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Initial sales figures have arrived from the U.S. Mint for the 5-Star Generals commemoratives. Pity the poor collector who tries to make sense of the mintmarks. 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
I have been reading Numismatic News for the last 10 years and always am amazed about collectors complaining about the coin dealers.
The adage, “You get what you pay for” applies equally to finding a reputable coin dealer. 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
Remember the tests in school? Name the next number in this sequence: 124,500, 68,000, X. What will it be? Gold bullion Eagle buyers would love to know. The first two numbers were monthly 1-ounce sales for January and February. Continue reading
In the days of yesteryear, the half dollar used to circulate widely along with other silver coins of the era both in the U.S. and Canada. I can remember as a young boy of 10 or so getting a half dollar in change when I gave a dollar for 50 cents worth of merchandise, or a half and a quarter for 25 cents worth. Continue reading
Do you believe everything you see? I just got off the phone with a fellow who proves just how powerful something can be when you look at it. Continue reading
For the last few months I have read many letters to the editor about coin shows, both from the dealers’ and patrons’ points of view. But I have not read about coin shows from the point of view of the people who put on the shows. Continue reading
The first Girl Scout commemorative silver dollar sales numbers appear in the commemorative box. It is a work in progress. Forgive the fact that the 5-Star General program has not yet begun, nor have the possibilities of multi-coin sets been yet given individual line listings. The box contents will take shape over the next few weeks. Continue reading