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- Letters to the Editor (12/02/14) Formula calculates number of copper cents in rollWhen visiting the bank I still ask for a few rolls of Lincoln cents when making my transactions. Cherry-picking for cents by the community at large has yielded some impressive results, and as we enter 2...
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Author Archives: Dave Harper
Three Austrian coins came out on top during the first round of World Coin News’ Coin of the Year Award voting by an international panel of judges that concluded Nov. 9. A 100-euro gold coin, KM-3225, issued in the Austrian … Continue reading
When I was a kid working on filling my two Whitman Lincoln cent albums, I searched through cents every chance I got. I dreamed of someday finding a 1909-S VDB like a customer on my paper route had done. I … Continue reading
Owning one of the five 1913 Liberty Head nickels is a privilege reserved for very few collectors. The coin is not cheap. When the owner of one of these rarities contacts me, I sit up and take notice. I had … Continue reading
After my comment yesterday about moving to Florida to avoid the Wisconsin snow, I had an email from former American Numismatic Association President Gary Lewis this morning. “Why wait?” he asked. “The weather is great (it is 60 at 6 … Continue reading
On Friday I exchanged emails with a longtime collector, reader and gold fan. The proof gold Kennedy half dollar was on his mind. “Do you think that the Kennedy 50th anniversary half dollar gold coin is a good buy from … Continue reading
I had a strange phone call as I sat down to write this. The caller was bringing a subscription delivery issue to my attention, which happens from time to time. I am glad to help. But what was odd was the … Continue reading
The Mint is out of silver American Eagles – Again. What does it mean? Other than the Mint seems to consistently underestimate its market, we should probably be cautious about jumping to conclusions. Some think that the fact that the … Continue reading
The Mint has been cleaned out of its 2014 silver American Eagle supply. There is no word on when more will be made available nor whether rationing would return, though that would be likely in the face of current high … Continue reading
Gold is down another $23 this morning from yesterday’s closing price. It is trading at $1,144.20 a troy ounce, according to the Kitco website Silver is lower as well. It has sunk to $15.37, off almost 56 cents from yesterday’s … Continue reading