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The collector version of the silver American Eagle has taken a backseat to the bullion version so far in 2013. Some 15,929,500 of the one-ounce bullion pieces have been sold through April 9, with 1,706,500 of those sold so far in April. On the other hand, the proof silver American Eagle saw sales of 4,208 this week to bring the running total to 409,415. Continue reading
It has been two decades, since March 16, 1993, when Ronald Lee “Ron” Miller was tragically murdered in his Fremont, Calif. coin shop. 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
During the first few days of availability buyers grabbed 205,740 2013 clad proof sets. Even though proof sets aren’t the glamour products they were decades ago when they were the only game in town, it is still impressive to see collector loyalty and habit cause them to jump to buy them when they become available. Continue reading
Please forgive the pun, but I’d like to offer my 2 cents’ worth on the elimination of the cent. Get rid of it! 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
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