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No one-ounce 2015 platinum bullion coins will be produced by the U.S. Mint and the collector 2015-W Torches of Freedom proof one-ounce platinum issue will have a reduced mintage of just 4,000. The Mint said this is due to a … Continue reading
Americans have gone deaf to the pro and con arguments regarding the future of the cent. The cent just is. They don’t want to be bothered to think about it any further. Collectors wake up to the future of the … Continue reading
The price of a gallon of regular gasoline in Iola, Wis., was $1.989 this morning. That brought a smile to my face. The scars of paying $4.259 a gallon in July of 2008 are still in the back of my … Continue reading
“Don’t tax you. Don’t tax me. Tax the fellow behind the tree,” Louisiana Senator Russell Long used to say. He was the expert on the dynamics of raising tax revenue for the federal government as chairman of the Senate finance … Continue reading
A couple of days ago, Tom Michael and I were talking about the numismatic hobby 50 years in the future. He is editor of the Standard Catalog series of world coin books. Both of us have been to the World … Continue reading
There are no more tenth-ounce gold American Eagle bullion coins available at the U.S. Mint it was announced yesterday. There are still one-ounce and half-ounce Eagle gold coins as well as one-ounce Buffalo gold coins available. The pattern is clear. … Continue reading
Medals are second class in the minds of many collectors. If something is not legal tender, that is, a coin, it is not worth collecting. Perhaps the prejudice against medals is not that extreme, but the whole bullion coin market … Continue reading
If you are planning a gold or silver holiday gift to your loved ones, you had better hurry up. It might be the season to be jolly, but it is also the season that the Mint begins to run out … Continue reading
The Professional Numismatists Guild is to be congratulated for a step forward in numismatic education. Classes originally designed for the organization’s internship program will now available to all online. Whether you want to improve your basic knowledge, or are just curious … Continue reading