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- Letters to the Editor (Oct. 27, 2015) Dryer gives up surprise silver dimeI was doing my laundry, when I spotted a coin in a lint trap in a dryer. It was a silver dime, 1954-D!Ginger Rapsus Chicago, Ill.Does post office have stash of old stamps?How did the U.S. Mint get th...
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Over 4,000 attendees registered at the second annual Summer FUN convention held June 26-28 in West Palm Beach. Continue reading
Whitman Publishing is introducing a new resource for collectors called The Official Red Book Collector Continue reading
One day before a congressional hearing on her presidential appointment, Terry Neese asked not to be considered for the post. She informed the White House of her decision on Sept. 19. Continue reading
American Numismatic Rarities and Stack’s realized $1,528,031 after their official auction of the Whitman Coin and Collectibles Atlanta Expo Oct. 6. Continue reading
Featuring extensive illustrations and thorough reference work, Renaissance of American Coinage 1916-1921 outlines the origin, design and initial striking of works that began with Augustus Saint-Gaudens Continue reading
Numismatic News editor relates how the JFK assassination cemented his interested in numismatics. Continue reading
The find will be offered by Heritage Numismatic Auctions at its Jan. 3-7 Florida United Numismatists Signature Auction. The piece is considered the second finest survivor of the eight known examples. Continue reading
Record number of dealers for super bourse reported. Continue reading
Rare Coin Investments (RCI) will be conducting its seventh mail-bid auction of rare Morgan and Peace silver dollar varieties with the mailing of its Spring, 2006 issue of Top 100 Insights and Value Guide. Continue reading
Only 1,000 half-ounce gold American Eagles sold. No platinum sold. The silver Eagles opened the month with a pretty routine 92,000 coins sold. The proof versions of the American Eagles creep up just a bit here and there. To illustrate, the four-coin gold proof set rose by just 219. Continue reading