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- Letters to the Editor (5/5/15) Put Liberty back on our coinsThis letter is in response to Bob Olekson’s letter, “Time for action on designs not words.” I agree it is time we have a change of design on our coins. And we should be able to collect them from pocket change.We also ...
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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.
Ever since Numismatic News was born more than 60 years ago in a small town in rural Wisconsin, Krause Publications has been at the leading edge of hobby publishing. 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
Throughout history, coins have been hoarded for various reasons. At times, some of these hoards have survived long enough to be studied and present a glimpse of what coins were in circulation at a given time. Continue reading
It is funny how one thing can lead to another within the field of numismatics, outside numismatics or even both at the same time. Continue reading
I am and I always will be a numismatist. I am only 11 years of age, going on 12. And I already know my calling for life. Continue reading
I have just returned from the ANA convention in Rosemont, Ill., back into the halls of state government, where I work for a politically moderate and highly respected minority party committee chairman. We call them minority chairmen, in Washington they call the equivalent people ranking members. Continue reading