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The Mint decided that the end of the year was a good time to tie up at least one loose end. Continue reading
“Gradeflation” and the grading craze in general appear to have formed a numismatic bubble for modern and perhaps all coin investing. Where did all this originate? Continue reading
It is simply a legendary coin. The 1909-S VDB Lincoln cent is not rare. Continue reading
I had a telephone call as this issue was being prepared. The caller identified himself and said he was 90 years old. Continue reading
Demand for proof sets receded this week. Continue reading
Most people wish upon a star, but what do numismatists wish upon? They wish upon a “Stella,” what else!? Or maybe the majority wish they had a Stella.
In a previous edition of “Coin Clinic” you discussed the American Arts gold medallion series. Is there a good reference for these medals? Continue reading
If there ever was a classic type coin, the 1853 Seated Liberty half dollar is that coin. Continue reading
In the new year it will be 45 years since I subscribed to Numismatic News. Continue reading
Silver five-ounce Fort McHenry and Mount Rushmore collector versions have now sold out, bringing the curtain down on both the 2013 collector and bullion America the Beautiful issues. It wasn’t a bad year. Continue reading