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- Letters to the Editor (12/02/14) Formula calculates number of copper cents in rollWhen visiting the bank I still ask for a few rolls of Lincoln cents when making my transactions. Cherry-picking for cents by the community at large has yielded some impressive results, and as we enter 2...
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First Spouse gold coin designs for 2008 include two depicting 19th century coin designs because the wives of the Presidents had died before they had taken office. Continue reading
From the Jan. 18 Numismatic News E-Newsletter:
Should the U.S. Mint have postponed selling Bald Eagle commemoratives until it could take online orders?
Here are the answers sent from our e-newsletter readers to Editor Dave Harper. Continue reading
The Darke County Coin Club will hold its 42nd Annual Coin Show 10 a.m.-5 p.m. March 9 at Murph Continue reading
A redesigned and colorized Series 2006 $5 Federal Reserve Note was officially released to circulation March 13 during what was called a Continue reading
The 1915-S Panama-Pacific quarter eagle was certainly a historic coin, but as sometimes happens it was also an overlooked coin. Continue reading
Dolly Parton has followed Dolley Madison into the numismatic limelight when she was guest of honor at an April 10 ceremony that set an eaglet that she named Continue reading
More than 175 individuals attended the Ocean County Coin Club Continue reading
About 2,800 lots of specimens, proofs and other paper items formerly held in the American Bank Note Company archives will be auctioned along with other consignments June 2-4 by H.R. Harmer, Inc., and Archives International LLC. Continue reading
The ongoing supply shortage of 2008 silver American Eagles got the attention of the Silver Institute May 29 when its executive director, Michael DiRienzo, wrote a letter to Mint Director Ed Moy asking that steps be taken to increase the number being struck. Continue reading