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- Letters to the Editor (November 15, 2016) Couple errors appear in Draped Bust half feature There is one very important error in Bob Julian’s otherwise nice article on Draped Bust half cents in the Oct. 18 issue of Numismatic News. He says of the 1805s, “one variety is missing the stems and specimens bring high prices, $6,000 in Very Fine being the book ...
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A 1964 Kennedy half dollar affixed to an envelope postmarked on its first day of issue sold for $18,000 in a 1969 auction. Continue reading
Frederick Maynard Sundman, co-founder of Littleton Coin Co., died Oct. 31 at Littleton, N.H., Regional Hospital. He was 92. Continue reading
High-grade examples of U.S. coinage from from Colonial times to modern, will be offered by Heritage Auction Galleries in its Platinum Night sale session, part of the firm Continue reading
One of the finest known examples of the 1856-O double eagle was sold for an undisclosed price by Douglas Winter Numismatics of Portland. Ore., a specialist in U.S. gold coinage. Continue reading
The Sacagawea dollar is a coin that just won Continue reading
Heritage Auction Galleries will offer about 2,000 lots in its sale March 6-7 at the American Numismatic Association Continue reading
Garrett Reich of Michigan has reported a 2008-P blank planchet found in a $1,000 box of James Monroe Presidential dollars. While the edge is inscribed with the mottoes, date and mintmark; the planchet itself managed to avoid the striking process and has no obverse and reverse designs. Continue reading
I oppose H.R. 5512 because it is unconstitutional to delegate the determination of the metal content of our coinage to the Secretary of the Treasury. Continue reading