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- Letters to the Editor (July 19, 2016) Chet’s life touched so many in hobby and beyond On June 25, we all lost a good friend and a great numismatist: Chester L. Krause, who was born on Dec. 16, 1923. Besides being a World War ll veteran and builder, a man called “Chet” was a numismatic icon who spoke in a mild and knowledgeable ...
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Author Archives: Paul M. Green
It seems like the 1914-D is a very different coin to place correctly in its right place as an important Lincoln cent. Continue reading
Probably the best thing about Morgan dollars is that they are all different and you really can make no assumptions based on their mintages as to whether one is available or not. Continue reading
Where did some of the best U.S. coins ever made go? We have in many cases mintage totals, but in many of those cases totals seem to suggest that more coins of many dates and types should be available than is actually the case. Continue reading
As silver dollars go, we probably spend less time thinking about the 1922 Peace dollar than we do any other date produced after 1878. Continue reading
Some awfully good coins receive almost no attention and that is the case with the 1864-S Seated Liberty quarter. Continue reading
It’s not an 1894-S dime, but then there are not many coins of any denomination or type in that league. Continue reading
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