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A collection of Territorial gold will go on the auction block Dec. 19 at the Legend-Morphy-Regency V sale at The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. Continue reading
Bronze duplicates of a Congressional Gold Medal went on sale Sept. 11. The medal was awarded posthumously the day before in the U.S. Capitol Building to Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carole Robertson and Cynthia Wesley. Continue reading
Carlisle Development Corporation announces the release of a new book: Coin Collecting in Retirement/Managing an Inherited Collection. Continue reading
A licensing requirement has been imposed by the city of Rapid City, S.D., on pawnbrokers, secondhand dealers and dealers in gems and precious metals. Continue reading
A one-ounce commemorative silver round dated 2014 and featuring the Amazonian silver dollar pattern’s design has been created by Grove Minting. Continue reading
Numismatic writer Eric J. von Klinger, 66, died Aug. 22 after a lengthy battle with cancer. Continue reading
Do you want to turn your numismatic hobby into a professional career? The Professional Numismatists Guild now is accepting applications for “Promoting Numismatic Growth,” an education and mentoring program to recruit and train the next generation of coin dealers. Continue reading
Orders for reverse proof 2013-W Buffalo gold coins fell short of the 50,000 mark. Continue reading
The 49th annual OCNA Coin & Collectible Show will be held Sunday, Sept. 22 from 10-3 PM in the Fulton Municipal Building, 141 S First St., Fulton. Free admission and parking are being offered for the event. Continue reading
A complete set of Seated Liberty dimes in Gem Uncirculated condition (except for the 1873-CC No Arrows) will be on exhibit at the New Hampshire Coin and Currency Expo in Manchester, N.H., on Oct. 4-5. Continue reading