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Summer collector sales begin to heat up

Things livened up considerably this week. Continue reading

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New ANA leaders elected

For complete results of the American Numismatic Association election, read Dave Harper’s blog, Buzz. Continue reading

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ANA passes the torch

Grace and gratitude were the end notes struck by the outgoing American Numismatic Association board of governors. Continue reading

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1946-S scarcity rumors caused hoarding

Because it was rumored that most of the 1946-S nickel supply was shipped to military bases, the coin was hoarded and many are available today. Continue reading

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Olympic commemoratives had surcharge

The 1983 and 1984 Olympic commemorative, such as this $10 gold piece, carried a surcharge that went to the local and national Olympic committees. Continue reading

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Jefferson spouse coins sent early

Delivery of Thomas Jefferson gold First Spouse coins got started a little earlier than expected. Continue reading

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‘Just plain Chet’ started it all

Who is the most intriguing person in numismatics? Well, it would be hard to find anyone more worthy than Chester L. Krause. Continue reading

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First major die crack on proof Jefferson $1

A Spiked Head die crack on a proof 2007-S Thomas Jefferson Presidential dollar has been reported by a San Francisco Bay area collector. Continue reading

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1892 coins bear five- and six-pointed stars

Why did we switch from six-pointed to five-pointed stars on some of our coins in 1892? Continue reading

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Search starts for ANA head

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