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- Letters to the Editor (February 7, 2017) ‘Average’ collector values history, geography in coins Reading Dave Harper’s editorial and the Viewpoint of the Jan. 3 issue I’m responding to both giving my collection preferences and my general agreement with the Viewpoint column. I collected coins as a child with my father and probably stopped in high school and didn’t start again until I ...
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Author Archives: George Cuhaj
A note designer and an administrator responsible for military money substitutes were special guests at the 14th annual weekend MPC Fest organized by Fred Schwan for the collectors of Military Payment Certificates and other wartime issues. Continue reading
For the next two weeks, the Olympic Medal will be in the news. Probably one of the most visible medals in the world. I got to see one each of the gold Olympic Medal and the Paralympic Medal which was … Continue reading
The Chicago International Coin Fair will be held this weekend – April 26-29 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on River Road in Rosemont, Ill. Dealer set up and early bird admission are Thursday afternoon. Public hours are Friday and Saturday, … Continue reading
The island of Niue has issued a 7-coin silver ingot set which when placed together had the restored DaVinci Last Supper image pad printed on the reverse side. I thought something fitting and well done for a Good Friday. George
In the 1990s Kiribati issued a very small 1/20 ounce gold coin and Somaliland issued a 40mm copper-nickel coin depicting the Titanic with the stern raised and a few lifeboats nearby in the water. These were done due to the sheer … Continue reading
The Royal Canadian Mint has two additional entries for the Titanic Centennial. I think that both are well done. The first is a a 50 Cent piece. It has a unique waterline view of the ship sailing foreward as seen from near … Continue reading
With every disaster there are inqueries and finger pointing. Sometime even some good comes from it, such as the International Ice Patrol, emergency prepardness training, safety features and use of new technologies of the day such as wireless communication. But by … Continue reading
There have been several innovative design elements used on Titanic commemoratives this year. For me, the most stunning was the issue by Fiji which features a mother-of-pearl carved insert. Very well done with a dramatic effect. It is too bad … Continue reading
In a few short weeks it will be the centennial anniversary of the sailing and sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic. For me, the story of that ship has had a connenction since childhood. There was a survivor who lived in our neighborhood … Continue reading