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- Letters to the Editor (5/12/2015) Coin counting machines yield collectible coinsTo Bob Klippstein:I read your letter to NN about your find in your local grocery store’s Coinstar coin counting machine. I would like to congratulate you on your first find, the ‘43 “steely.” I hope t...
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Author Archives: Paul M. Green
The 1851-O silver three-cent piece has to rank as one of the most interesting dates of a very interesting denomination. Continue reading
There are two 1917-D Walking Liberty half dollars and both have to be considered interesting coins. Neither gets the attention it deserves. Continue reading
There are many great and interesting coins of the United States and without a doubt, the 1796 quarter eagle, or gold $2.50, would qualify as both. Continue reading
For all practical purposes, the 1872 two-cent piece was the last of the line. Continue reading
If you have any doubts that type collecting makes a difference in the price of some coins, you are going to have a very hard time trying to explain the price of the 1859 Indian Head cent in top grades. Continue reading
The 1919 Walking Liberty half dollar is under a very big shadow cast by the 1919-D, which is now the key date if you consider only coins in MS-65 or higher grades. Continue reading
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