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Does the Mint make too many versions of the proof set?
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- Letters to the Editor (09/30/14) Don’t buy the highest grade you can affordWe have all heard the advice “buy the highest grade you can afford”. In contrast, a recent collecting strategy has been to buy the lowest grade coin you can find. Although I currently subscribe to the fo...
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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
Commemorative coins honoring the 400th anniversary of the Jamestown Settlement in Virginia were made available for the first time at a public ceremony on Jan. 11 at the Jamestown Settlement. Continue reading
Displays of top-graded early silver dollar varieties and the now century-old 1907 Saint-Gaudens gold coins will be on view at the Long Beach Coin, Stamp and Collectibles Expo Feb. 15-17. Continue reading
Just before the start of the long Presidents Day holiday weekend in New York City, U.S. Mint director Edmund C. Moy, joined by a throng of commuters and invited guests, placed the new George Washington Presidential dollar coin into circulation Feb. 15 in Vanderbilt Hall of historic Grand Central terminal. Continue reading
The American Numismatic Association plans to launch an interactive numismatic career service, the ANA Job Board, starting April 1. Continue reading
Heritage Auction Galleries has named Kelley Norwine vice president of marketing. Continue reading
When you realize that more than 30 percent of all the double eagles ever made by the United States ended up in the melting pot after the Gold Recall Order of 1933, it Continue reading
Potential bylaws violations by candidates for the American Numismatic Association board of governors have been the topic of talk among some ANA board candidates and their supporters. The mailing above by Barry Stuppler raised questions as to whether it violated ethics standards in the bylaws. Continue reading