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Author Archives: Dave Harper
A letter arrived on my desk yesterday with some news in it. David Crenshaw is resigning his position as general manager of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Expo in order to take the position of chief operating officer of the … Continue reading
A new record was reached yesterday for sales of silver American Eagles in a single year. The U.S. Mint said total purchases had reached 40,175,000 of the 2013-dated coins. This surpassed the previous record high set in calendar year 2011 … Continue reading
Sales of the 2013 First Spouse $10 half ounce gold coins will begin at last on Nov. 14. The first design to be offered by the U.S. Mint will be for Ida McKinley, wife of William McKinley, who was assassinated … Continue reading
Today is Veterans Day. We remember and honor all who have served our country in the nation’s military. In numismatics, veterans have been integral in its development both while they were on active service and then following their return to … Continue reading
The trouble with collectors is most of us do not behave as we are supposed to. Continue reading
What is gold? Coin collectors likely consider that question a stupid one. Whether it’s the precious metal itself or the coins made from it, there is a great familiarity with it. However, with the precious metal sliding under $1,300 again … Continue reading
The Mount Rushmore 5-ounce America the Beautiful silver bullion coin has gone on sale and the first number shows 6,000 were taken by the Mint’s Authorized Purchasers. Continue reading
Collectors and investors will have to wait a bit longer in the new year for the first 2014-dated silver American Eagle bullion coins compared to the 2013 schedule. Orders for the new coins will be accepted by the U.S. Mint … Continue reading
Many coin collectors and dealers are amazingly generous with their time and their money. I have seen evidence of this again and again throughout my time in numismatics. Whether they are volunteers at a local show helping Boy Scouts earn … Continue reading