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In my opinion a 50th anniversary of the Kennedy half dollar commemorative issue would be meaningless. Continue reading
Many readers may remember my remarks in this column regarding the discontinuance of the penny in America’s coinage. Continue reading
I have just about given up on trying to keep up with purchasing all the high priced Mint products, especially since they are no longer coinage in the sense of being a circulating means of exchange. Continue reading
I feel compelled to reply to L.A. Saryan’s article “Rogue dealers need to clean up act” in the Feb. 18 issue of Numismatic News. Continue reading
The point of this essay is to encourage coin dealers to treat their customers with courtesy and consideration, and to not let personal biases or frustrations intrude when engaging in numismatic transactions. Continue reading
This was my 5th attendance at the FUN Coin Show in Orlando, Florida. Continue reading
The article by Ginger Rapsus in the Jan. 7 issue of Numismatic News really grabbed my attention. Continue reading
In answer to your blog question: Why would anyone buy a clad proof set? This is such a great question and is in fact my conundrum as well.
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.