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Potential rarity and rumors have driven speculation in four-note sheets of Series 2004A $10 Federal Reserve Note stars. Continue reading
Gov. Bill Owens struck a Colorado quarter at the Denver Mint as preparations are made for June 14 release of the new quarter. Continue reading
It’s gold. It’s got a beautiful, classic American coin design. It’s got a mintage of 300,000. What’s your gut feeling? Continue reading
Coin Clinic’s Answerman takes on your questions. Can you list all the so-called noble metals? Continue reading
The American Numismatic Association has too much money in the view of some grant-giving institutions, said Christopher Cipoletti, ANA executive director, at one point during the Aug. 14 public meeting of the board of governors during the World Continue reading
Mint forum on Presidential dollar coins coming in 2007 includes news that proof sets and mint sets will get new holders. Continue reading
To the accompaniment of e-mails to Numismatic News, at least some Mint clients have been canceling their orders for the two-coin American Eagle 20th Anniversary Gold and Silver Set. Continue reading
The Commission of Fine Arts selected one preferred portrait for each of the four Presidents scheduled to be honored on dollar coins in 2008: James Monroe, John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren. Continue reading
Convicted coin dealer Tom Noe was sentenced Nov. 20 to 18 years in state prison for stealing from the $50 million rare-coin fund he administered as an investment for the Ohio Bureau of Workers Continue reading
With high metals prices pushing the cost of producing these coins over face value, the Mint acts to prevent significant losses of circulating coinage. Continue reading