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1870-S Seated dollar sells for $1.3 million

One of the few known 1870-S Seated Liberty dollars sold privately for $1.3 million, reported the seller, Stanford Coins and Bullion of Houston, Texas. Continue reading

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CNA acquires original plate

The Cincinnati Numismatic Association now has in its archives the original American Bank Note Company engraved plate for the Tyler Davidson Fountain, the association Continue reading

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Happy dealers key to good convention

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James Monroe FDC numbers cut drastically

The Mint has revised the sales figures for the James Monroe first day covers and the news is not good for anyone betting on a sellout. Continue reading

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Bill may rid subway system of $1 coins

Legislation requiring Boston Continue reading

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1955 doubled die Lincoln

A dealer friend once called the 1955 doubled die obverse Lincoln cent Continue reading

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Maryland changes trader

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No change in First Spouse prices

There were no changes in prices when the Louisa Adams First Spouse gold coins went on sale May 29 on the U.S. Mint Web site. Continue reading

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Eagle blank supply to Mint shrinks

Supplies of silver American Eagle bullion coins are going to get scarcer from the U.S. Mint for a while. Continue reading

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Makeover for Sac $1

Weighing in on the new reverse design for the Sacagawea dollar mandated by Congress, the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee viewed more than a dozen designs June 18 before selecting a female Indian planting maize (corn) in a field. Continue reading

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