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Author Archives: Dave Harper
The baseball silver dollar has sold out, so the sales numbers on this page are now simply curiosities compiled by the Mint on April 6. Continue reading
The cupped baseball silver dollar is sold out now, joining the cupped gold $5 at that status. Only the cupped clad half dollar now remains. The Mint’s website shows that the silver dollars will be shipped April 24 while clad … Continue reading
Last night I attended the annual dinner of the Nicolet Coin Club in Green Bay, Wis. Clifford Mishler, Numismatic News columnist and former American Numismatic Association president, drove. Joel Edler, former “Coin Market” editor and ad manager, and I joined … Continue reading
It won’t be long now until the National Baseball Hall of Fame commemorative silver dollars sell out, judging from figures released by the U.S. Mint yesterday. Only 33,660 remained out of a maximum 400,000. Proofs sales totaled 238,636 and uncirculated … Continue reading
One of my routine tasks each month is to update the foreign exchange table for World Coin News, sister publication to Numismatic News. Collectors of foreign coins need to know what the conversion rates are to keep abreast of coin … Continue reading
Whatever coin collectors might think of Presidential dollars, for the general public the coins are clearly slipping into the past – at least if a recent phone call is any guide. The caller had a number of Presidential dollars that … Continue reading
The gold baseball coins sold out the day after they went on sale. Continue reading
April is going to be a busy month. I have a local coin club banquet to attend next week. In three weeks I will be at the 75th anniversary convention of the Central States Numismatic Society. Other staffers here will … Continue reading
Mark Twain was right. History might not repeat, but it does rhyme. A good example of this can be found in cents. Numismatic News in recent weeks has reported on the discovery of the first 1974-D aluminum cent, its consignment … Continue reading