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Author Archives: Paul M. Green
Flying Eagle cents make an extremely short set. There are just three dates in it, 1856-1858, and several varieties. Continue reading
Every so often it is fun to consider the wild and perhaps out of control days of the commemoratives of the 1930s. Continue reading
How does a Peace dollar with an average mintage become one of the keys to the whole set in MS-65 grade? Continue reading
It used to be that all you needed to know about the Mercury dime was the price of the 1916-D. Continue reading
It is not as valuable as many had hoped it would be, but the 1931-S Lincoln cent remains a very interesting coin Continue reading
In some respects it’s a key date and it others it is just a semi-key, but when you are talking about the best Walking Liberty half dollar you have to at least consider the 1921. Continue reading
There are a number of very good Indian Head cents that seem to get little attention. The 1869 certainly qualifies as one of these. Continue reading
When it comes to large cents, there are oftentimes as many questions as there are answers. Continue reading
The 1892-CC Morgan dollar is a very interesting coin from a very interesting year. After all, 1892 saw the introduction of the new Barber dimes, quarters and half dollars. Continue reading