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Cent and $20 top Stack’s sale

The Sept. 7-8 sale featured U.S. gold, silver and copper coins, and paper money and was marked by strong Internet bidding and a sizeable audience, according to a Stack Continue reading

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Goldberg’s auction nets $7.7 mil

Three coins garner bids of more than $100,000. Continue reading

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Final Kansas figures released

So-called “Buffalo” quarter goes off sale Oct. 14. Continue reading

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Mint puts limits on unc. sets

Future orders on 2005 uncirculated sets with the satin finish capped at 10 per order, per household. Continue reading

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Award to Parrish

Claude Parrish, a member of California Continue reading

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$2 star note packages new from BEP

Individual $2 star notes from all 12 Federal Reserve District banks and lucky Year of the Dog $1 notes are available from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing as of Dec. 1. Continue reading

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Greek Sicily tetradrachms lead Gemini Auction II in New York City

The sale, consisting of a single 628-lot session, is a joint venture of Harlan J. Berk Ltd. of Chicago and Freeman & Sear of Los Angeles. Most coins in the sale grade extremely fine to Mint State and pre-auction estimates total $1,622,600. Continue reading

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Lloyd Bentsen dies at 85

Lloyd Bentsen, who who served as President Bill Clinton Continue reading

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San Francisco silvers struck

California Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Dianne Feinstein participated in a first-strike ceremony Oct. 27 for the San Francisco Old Mint commemorative silver dollar. Continue reading

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Roosevelt silver dollar proposal advances

Action authorizing two Theodore Roosevelt silver dollars bearing a 2006 date was taken on Saturday, Dec. 17, by the U.S. Senate which unanimously backed S. 863, a bill introduced April 20 by Sen. Kent Conrad, D-N.D. An amendment to the bill would allow Lewis and Clark nickels to be part of government-issued sets in 2006 and beyond. Continue reading

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