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Mint booth draws big ANA crowds

Making a bigger than usual splash at the American Numismatic Association World Continue reading

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Third known medal on block

Discovery of a third Emancipator of America medal featuring a portrait of George Washington and produced some time around 1801 was announced by Heritage of Dallas, Texas. Continue reading

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State quarter responses

From the Sept. 13 Numismatic News E-Newsletter:
Do you buy state quarters by the bag or by the roll from the U.S. Mint?
Here are some answers sent from our e-newsletter readers to Editor Dave Harper. Continue reading

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Gold $5 value matched several world coins

United States half eagles from the early 1800s were close in value to Portuguese, French and British coins. Continue reading

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Wyoming quarter design prompts feedback

In matters of taste, there is no right or wrong answer. That doesn Continue reading

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Hawaii highlights

A Boy Scout program was conducted by American Numismatic Association vice president Patti Jagger Finner at the Hawaii State Numismatic Association Coin Show in Honolulu. Continue reading

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Liberty, Ron Paul

The raid on the Liberty Dollar office in Evansville, Ind., on Nov. 15 Continue reading

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San Francisco $1 part of Gold Rush history

While not common, the 1854-S gold dollar is certainly not a great rarity. As a souvenir of the famous California Gold Rush, however, it Continue reading

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First Spouse release dates set

Last week hobbyists got a look at the designs for the four 2008 First Spouse gold coins. This week the release dates have been revealed by the U.S. Mint. Continue reading

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1870-S Seated dollar sells for $1.3 million

One of the few known 1870-S Seated Liberty dollars sold privately for $1.3 million, reported the seller, Stanford Coins and Bullion of Houston, Texas. Continue reading

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