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1792 Half Disme returns to Philly

The finest-known surviving example of the first coins made for circulation by the young United States Mint in 1792 will return to Philadelphia for a “homecoming” display Aug. 14-18 at the 2018 World’s Fair of Money. The small silver coin … Continue reading

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Rare 1992-D error cent found in tray

Michigan collector and cherry picker John Anderson reports finding a 1992-D Close AM circulation strike Lincoln cent that could be worth thousands of dollars! Amazingly, he found it in a “leave a penny, take a penny” container in a local … Continue reading

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ANA redesigns reverse

A redesign of the reverse of the Philadelphia convention medal to be issued by the American Numismatic Association was announced by the organization. The original reverse was too similar to a famous “Love” graphic that has come to symbolize the … Continue reading

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Program helps boost memberships

All visitors who attended the 61st Annual Santa Maria Coin Show in California May 5 were treated to an all-day, fun-filled, hands-on program about the coin collecting hobby. Called “The Changing Faces of Money,” the program was conducted by Walt … Continue reading

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YNs turn out in record numbers

A record turnout of Young Numismatists participated at the 54th Georgia Numismatic Association Coin Show April 13-15 at the Dalton, Ga., Convention Center. Bob Hartje was the chairman of the program that attracted 63 YNs accompanied by their parents. In … Continue reading

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ANA Summer Seminar gets $50,000

A $50,000 donation to support its Summer Seminar has been announced by the American Numismatic Association. Donor is the Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society. ANA said the amount given includes a campaign that will match dollar for dollar the … Continue reading

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Four seniors honored in Cupertino

Four graduating high school seniors were recognized with engraved medallions May 11 at the Cupertino, California, Coin Club’s monthly meeting by Lloyd G. Chan of the Northern California Numismatic Association. The four seniors were recognized for their dedication and enthusiasm … Continue reading

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Kid’s Zone makes Santa Clara special

The April 20-22 Santa Clara, Calif., Coin Expo shared numismatics with over 100 youth and families who came to learn about the hobby during National Coin Week. A Kid’s Zone offered hands-on youth- and family-focused educational activities. Local San Jose … Continue reading

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Floridians urged to check change

A coin drop was conducted by the Greater Jacksonville, Fla., Coin Club during a two-week period following National Coin Week. It ended on May 4. The purpose of this event is to inspire the public to collect coins and become … Continue reading

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Seminar scheduled

The Northern California Numismatic Association will hold its 5th Annual California Numismatic Seminar on Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum, 734 Marin at Capital, in downtown Vallejo, Calif. Four speakers will offer their takes on this … Continue reading

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