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Author Archives: Paul M. Green
The 1964 half dollar along with the 1964-D might well have had the most spectacular first day release in the history of the United States. Continue reading
There are assorted sleepers in virtually every denomination. If there is one exception to that rule it would seem likely to be the Lincoln cent. Continue reading
At least in top grade, the 1924 Peace silver dollar is a bit of a surprise and a definite departure from the general trend. Continue reading
Sometimes there is no reason to say a coin will do better other than on the basis of a gut feeling. Continue reading
It is simply a legendary coin. The 1909-S VDB Lincoln cent is not rare. Continue reading
If there ever was a classic type coin, the 1853 Seated Liberty half dollar is that coin. Continue reading
It might not have the lowest mintage, but increasingly the 1917-D Mercury time is becoming recognized as a better date in the series. Continue reading
In circulated grades the price guides would suggest the 1854-O $3 gold piece is common at least by the standards of the $3 gold coins, which are never common. Continue reading