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The debate over discontinuing the Lincoln cent and the paper dollar will probably go on indefinitely. Because of their symbolic value, they should never be discontinued. Continue reading
I feel compelled to reply to L.A. Saryan’s article “Rogue dealers need to clean up act” in the Feb. 18 issue of Numismatic News. Continue reading
I’ve noticed you refer to fiat and specie money regularly in some of your answers. Are you a hard asset person? Continue reading
It’s not an 1894-S dime, but then there are not many coins of any denomination or type in that league. Continue reading
I suppose it is difficult for the Mint to produce the cupped-shaped coins for the National Baseball Hall of Fame that are promised for this year. Continue reading
Ah, 2013, you are but a mere memory to many coin collectors. Continue reading
Designs for five America the Beautiful quarters to be released in 2015 were reviewed when the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee met Feb. 11. Continue reading
Are there coin dealers who directly influence, or even control the prices of coins? Continue reading
Strike a gold 2014 John F. Kennedy half dollar for his presidential library. Strike one for the Smithsonian Institution, but don’t strike any for collectors. Continue reading