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- Letters to the Editor (08/11/2015) No living person should be on American coinageIn one of the previous issues of Numismatic News, the question was raised about the Presidential dollar series continuing with still living Presidents of the United States. I say no. It has been an Americ...
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When the United States Mint released the Truman Coin and Chronicles set on June 30, collectors were quick and the sets sold out in 15 minutes. The sets were again offered in very brief sales periods on July 1 and … Continue reading
By Elisa Basnight and Rhett Jeppson Women have served in the United States Armed Forces since the Revolutionary War. Today, there are over two million women veterans across the United States, representing 9.2 percent of the entire living veterans population. … Continue reading
Despite poor economic news in China, a debt crisis in Puerto Rico and turmoil between Greece and its creditors, the price of gold keeps coming down. It fell from $1,199.90 on June 1 to $1,168 on July 1. “Every day, … Continue reading
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, the new edition of Collecting World Coins, 1901-Present, provides the most comprehensive country-by-country, fully illustrated catalog on the market for 20th and 21st century coins used in everyday commerce. Featuring complete coin descriptions and nearly 20,000 … Continue reading
A $10 million collection of Mexican coins will be put on the auction block Aug. 13 by Heritage Auctions at the American Numismatic Association’s World’s Fair of Money in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont, Ill. The Isaac Rudman Collection of … Continue reading
It is clear that the Chinese government is actively seeking to make its yuan currency one of the most important currencies for international trade. Over the past few years, China and a number of nations have concluded bilateral agreements. Under … Continue reading
Will this be the summer of sellouts? The first ever $100 one-ounce High Relief gold piece will go on sale July 30 on the U.S. Mint website beginning at noon Eastern Daylight Time. Price was not revealed at press time, … Continue reading
In just 15 minutes, the U.S. Mint reported it had sold out of the Harry S. Truman Coin and Chronicles set on June 30, despite the Mint’s 5-sets-per-household order limit. The set had a product limit of 17,000. It contains … Continue reading
By William H. Brownstein If history is any example you would think that the Mint would have learned when it limited the mintage of the American Eagle 2011 25th anniversary set to 100,000 and it almost immediately sold out. The … Continue reading