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Author Archives: Todd Haefer
The U.S. Mint elected to jumpstart its Presidential $1 Coin Program by having its official Web page for the program up and running Feb. 1 in advance of the Feb. 15 official launch. Continue reading
The leadership and direction of American Numismatic Association Executive Director Chris Cipoletti is strongly supported by the ANA staff, according to the results of an independent performance evaluation commissioned by the ANA board of governors. Continue reading
A Los Angeles County detective said he has gathered information from 30 victims and is looking for more regarding a man who has been passing bogus cashier?s checks to numismatic dealers. ?This individual has been using aliases to buy coins … Continue reading
The president of Heritage Auction Galleries expected great things of the company’s FUN auction and was not disappointed by the results. Continue reading
The 1913 Liberty Head nickel offered in the Jan. 2 Stack’s auction did not sell. Continue reading
In the wake of rising prices, and a melting ban, is a change in the composition of U.S. coins in the works? Continue reading
The Bush administration has asked the federal court to overturn a ruling that U.S. paper money must be redesigned. Continue reading
Attendees of the Baltimore Coin and Currency Convention Nov. 10-12 saw plenty of action Continue reading
What a difference a few weeks can make in the bullion market.
Mere weeks ago, the question was when gold would hit $800 an ounce after it reached a high of $719.80 on May 11. Now, the question is how long it will take to get back over $600. Continue reading