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- Letters to the Editor (08/11/2015) No living person should be on American coinageIn one of the previous issues of Numismatic News, the question was raised about the Presidential dollar series continuing with still living Presidents of the United States. I say no. It has been an Americ...
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They say that a specialist is someone who knows more and more about less and less. It is a statement that is both funny and true. It is also a statement that applies to much that we are doing in the hobby these days. Continue reading
Anthony Terranova was given the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Professional Numismatists Guild at its annual PNG Day banquet Aug. 15 in Denver. Continue reading
The Smithsonian American Art Museum, completely renovated, includes a new addition within, the Henry Luce Foundation Center for American Art. Continue reading
President George Bush signed the Abraham Lincoln bicentennial commemorative dollar coin legislation into law Sept. 27 for a 2009 striking. Continue reading
Market prices of base metals are pushing the metal values of cents and nickels further over their face values. How long until people start culling them from circulation? Continue reading
American Numismatic Association new hire Sharon Thomas has been named to a newly created position called deputy executive director for education. Current numismatic outreach director, Lane Brunner, has been promoted to a position called deputy executive director of museum, library and research services. Continue reading
Commemoratives honoring the anniversary of the Jamestown settlement will be the first new coins offered by the Mint in 2007. Continue reading
The key to a Walking Liberty half dollar could arguably be the three 1921 dates or an MS-65 and up 1919D. Continue reading