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- Letters to the Editor (4/7/2015) Coins cleaned, but carefullyI have cleaned coins, but generally avoid doing so. I once put together a 20th century type set and birth year set for my daughter, and I cleaned some of the coins just for presentation purposes. They were all common date c...
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Author Archives: Dave Harper
I am not scheduled to go to the Whitman Baltimore Coin and Collectibles Expo in March. I am kind of sorry that this is the case. At the show the 69th edition of the Red Book will go on sale … Continue reading
Banks and bankers were very familiar to me as a kid. I lived in a small town in Iowa. The bank I did business with let me search rolls for the coins I needed. Some days, as soon as I … Continue reading
New 2015-dated coins are spreading out across the country. Readers have been sharing their experiences of first sightings in the last few weeks. I received an email yesterday from Timothy Coltrin. He writes, “Received a 2015 dime in change from … Continue reading
What’s the correct price for silver? Will it sag to $10 an ounce this year? That would be big news. Will it jump to $30? That would be big news in the other direction. The point is nobody can know. … Continue reading
Are buyers losing interest in the silver American Eagle? Are they tired of chasing dreams of silver riches only to be handed losses of 20 percent like last year? On the surface, you might respond with, “Are you kidding? January … Continue reading
How many incomplete sets of coins do you own? In my time in the hobby I have owned plenty. Some I still have. Some I sold off at points in my life when I needed money. It makes me wonder … Continue reading
It’s over. Unlike a baseball game, we will not know the score. The lawsuit Larry Shepherd filed against the American Numismatic Association after he was fired has been settled. Part of the terms was the sealing of everyone’s lips. Yesterday, … Continue reading
Coin collecting is an indoor pursuit. It is an ideal activity this time of year for those of us who live in northern climes. However, even coin collecting cannot hold off entirely that winter-induced northern malady: cabin fever. The name … Continue reading
Can collectors stand a stretch of good news from the U.S. Mint? I think so, but they probably won’t remember it. People tend not to remember good news. When I was taking journalism courses in college many years ago, one of the … Continue reading