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Should the eagle on the silver one-ounce American Eagle be changed?
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The silver American Eagle sold to the bullion market saw its May monthly total rise by another 72,500 to 1,516,000 coins. The demand for these is still exceeding supply and every additional coin is being eagerly snapped up. Continue reading
Following a successful 2007 issue, the Central Arkansas Coin Club has issued its 2008 colored wooden nickel. Continue reading
Editor David C. Harper believes New Orleans will bounce back from this tragedy with the help of a caring numismatic community. Continue reading
In the 40-day period ending in the middle of September, gold and other metals rose quite strongly as the weakened U.S. dollar struggled against the pound, yen and euro. Continue reading
NN editor David C. Harper thinks it’s a bad idea to sell your coins for what promises to be an expensive heating season this winter. Continue reading
A 1907 high-relief Roman numeral Saint-Gaudens double eagle, certified MS-62 by Professional Coin Grading Service, hammered for $23,500 at the Collectors Continue reading
A selection of Colonial and Continental currency and ancient coins will be included. Continue reading
Beating the Thanksgiving Day holiday deadline. Continue reading