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Author Archives: Dave Harper
Are you are surprised as I am about the sales strength of the 2014 Great Smoky Mountains National Park 5-ounce silver America the Beautiful coin? Both the uncirculated collector version with the”P” mintmark and the bullion investor version without a … Continue reading
It’s Earth Day 2014 and the U.S. Mint is on track to strike 8 billion cents this year for use in circulation. That will be up over 14 percent from 2013. That figure sounds like a lot, until one looks … Continue reading
Teenagers were given another reason over the weekend to use plastic instead of cash. Another study about just how dirty paper money can be was published in the Wall Street Journal on Saturday. Citing researchers at New York University Dirty … Continue reading
I had a conversation with colleague George Cuhaj yesterday. He mentioned that he had been approached by a former Krause Publications co-worker on bowling night. The co-worker is retired. Her question to George was what should she do with her … Continue reading
While we were all looking at baseball sales sellouts, some dyed-in-the-wool collectors were busy ordering the daylights out of the Smoky Mountains 5-ounce silver coin. The 2014-P collector version goes on the chart below at 21,415. That’s already almost as … Continue reading
Taking a look at upcoming sales of various Mint products, my eye was drawn to two offerings to mention in the May 6 issue of Numismatic News. The first is the May 8 availability of the proof Buffalo one-ounce gold … Continue reading
Latest figures from the Mint showing sales of the various options that were available in the National Baseball Hall of Fame commemorative coin program show some usual accounting jiggles. For the $5 gold piece, the proof sales number now stands … Continue reading
Yesterday, just before lunch, I received a commercial solicitation by email. I was delighted to receive it. It is the first commercial offering of the new National Baseball Hall of Fame commemorative coins by a major coin retailer that I … Continue reading
In weekly Numismatic News poll questions, I have never had much luck inquiring about silver American Eagles as investment objects. But ask about potential design change as recommended by the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee recently and it is a different … Continue reading