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Take edge letters off Presidential dollars

I read all the pros and cons regarding the new dollar edge lettering in Dave Harper Continue reading

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Kraljevich opens firm

John Kraljevich is striking out on his own, starting a numismatic business named John Kraljevich Americana and Numismatics. Continue reading

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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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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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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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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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Mint gears up for 2008-dated bullion sales

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2008 predictions: gold, coinage and politics

I have authored this column since 1965, when I became a professional writer dedicated to covering the numismatic field. At times, I even gaze into the future of the hobby and the world around us. Continue reading

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Legislation still on table for

With the first session of the 110th Congress now history, the second session opens Jan. 15 with business yet undone. From a purely numismatic standpoint, the first session was a success even if the major accomplishment is a single law. Continue reading

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Heritage heads to Long Beach

A rare New Orleans proof half dollar, a notable collection of large cents and a collection of high-grade U.S. type coins will be offered among 5,500 lots of coins, tokens and medals in Heritage Continue reading

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