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- Letters to the Editor (March 7, 2017) Note’s serial number not, in fact, mismatched Had a call from Bob Campbell about a letter to the editor, which I have not seen, commenting about mismatched serial numbers on the note. Hate to break anyone’s bubble, but in checking the note, it being circulated, there’s a vertical fold on the first “6” in the left serial ...
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Democrat on one side, Republican on the other. Will you decide with a flip of this encased dime? Continue reading
The oldest coin club west of the Mississippi gathered for its annual banquet. Continue reading
Denver native and designer Daniel Carr has brass and silver rounds for sale marking the 100th anniversary of the Denver Mint. Continue reading
Bernie Watts, a Colorado businessman forced to sell his collection of San Francisco gold coins to save his company in 2001, was the winner of a 1914-S Saint-Gaudens double eagle. Continue reading
Gold is one of my favorite perennial topics. For me, though, it is a second-hand interest. I will bet this is true for most of my readers. I came to gold through an interest in silver. Continue reading
Consider this column the official call for nominations for the Numismatic Ambassador Award. Mail yours by Dec. 7, 2006. That is all there is to it. Continue reading
A Nov. 18 visit to the just-opened Newman Money Museum in St. Louis chanced to find its namesake, Eric P. Newman, present, along with another fellow who recently had a money museum named after him, Edward C. Rochette. Continue reading
Michael Doran announces his candidacy for the 2007-2009 ANA Board of Governors. Continue reading
The 1901 Morgan dollar is an extremely interesting date and in top grades, it is also extremely tough. In fact, among the circulation strikes in the Morgan dollar set, the only tougher MS-65 is likely to be the 1896-O, so the 1901 is a date that has to be taken very seriously. Continue reading