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- Letters to the Editor (12/23/14) Time for Miss Liberty to put on some modern dudsIn reference to Viewpoint by Aron Lawrence in the Nov. 18 issue, I would heartily agree with the idea he proposed of new designs for our coinage.Everyone loves the Standing Liberty quarter, the Morga...
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Author Archives: Dave Harper
I have taken the time to browse through the latest U.S. Mint sales catalog that arrived in my home mailbox recently. It is a holiday offering called “2014 Gift Ideas.” The cover shows photographs of the silver American Eagle, the … Continue reading
The wait for a new record number of 2014 silver Eagle sales that I mentioned yesterday lasted only until the Mint posted its most recent sales figures. The current number is 42,864,000. Next week the Mint expects to run out … Continue reading
It is the last month of the year and the U.S. Mint is about to run out of U.S silver American Eagle bullion coins. On Friday, the Mint notified its Authorized purchasers that it expects to run out of the … Continue reading
What’s the right grading service? I have been asked that more than once. As a hobby newspaper editor in a field with more than one third-party grading service, how do you want me to answer that? You can choose a … Continue reading
In your life does everything work exactly as it should, all the time? It certainly does not in my life. But modern expectations are high. This includes expectations of coins that are properly conserved, which is another way of saying … Continue reading
Franklin D. Roosevelt has a very large place in American history. He was the only person to be elected President four times. He led the United States during the Depression and during World War II. The U.S. Mint hopes he … Continue reading
Yesterday was known as Cyber Monday. This is because so many people go online after the box store sales on Thanksgiving weekend to see what sort of electronic deals they can find at their favorite websites. Were you one of … Continue reading
Holiday gift buying is likely pushing up sales of traditional collector favorites like proof sets. This week, the 2014 clad sales number rose by 20,653 to reach 580,325. The 2014 Presidential dollar proof set added another 6,375 to its running … Continue reading
Collectors of my generation still think of San Francisco coins as being the scarce ones. This idea became ingrained in our minds as we hunted and hunted for coins in circulation, often to be slowed down or stumped by a San … Continue reading