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The 22nd Annual Chicago Paper Money Exposition and the 41st annual Chicago International Coin Fair will be held in spring 2016 in Rosemont, Ill. CPMX will be held Friday through Sunday, March 18-20, 2016, at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare, … Continue reading
Austria brings home three category awards in the first round of World Coin News’ 2016 Coin of the Year Award voting by an international panel of judges that concluded Nov. 8. All coins nominated for the 2016 awards were issued … Continue reading
The United States Mint released the last of the 2015 Coin and Chronicles sets on Oct. 27. The Lyndon B. Johnson Chronicles set sold out in just under four hours after its arrival. Collectors purchased 24,221 sets as of Nov. … Continue reading
The Johnson Coin and Chronicles set release on Oct. 27 wraps up a run of four Chronicles sets for 2015. Which is the winning set? Truman with Ike in a close second, said Matt Crane of L&C Coins, Los Alamitos, … Continue reading
Three books recently released by Krause Publications speak to three different areas of collecting – coins of North America, U.S. paper money and 19th century world coins. 2016 North American Coins & Prices, A Guide to U.S., Canadian and Mexican … Continue reading
This past Saturday, my company had a booth at the Kalamazoo (Michigan) Numismatic Club show. This twice-a- year event has been a popular venue for decades for collectors and dealers to meet face to face to conduct business. The weather … Continue reading
By Kerry Rodgers Spink London’s fall sale catalog included several impressive collections. There was Andy Scot’s extensive hoard of copper and bonze pennies, a delightful selection of London Mint strikings of Constantius and Constantine from the Lee Toone Collection, and … Continue reading
A Congressional Gold Medal was given Oct. 22 to the Monuments Men Foundation at a ceremony held in Emancipation Hall of the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center. Those who served in the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives section of the Allied … Continue reading
Eisenhower dollars were never popular as circulation coins, but collectors have a great opportunity to find rarities when cherry-picking them for errors, varieties and high grades. Mitchell Spivack, owner of Wondercoins, San Clemente, Calif., and an expert on modern U.S. … Continue reading
The United States Mint reports selling no gold Eagle or Buffalo bullion coins from Oct. 21 to 28. Have bullion investors gotten cold feet? Perhaps. Buyers have taken just 40,500 silver American Eagles during that time period. Usually the Mint … Continue reading