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- Letters to the Editor (Oct. 27, 2015) Dryer gives up surprise silver dimeI was doing my laundry, when I spotted a coin in a lint trap in a dryer. It was a silver dime, 1954-D!Ginger Rapsus Chicago, Ill.Does post office have stash of old stamps?How did the U.S. Mint get th...
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If you own a Dwight D. Eisenhower Coin and Chronicles set where the dollar can grade PF-70 and the medal MS-70, you can make a huge profit on it – just not quite as much as the first set or … Continue reading
By David Finkelstein As a researcher of the technology, processes, implementation standards and people that worked at the first United States Mint, I have read many publications on a wide variety of Mint-related subjects. The general belief, without any supporting … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc We appear to be under siege. Several countries are advocating doing away with all forms of physical currency in favor of the latest electronic innovative technology. Specie currency – coins composed of precious metals and bank notes … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc Germany’s Bundesbank or central bank is concerned with the number of fake euro bank notes now in circulation, while breathing a sigh of relief that the number of counterfeit coins appears to be on the decline. In … Continue reading
A large-size $10 from the McGill National Bank leads a group of 58 Nevada National Bank Notes that will be offered in a Holabird Western Americana Collections auction Sept. 11-13. The $10 note might be unique, Holabird said, and he … Continue reading
As the price of silver touched a six-year low last week, the truth is that many customers of long-term dealers are still in a nice paper profit position. Many coin collectors and investors in precious metals realized years or decades … Continue reading
Antique Trader, the national antiques publication delivering news, commentary and advertising for the antiques market, is currently accepting entries for its 7th Annual Favorite Finds Contest. Entries eligible for inclusion in the 2015 contest will be accepted through midnight September … Continue reading
The United States Mint has done it again: the release of the 2015 American $1 Coin and Currency set on Aug. 24 marks the fourth production of an enhanced uncirculated coin, the second one minted at the West Point Mint … Continue reading
A copper disme coin that has the distinction of having been the 1914 ANS Exhibition Plate Coin is among the top offerings in Heritage Auctions’ Sept. 17-20 Long Beach Expo U.S. Coins Signature Auction. The coin is PCGS Secure graded … Continue reading
“Excitement” was the buzzword at the annual ANA World’s Fair of Money held last week in Rosemont, Illinois, a familiar and popular venue for collectors and dealers alike. Adding to the excitement of this annual summer event were two official … Continue reading