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Because it was rumored that most of the 1946-S nickel supply was shipped to military bases, the coin was hoarded and many are available today. Continue reading
The 1983 and 1984 Olympic commemorative, such as this $10 gold piece, carried a surcharge that went to the local and national Olympic committees. Continue reading
Delivery of Thomas Jefferson gold First Spouse coins got started a little earlier than expected. Continue reading
Who is the most intriguing person in numismatics? Well, it would be hard to find anyone more worthy than Chester L. Krause. Continue reading
A Spiked Head die crack on a proof 2007-S Thomas Jefferson Presidential dollar has been reported by a San Francisco Bay area collector. Continue reading
Why did we switch from six-pointed to five-pointed stars on some of our coins in 1892? Continue reading
Host clubs for the March 7-9 Phoenix 2008 American Numismatic Association National Money Show have created a limited-edition commemorative medal set that is now on sale. Continue reading
Victor David Brenner, designer of the Lincoln cent, gave wave to Abraham Lincoln Continue reading
I took some time to look through the micrographs in my diagnostic files for topics to write about this year. I found some truly interesting photos. Continue reading