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Richard Masters, designer of the Nebraska state quarter obverse, is one of the artists staying in the Mint’s Artistic Infusion Program. Continue reading
?A Penny Saved is History Learned? is the theme of National Coin Week, held April 16-22. To celebrate, the American Numismatic Association has developed a number of materials, including a complete PDF ready-to-print two-case exhibit called ?Benjamin Franklin: A Man … Continue reading
On April 2, ANACS will be moving from Dublin, Ohio, to a high-rise office building in the center of Austin Continue reading
The new auction site lets collectors purchase and bid on thousands of coins, stamps, paper money, militaria and other collectibles, all from one location and one seller. Continue reading
Nominations are being accepted until June 15 for the second annual Professional Numismatists Guild Young Numismatist Scholarship Program. Continue reading
The first-strike ceremony for the Colorado quarter was held May 24, setting the stage for the official launch of the coin on June 14. Continue reading
Former Ohio coin dealer Tom Noe pleaded guilty in federal court to three felony counts of laundering money into President George Bush’s re-election campaign in 2004. Continue reading
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