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- Letters to the Editor (10/14/14) Thoughts on repros and coins on televisionI read in the comics of the Cleveland Plain Dealer about computers that are programmed to make copies of various objects such as organs for transplanting.The thought occurred to me that one might do as muc...
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Donald H. Kagin of Tiburon, Calif., announced that he will seek a third term on the American Numismatic Association board of governors. Continue reading
Today the Buy It Now prices range from $80 to $175 for the most recent listings, with the lower price being the newest. Continue reading
With all the attention in the past few weeks given to the Washington dollars with missing lettering and other error types on their edges, it is easy to forget that other error types are also being found. Continue reading
Will lightning strike twice? The Mint may be hoping so as uncirculated gold and silver American Eagle coins with Continue reading
A mail-bid sale of Morgan and Peace dollar varieties is being held by Rare Coin Investments of Morris Plains, N.J. The sale, RCI?s eighth, contains more than $100,000 in rare Morgan dollar varieties, according to RCI president Michael S. Fey. … Continue reading
Findings, conclusion and determination of the Bylaws/Code of Ethics Violation Complaint brought before the American Numismatic Association Board of Governors Continue reading
The first two First Spouse half-ounce $10 gold pieces sold out on the first day the Mint offered them for sale June 19. Continue reading
The redesigned Standing Liberty quarters feature the breast covered on the obverse and the eagle flying above three stars on the reverse. These changes caused a rumor in 1918 in the Denver, Colo., area that the coins were counterfeit. Continue reading
Click here to read about ANA exhibits, lectures and sponsor support. Continue reading