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Nearly 1,000 men were honored by an emblematic congressional gold medal on March 29 as the Tuskegee Airmen finally obtained government recognition for their work on the Allied cause during World War II. Collectors are able to buy duplicate bronze versions. Continue reading
The designs of all five 2008 quarters have now been decided. The final designs for Oklahoma, Arizona and New Mexico have been announced. Continue reading
The Atlantic Ocean has given up 17 tons of colonial-era coins in what could be the richest shipwreck treasure ever. One coin expert estimated the value at $500 million or about $1,000 a coin. Continue reading
Sales activity for the American Eagle gold bullion coins did not continue the pace set in the final few days in May. Continue reading
The 1913 Liberty Head nickel was reported in April to have sold in a private sale for $5 million. That is an interesting price for a coin that seems to defy the odds at every turn. Continue reading
A dozen proof 2000-W Sacagawea dollars struck in .9167 fine alloy that flew in a July 1999 Space Shuttle Columbia mission will be displayed by the U.S. Mint Aug. 10 at its booth at the American Numismatic Association World Continue reading
The one-of-a-kind 1870-S half dime will be the highlight display at Coinfest, Oct. 27-28, in the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center in Old Greenwich, Conn. Continue reading
Several Numismatic News readers have alerted us of Presidential dollars that are afflicted by what I call gnarled rims. I’ve had reports on these ever since the George Washington dollar was released on through to the latest Thomas Jefferson dollars. Continue reading