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But will it happen in time for the front page?

During some weeks waiting for news to happen is the order of the day. This is one of them. Continue reading

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Native Americans honored on Sacs

The U.S. Treasury will issue $1 Sacagewea coins in 2009 and beyond with reverse images commemorating the important contributions made by Indian tribes and individual Native Americans to the development of the United States and American history. Continue reading

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New $5 bill something to look forward to

I am looking forward to the introduction of the new $5 Federal Reserve Note. I am delighted the Bureau of Engraving and Printing is creating something new for me to spend and possibly collect in the future. Continue reading

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Carlisle offers new $1 holders

Carlisle Development Corporation released a new product line of coin holders for Presidential dollar coins. The holders are 10-inch circular presentation boards that cointain Air-Tite Direct Fit holders for 16 Presidential dollars in a circle around a gold hot-stamped graphic … Continue reading

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Quarter prices part ways in higher grades

The 1932-S Washington quarter has been thought of as half of a pair of twin key dates for a long time. Continue reading

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E-Newsletter responses 3

From the Oct. 25 Numismatic News E-Newsletter:
If you had the money, would you pay $100,000 for a rare 1969-S doubled-die cent? Continue reading

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Time may be ripe for Seated Liberty dimes

If you are looking for a good value on an interesting coin, the Seated Liberty dime series might well be a good place to look. Continue reading

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Maine Centennial half was party no-show

One would think that a Maine Centennial half dollar would be a relatively straightforward commemorative. Well, in some ways it is. But reading between the lines reveals potential for later and greater problems with other issues. Continue reading

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Mint gears up for 2008-dated bullion sales

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New eagle commems in January

A flying eagle design reminiscent of the reverse of the Standing Liberty quarter will be one of three new obverse designs for next year Continue reading

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