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- Letters to the Editor (12/23/14) Time for Miss Liberty to put on some modern dudsIn reference to Viewpoint by Aron Lawrence in the Nov. 18 issue, I would heartily agree with the idea he proposed of new designs for our coinage.Everyone loves the Standing Liberty quarter, the Morga...
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22-karat American Eagle gold puts up fight in first week of new 24-karat American Buffalo sales. Continue reading
Maine is a lovely state with a reputation of good, honest people, but in the wild and crazy world of commemorative half dollars in 1936, usually admirable traits could work against success. That may explain what happened with the York County, Maine, Tercentenary half dollar. Continue reading
Since the last installment of this series on the 2005 Minnesota quarters with doubled die reverse varieties, (in the Aug. 22 issue of Numismatic News), four related varieties have been found on the Philadelphia issue Continue reading
With his wife by his side, and his parents and daughter watching, Edmund C. Moy took the oath of office Sept. 5 to become the 38th director of the U.S. Mint. Continue reading
For the first time since I started this series, new reports of doubled-die reverse or Continue reading
“When you realize there were only 189 lots in the whole sale and that each of them was a medal, then the real significance of the realization begins to sink in,” said firm co-chairman Harvey G. Stack. Continue reading
The 1894-S Morgan dollar is usually a nice coin and makes you wish there were more of them. Continue reading
Let me ask the American Numismatic Association a question. Where are we going? I don Continue reading
Braille, clipped corners, different sizes. These options are are among those investigated as possibilities for the redesign of U.S. bank notes to accommodate the visually impaired. Continue reading