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The Almanac of United States Coins has been released by Whitman Publishing. The 192-page softcover retails for $9.95. It can be purchased from bookstores and hobby retailers na Continue reading
A spring gold coin price list has been published by Steinberg’s, Inc. Featuring rare issues from Brazil to Scotland, the list includes 536 items. Continue reading
Whitman Publishing announces the release of a new book by Dr. Richard Doty, senior curator of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Numismatic Collection. Continue reading
What you would do if a 1936 nickel came into your hands struck on an underweight bronze planchet? Continue reading
Members of the American Israel Numismatic Association receive a free brass medal. Only 90 of the 30 millimeter pieces have been struck. Continue reading
How long the U.S. Mint will remain without a Mint director is an open question. Continue reading
Incumbent governor Greg Lyon is seeking re-election to the American Numismatic Association board of governors in the June election. Continue reading
Whitman Publishing announces the release of the Almanac of United States Coins. The 192-page full-color softcover retails for $9.95. Continue reading
The Massapequa Coin Club received a comprehensive presentation on the possible elimination of the cent from its Young Numismatist Mark Hammerschmidt during its Feb. 14 at the Ellsworth W. Allen Town Park meeting room in Farmingdale, NY. Continue reading