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- Letters to the Editor (09/16/14) Good ol’ days aren’t coming backRegarding the letter from the reader bemoaning the loss of 8-ounce yogurt containers and metal caps on mayonnaise jars, I extend my sympathies, but those things aren’t coming back even if you boycott what’s availabl...
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The Commission of Fine Arts selected one preferred portrait for each of the four Presidents scheduled to be honored on dollar coins in 2008: James Monroe, John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren. Continue reading
Convicted coin dealer Tom Noe was sentenced Nov. 20 to 18 years in state prison for stealing from the $50 million rare-coin fund he administered as an investment for the Ohio Bureau of Workers Continue reading
With high metals prices pushing the cost of producing these coins over face value, the Mint acts to prevent significant losses of circulating coinage. Continue reading
A Dolley Madison re-enactor was an historical highlight Dec. 19 at the introduction of the designs of the four new 2007 First Spouse gold coins. Continue reading
The number one finest set of Indian $10 gold coins Continue reading
Trying to figure out the most historic coin in the history of the United States is a significant challenge. High on the list is the 1792 half disme, which was not made inside the United States Mint. Continue reading
Thanks to Public Law 109-145, the Presidential $1 Coin Act of 2005, you will be hearing a great deal about the 1909 VDB Lincoln cent in the near future. Continue reading
The U.S. Mint has announced that the 2007 American Eagle silver proof coins will be available for sale March 27, starting at noon Eastern time. Continue reading
Your 1890-dated Barber half dollar undoubtedly is an altered coin, so it would have no value other than bullion. Continue reading