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Will the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential dollar coin sell out quickly?
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- Letters to the Editor (09/16/14) Good ol’ days aren’t coming backRegarding the letter from the reader bemoaning the loss of 8-ounce yogurt containers and metal caps on mayonnaise jars, I extend my sympathies, but those things aren’t coming back even if you boycott what’s availabl...
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Collectors in Utah want to see the state quarter series replaced by an entirely new design in 2009 rather than revert to the pre-1999 George Washington and eagle design for obverse and reverse. Continue reading
We frequently think of the Jefferson nickel as not worth the bother. We ignore the design changes of 2004, 2005 and 2006 and move along our hobby road on autopilot. It Continue reading
Ron Dutton, president of the British Art Medal Society, will be presented the J. Sanford Saltus Award Medal of the American Numismatic Society for signal achievement in the art of the medal. Continue reading
If you are one of those folks from Michigan who joined in on the treasure hunt for 2007 Philadelphia-minted Adams Presidential dollars with double edge lettering and smooth edges, but avoided searching rolls or boxes of Denver coins Continue reading
The Professional Numismatists Guild announced Feb. 12 that it is seeking nominations for its 2008 awards. Continue reading
Is it true that all 1794 dollars passed through the hands of a single owner? Continue reading
Collectors and investors were the first adaptors when it came to the introduction of slabs in 1986. Now, the scholarly community has joined. Continue reading
Depending on the bidding, the Heritage Auction Galleries U.S. coin sale April 16-18 at the Central States Numismatic Society convention may be remembered to the ages for just one lot: an 1804 dollar. Continue reading