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Population change for variety

Could there be only two 1842 Seated Liberty, Small Date, Small Letters half dollars? Bill Bugert writes in Vol. 2 Issue #1 of the E-Gobrecht newsletter that he knows of only two examples. Continue reading

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U.S. Mint sets release dates

The U.S. Mint announced release dates for two upcoming coin covers. Continue reading

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CCAC looks at new Presidential $1 art

The CCAC chose images for the first Preisidential dollars due out in 2007: George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. All of the chosen designs feature forward-facing portraits turned at a threequarters angle Continue reading

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Smythe sale hits $1 mil

R.M. Smythe Continue reading

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I’m not as easy to find as I thought I was

Numismatic News editor gives detailed instructions for how to get in touch with him. Continue reading

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Nevada quarter sales give way to Nebraska

Initial sales figures on the Nebraska quarter included in the boxes. Continue reading

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Smythe autograph sale

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Human nature makes my job interesting

Recent e-mail about gold sparks memories of other interesting dealings with the public for NN editor. Continue reading

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What do you do with mistakes you make?

Haste and inattentiveness are the enemies of collectors. What price have you paid? Continue reading

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Gold stars in ANR MidAmerica sale

Gold was the star of American Numismatic Rarities’ auction, held in conjuction with the MidAmerica Coin Expo. Continue reading

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