 20th century,” said Gary Marks, chairman of the Citizens Coinage … Continue reading

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CCAC picks Twain, Reagan designs

Designs for coins that will honor Ronald Reagan, the United States’ 40th president, and Mark Twain, a novelist and humorist, were recommended when the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee met March 5 in Portland, Ore. Reagan’s portrait will appear on the … Continue reading

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Liberty design soars with CCAC

Perfection. That’s what the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee sees in its design selections for a 2015 high relief gold coin and companion silver medal. The CCAC made unanimous choices. For the obverse, Liberty standing, crowned with leaves and holding the … Continue reading

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CFA panel picks gold designs

Two images of a modern Liberty will be sent to the U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew for consideration as the obverse of a 2015 24-karat High Relief $75 gold coin. The Commission of Fine Arts liked both a design of … Continue reading

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