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- Letters to the Editor (Feb. 16, 2016) New quarters are out there, just keep lookingI just finished reading the Jan. 26 Numismatic News publication, specifically your response to P. Ritchie who found a Denali quarter.About a month ago, my sister who works in a local discount pharmacy, ...
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The story of 1928 silver dollars being produced only for cornerstones in buildings was started because there was a time when the Treasury released them just for that purpose. Continue reading
If you want to collect something different, the silver three-cent piece might just be a great choice for you. Offering history and good values, the smallest silver coin in the history of the United States makes for a great deal of fun as a collection. Continue reading
President and Master of the Austrian Mint Dietmar Spranz was given a Numismatic News Numismatic Ambassador Award Aug. 8. Continue reading
If you are looking for low prices and high growth potentials, the time to enter a market is when it is slow and sleepy. In recent years, that area that best qualifies might just be dimes, especially the clad dimes produced since 1965. Continue reading
Reports of new doubled dies in Lincoln cents happen frequently, but very seldom does it occur that a major doubled die sees its first discovery and publication a quarter century after it was minted. Continue reading
?No sale? is once again being rung up on the U.S. Mint?s cash register as proof 2007 Buffalo gold one-ounce coins became unavailable Oct. 9. Platinum ?W? uncirculated American Eagle coins followed Oct. 10 as did bulk sales of platinum … Continue reading
Error-variety columnist and coin dealer Ken Potter of Michigan reports what may be a $100,000 find of a 1969-S doubled-die obverse #1 Lincoln cent. Continue reading
There are probably no more historic and interesting coins of the United States than the first large cents. Continue reading
After two weeks of being on the market, there is still no sellout for the Dolley Madison First Spouse gold coins that went on sale Nov. 19. Continue reading