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Should the eagle on the silver one-ounce American Eagle be changed?
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Designs for the reverses of 2015 and 2016 Native American $1 coins were endorsed when the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee met March 10. Continue reading
The Best Secured Coin Shows of 2013 have been selected by Col. Steven Ellsworth of the Butternut Company in Clifton, Va. Continue reading
For most individual tax return filers, April 15 is the annual deadline to send in their personal federal income tax forms. Continue reading
“These are just bullion coins. Why do you care about dates?” Continue reading
The status of ancient coins imported into the United States from parts of Eastern Europe appears to be caught in a lose-lose situation. Continue reading
Auction action is one method of gauging the market. Currently it appears that while great notes are up, really good notes seem a bit soft, especially in circulated collector grades. Continue reading
Perhaps the aluminum 1974-D Lincoln cent will not be sold at the Central States auction at the end of April. The Mint wants it back. Continue reading
You may not be able to pick President Benjamin Harrison out of a crowd, but the six latest presidents to be honored on $1 coins should bring a spark of recognition to most people. Continue reading
For 28 years, sculptor John Mercanti’s eagle with shield and grasping an olive branch and arrows in its talons has graced the reverse of the American silver Eagle $1 bullion coin. Continue reading