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ANA gives Moss Presidential Award

Sedgewick L. Moss, longtime member and editor of the Washington Numismatic Society, received the American Numismatic Association Presidential Award at the WSA Continue reading

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Mystery series spotlights paper

Continental Currency is the vehicle used for an episode of the Public Broadcasting System Continue reading

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Over half of Little Rock set production sold

Sales of the Little Rock Coin and Medal Sets had passed the halfway point as of May 28. Continue reading

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1880 gold $1 common because of hoard

It should be elusive, if not rare. It is neither. This is what makes the 1880 gold dollar such an interesting coin, even if we are not quite sure of the story behind the hoard that makes it available. Continue reading

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Brooks Robinson visits Baltimore show

Attendees at the Whitman Coin and Currency Convention June 29-July 1 got an added treat with the presence of former Baltimore Orioles third baseman Brooks Robinson. Continue reading

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Platinum proof Eagle set gets strong start

Platinum proof American Eagles sales numbers have begun this week. Continue reading

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PNG honors Krause

Chet Krause, founder of Numismatic News, was honored with the Professional Numismatists Guild Continue reading

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ANA lawsuit heads to court

The American Numismatic Association and Executive Director Christopher Cipoletti are gearing up for a Sept. 25 trial against former ANA employees and consultants. Continue reading

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The 1795 silver dollar 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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