FREE TOOLS AND DOWNLOADS
Subscribe to Numismatic News
More Numismatic Magazines
Do you think new metals for U.S. coins should also mean new designs?
- Yes (100%, 2 Votes)
- No (0%, 0 Votes)
Total Voters: 2Loading ...
Letters to the Editor
- 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...
Place an ad to buy or sell coins online in our classifieds section.
Look up coin values with the Numismaster coin price guide.
Check out upcoming coin auctions.
Since the Treasury imposed a ban on melting or exporting cents and nickels Dec. 14, the hobby has been looking for the other shoe to drop: the announcement of new compositions for both coins. Continue reading
?This was the best show I have ever had,? Al Johnbrier of Johnbrier Coins said of the Baltimore Coin and Currency Convention held March 22-25. ?I have only missed one Baltimore show in 35 years. The collectors were out in … Continue reading
Today the 1925-S is the second most expensive Peace dollar in MS-65. The most expensive is the 1928-S. Continue reading
Along with the half dollar, the 1926 $2.50 gold Sesquicentennial, or Philadelphia Sesquicentennial, was issued to commemorate the United States Continue reading
The first two First Spouse gold coins honoring Martha Washington and Abigail Adams sold out June 19, the first day they were offered to collectors. Continue reading
The Central Arkansas Coin Club held a special meeting on June 7 to hear a presentation by George Cuhaj, Krause coin and paper money market analyst and editor of the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Continue reading