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In all probability you are not going to complete a collection of the early half eagles of the United States. As a group, they are simply too rare. Continue reading
The Senate agreed to a House resolution authorizing the use of the Capitol Rotunda to make a presentation of a congressional gold medal to the Dalai Lama. Continue reading
The current Dalai Lama, the 14th spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism, will receive a U.S. congressional gold medal Oct. 17 in a ceremony in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, D.C. Continue reading
In a way, this week was holding its breath. Continue reading
The decision not to strike large quantities of Sacs is still unofficial, but with less than two months to go in the calendar and production year, it’s apparent that the U.S. Mint’s strategy is to float the idea and then implement it in the absence of opposition. Continue reading
Over the years, I’ve written several times about deceptive cast counterfeits. This time, let’s look at a cast that shouldn’t fool any numismatist because it is so poorly made Continue reading
Collectors of foreign coins have a rule about trying to figure out what side of a coin is the obverse and which side is the reverse. The side that identifies the country is considered the obverse. Continue reading
The year 2007 ended with news of Michael Tremonti Continue reading