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A life membership has been awarded by the Palm Beach Coin Club to member Ed Polyanchek. Continue reading
Fourteen pieces of Bryan Dollars were certified by Numismatic Guaranty Corp. They were submitted by W. David Perkins, who acquired the group intact over a decade ago from Mrs. A.J. Ostheimer, who along with her husband had purchased them from Farran Zerbe, a giant of numismatics in the early 20th century. Continue reading
Mississippi’s Fred Thomas “Dusty” Rhodes died Feb. 13 at the age of 72 in Forest, Miss. Continue reading
Pennsylvania hobbyist William H. Cowburn Jr. died of cancer Feb. 24 at home in York. He was 58. Continue reading
The fourth series of elongated cents featuring Hawaiian Historic Lighthouses is now available for $8 postpaid. Continue reading
Proof gold American Eagle coins will go on sale April 18. As of press time, prices and mintage ceilings were not available. Continue reading
If you are looking for spirited competition in this year’s American Numismatic Association’s June election you will not find it at the top of the ballot. Continue reading
Word has been received of the death of Steve Deeds, president of Morgan Gold, Los Angeles. Continue reading
Canadian collectors will have the opportunity to bid on one of that country’s classic rarities at the Heritage Auctions’ Chicago International Coin Fair Signature® Auction April 18-23 at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Rosemont, Ill. Continue reading
“From Mine to Mint,” a new book by Roger Burdette, has been published by Seneca Mill Press LLC. The 560-page work examines the technology, equipment and operations of the United States Mints from opening of the second Philadelphia Mint in 1833 to the institution of operational reforms in 1937. Continue reading