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- Letters to the Editor (Oct. 6, 2015) Writings of Asian languages differI am writing this in response to Klaus Schwalfenberg’s letter in the Sept. 8 issue of Numismatic News.To us Westerners, the characters and symbols of the Asian languages, specifically Chinese, Japanese, and Ko...
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Can it be that the market for gold and silver is becoming traditional? The self-perception of the online hard money writers and readers is of a plucky band of far-seeing investment pioneers. However much truth there is in this self-perception, … Continue reading
Long life is something that everyone has on his or her wish list. Coin collecting has been extolled for many years as a way to escape the daily grind and relax. Is this form of recreation good for you in … Continue reading
If you are within driving distance of Pittsburg, Kan., there is a coin collecting seminar just for you this Saturday Oct. 10 at the Lamplighter Inn. It is sponsored by the Kansas Numismatic Association and is a continuation of the … Continue reading
Full disclosure is a good thing. I am in favor of it especially when it is from the U.S. Mint. On Oct. 8 the collector version of the Bombay Hook 5-ounce silver collector coin with a “P” mintmark goes on … Continue reading
This has been an exciting year for collectors of the Presidential Coin and Chronicles sets. Collectors were drawn to them because the Mint changed the quality of the Presidential dollar in the sets from a regular proof coin to a … Continue reading
The Coin of the Year selection process goes into high gear today as the nominating committee meets in Iola, Wis., to review all of the nominations that have been received this year. The job of the committee is to whittle … Continue reading
A 1794 silver dollar sold for almost $5 million last night in New York City in the sale of the D. Brent Pogue Collection conducted jointly by Stack’s Bowers Galleries and Sotheby’s. What is surprising is not the strong result … Continue reading
Is your opinion of the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee positive or negative? Now comes the chance for you to make a difference on the body that makes design recommendations to the secretary of the Treasury. An opening on the CCAC … Continue reading
Everybody likes a David versus Goliath story. The little guy wins against the big guy contrary to how things usually work out. The same is true with outsider versus insider in politics. When the outsider wins against the insider who … Continue reading