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The Professional Coin Grading Service has changed the label on Brasher doubloon slabs in keeping with new theory about what the face value was at the time of striking. Continue reading
Legislation that would authorize commemorative coinage featuring the Old San Francisco Mint and help fund restoration of the Granite Lady moved a step closer to reality Nov. 10 when the House of Representatives passed a bill, H.R. 1953, under the unanimous consent rule. Continue reading
The U.S. Mint released the selected designs for Nevada, Nebraska, Colo-rado, North Dakota and South Dakota commemorative quarters on Nov. 23. Continue reading
A modern 1855 Kellogg & Co. $50 commemorative gold restrike from the S.S. Central America is one of the highlights of Early American History Auctions, Inc. Continue reading
Nancy Green has retired as librarian for the American Numismatic Association. Continue reading
I have a new e-mail spam filter. It seems to work. I am grateful. Regular readers know what kind of up-and-down battle this is. Continue reading
Are the Gulf Arab states buying up all the physical gold they can? Why did gold and the other precious metals have a sharp price decrease after the Dec. 8 and 9 blowoff high? The Dubai gold market was hyperactive in December. That is not a definitive Continue reading
Tension between the leadership and the membership of the American Numismatic Association was apparent at a special forum held Jan. 6 in conjunction with the Florida United Numismatists convention. Continue reading