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Author Archives: Debbie Bradley
If you’re like me, you appreciate the conveniences of technology. I can talk to my friends and family no matter where I am. I can even see my son, who is studying in Uruguay, thanks to Skype. (Honey, please shave … Continue reading
It’s Friday, so we’ll make the questions simple. Do you collect U.S. coins? Do you like reading about their history? Do you want to know what they’re worth? Do you like to put new cents into albums? Do you want … Continue reading
We walked into our monthly numismatics division business update meeting on Thursday and there it was, strategically placed on the front table. Continue reading
I was about 7 years old when my Grandpa showed me an old tin of coins he had stashed under his workbench in the basement. It was filled with pennies. In a separate container were some fancier cents, at least … Continue reading
Investors and collectors are buying the White Mountain 5-ounce silver bullion and numismatic collector coins at rates far ahead of 2012 issued coins. Continue reading
OK, admit it. That pocketful of change you have at the end of the day doesn’t go into the change jar until you’ve looked over each coin. And that’s a good thing, because there are lots of valuable coins floating … Continue reading
The 2013 commemorative coins are ready to make their appearance. The 2013 Girl Scouts of the USA Centennial silver dollar went on sale to the public Feb. 28. Expect to see the first sales figures here next week. Continue reading
For Florida-based WINGS, it’s all about setting the bar for premium quality in graded world coins. Continue reading
Out with the old and in with the new. That’s what we’re seeing as the U.S. Mint takes many of its older products off sale as it makes way for 2013 varieties. Continue reading