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Should the eagle on the silver one-ounce American Eagle be changed?
- Yes (70%, 16 Votes)
- No (30%, 7 Votes)
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It is time again to nominate individuals who are active in the numismatic field for Numismatic Ambassador Awards. Continue reading
It appears from the early reaction of collectors to the two-coin West Point silver American Eagle set that the U.S. Mint has a winner.
The idea of making U.S. coinage out of steel has surfaced again in the form of legislation introduced April 24 in the U.S. House of Representatives by Rep. Steve Stivers of the 15th district of Ohio. Continue reading
When I was a very young child, I apparently was very willful. If I was in a game with a ball, I would suddenly run off with it if I didn’t like what was going on. I guess it was … Continue reading
Are you supposed to be a gold coin collector? From all of the precious metal headlines, you would think that nearly all of us would be, but in fact the opposite is the case. Most of us are not cut out for it. Continue reading
One of the interesting aspect of writing a daily online blog is that I occasionally hit upon a topic that surprises me by the response to it. With online postings, it is possible to monitor the number of people who read a blog. Naturally, the higher the number, the better. Continue reading
What is the purpose of the American Numismatic Association’s Edward C. Rochette Money Museum? That might seem to be a strange question to ask about a long-established aspect of the American Numismatic Association. Continue reading
It is not long until we reach the April 15 income tax filing deadline. One question facing most taxpayers is whether to set money aside in an individual retirement account and what form it should take. Those who have opted … Continue reading
The Civil War era attracts the attention of all Americans in numerous ways, from simply watching the Academy Award-nominated movie, “Lincoln,” to participating in Civil War battlefield re-enaactments. Continue reading