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From the Nov. 29 Numismatic News E-Newsletter: Should Native American Code Talkers be honored with coins in addition to their Congressional Gold medals? Here are some answers sent from our e-newsletter readers to Editor Dave Harper. Continue reading
An 1836 Gobrecht dollar brought $17,000 at a Nov. 9 auction conducted by Sonny Henry’s Auction Service of Mendota, Ill. Continue reading
I have been collecting coins for 50 years. I am a restaurant manager. I meet lots of people and I have found that word of mouth is a good way to find coins. Continue reading
How reliable are the U.S. Mint reports as a source for mintage figures? Continue reading
The Professional Numismatists Guild, a nonprofit organization composed of the country’s top rare coin and bank note dealers who adhere to a strict code of ethics in the buying and selling of numismatic merchandise, is launching a four-month member recruitment campaign. Continue reading
I just severed one of my ties to the past. In this case, the past I am writing about is the recent past when the U.S. Treasury issued new regulations in December 2006 that made it illegal to melt cents and nickels.
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
It’s just under the wire, but the final 2013 First Spouse one-half ounce gold coins were slated to be put on sale just in time for the holidays. Continue reading
Does anyone collect the bags in which coins are transported from the U.S. Mint for distribution? Continue reading