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The Fort McHenry 5-ounce bullion coin is now sold out, having reached the 30,000 sales mark. Continue reading
In a recent “Viewpoint” by Michael Reczkowski appearing in the Oct. 8 issue of Numismatic News, there is comment about compromise on the dollar and cent. Continue reading
I have a $100 Federal Reserve Note on which there are two violet color marks stamped on the back as well as an inscription in Arabic. Can you explain what this is all about? Continue reading
One of the most interesting stories in numismatics has to be the appearance of a reported few thousand 1860-O Seated Liberty dollars paid out by the Treasury at face value during the major silver dollar release in the 1962-1964 period. Continue reading
A letter arrived on my desk yesterday with some news in it. Continue reading
You can tell when the price of gold bullion drops because sales numbers for the Mint’s gold coin products can drop along with it as would-be buyers decide to cancel their orders. Continue reading
In your opinion does the U.S. government have any of the Eisenhower dollars still in vaults, or if not, are they all in private hands? Continue reading
The trouble with collectors is most of us do not behave as we are supposed to. Continue reading
Sometimes it is hard to know precisely what people are thinking when it comes to prices. Continue reading
The Mount Rushmore 5-ounce America the Beautiful silver bullion coin has gone on sale and the first number shows 6,000 were taken by the Mint’s Authorized Purchasers. Continue reading