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The Congressional gold medal was presented to Professor Muhammad Yunus April 17 during a ceremony in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda. Continue reading
A donation of materials from the collection of Vladimir and Elvira Clain-Stefanelli was made to the American Numismatic Association in Colorado Springs, Colo., by Dwight N. Manley, a numismatist and California real estate developer. The ANA announced the donation in … Continue reading
Winner of a Young Numismatist scholarship to attend a week-long Summer Seminar at the American Numismatic Association has been announced by the Professional Numismatists Guild. Raymond Hawkins, a 16-year-old collector from Eutawville, S.C., will receive tuition and expense money for … Continue reading
A Civil War naval battle is the theme of a new wooden nickel issued by the Central Arkansas Coin Club. Continue reading
Park Avenue Numismatics announced April 5 that it bought www.StraightSilver.com, a precious metals website that focuses on the sale of silver bullion coins and related items. Continue reading
While collectors are closely watching the May 9 opening of orders for the two-coin West Point anniversary set featuring reverse proof and enhanced uncirculated 2013-W silver American Eagles, they also need to prepare their budgets for two other coins made of precious metal that will go on sale in May. Continue reading
After serving on the ANA Board for the past four years, Scott T. Rottinghaus, M.D., is running for re-election. Continue reading
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