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Legend-Morphy’s Feb. 28 Las Vegas auction featured 334 lots and realized $1.73 million. Continue reading
Incumbent Gary Adkins is seeking to retain his seat on the American Numismatic Association board of governors in the 2013 election to be held in June. Continue reading
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing can put a signature on Series 2013 $1 Federal Reserve Note plates now that Jacob “Jack” Lew has been confirmed in the position of secretary of the Treasury on Feb. 27. Continue reading
Businesspeople and elected officials gathered to help Anthony and Gloria Swiatek cut the ribbon at Minerva Coins and Jewelry, located on the first floor of their new Italian villa-style building at 63 Spring St. Continue reading
The second edition of The Encyclopedia of United States Silver Dollars 1794-1904, authored by Q. David Bowers, is now available. Continue reading
The Chicago Paper Money Expo will be held March 7-10 at the Crowne Plaza O’Hare in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont. Continue reading
Jerry Buss died Feb. 18 at the age of 80 in Los Angeles. After he bought his Los Angeles Lakers basketball team in 1979 they were 10-time National Basketball Association champions while he owned them. Continue reading
Expanding the American Numismatic Association Summer Seminar and increasing the number of scholarships to it are two of the goals of Tom Mulvaney, who has declared his candidacy for a seat on the ANA board of governors. Continue reading
Less than two weeks after taking leave of the FUN experience, where I’d enjoyed central Florida’s daily temperature readings in the 80s, I found myself putting the Town Car on the road to Fargo, N.D., where temperatures were forecast to be in the single digits below zero, with wind chills deep into the minus-20s range. Continue reading
Wartime experiments to replace copper and nickel in 1 cent and 5-cent pieces is the topic of a new book authored by Roger Burdette. Continue reading