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Author Archives: Dave Harper
The Professional Numismatists Guild is to be congratulated for a step forward in numismatic education. Classes originally designed for the organization’s internship program will now available to all online. Whether you want to improve your basic knowledge, or are just curious … Continue reading
Editor Dave Harper wants to know: Is the Mint taking too much profit on proof silver American Eagles? Let us know your thoughts and feedback on our weekly poll question by entering your comments below or by emailing Dave Harper … Continue reading
I am a big fan of the Kitco website. When I need a quick bit of information regarding the price of precious metals or historical information, that is where I go. In recent weeks I have been seeing pop-up ads … Continue reading
Gold Mercury dimes, Standing Liberty quarters and Walking Liberty half dollars are another step closer to reality. The Mint posted a press release on its website yesterday that featured some of the details of the coins that will commemorate the … Continue reading
Congratulations to the U.S. Mint for winning two Coin of the Year category awards in the first round of voting by an international panel of judges. American coin collectors who remember the crazy demand and quick sellout of the gold … Continue reading
There is an old adage on Wall Street that you should buy the rumor and sell the fact (news). What this means is that by the time official word about something comes out, everybody who is conceivably interested in making … Continue reading
Most every collector has daydreamed about finding something like a bronze 1943, 1943-D or 1943-S cent in their change even though they knew the odds were stacked against them. Cents in 1943 were made of steel. The bronze versions are … Continue reading
Editor Dave Harper wants to know: Should the Peace dollar design be struck in gold in 2021 for its 100th anniversary? Let us know your thoughts and feedback on our weekly poll question by entering your comments below or by … Continue reading
The Whitman Coin and Collectibles Expo opens today at the Baltimore Convention Center and runs through Sunday. Like the travel postcard, I wish I was there. It is an important show. National trends become evident on its bourse floor. I … Continue reading