FREE TOOLS AND DOWNLOADS
Subscribe to Numismatic News
More Numismatic Magazines
Answer our latest poll question
Letters to the Editor
- Letters to the Editor (5/5/15) Put Liberty back on our coinsThis letter is in response to Bob Olekson’s letter, “Time for action on designs not words.” I agree it is time we have a change of design on our coins. And we should be able to collect them from pocket change.We also ...
Place an ad to buy or sell coins online in our classifieds section.
Look up coin values with the Numismaster coin price guide.
Check out upcoming coin auctions.
Pat Heller writes a bullion commentary for a weekly e-newsletter that is sent out on Tuesdays. He also writes a hard-copy newsletter for clients of his business, Liberty Coin Service. I find his price list for the various bullion coins … Continue reading
Where is the price of gold headed? If I knew that, I would be rich. Traders would almost kill for such information. But no matter how much anyone knows, there is always a huge bit of guessing when it comes … Continue reading
Congratulations to the Industry Council for Tangible Assets, Whitman Coin and Collectibles Expo and their political allies. Late yesterday they announced that they had for the third time overcome an effort in the Maryland General Assembly to repeal a state … Continue reading
I am going to the Nicolet Coin Club banquet tonight in Green Bay, Wis. With the drive over, I will have to leave at 4:30 p.m. in order to arrive on time. Coin club banquets might seem to be old-fashioned … Continue reading
Tax deadline is April 15, just two days from now. This date used to be my prompt to write about a temporary slowdown in the coin business as dealers and collectors get their financial ducks in a row to make whatever … Continue reading
Gold seems to like the price of $1,200 an ounce. The precious metal crossed that line yet again this morning according to the Kitco website. How many times has it done so in recent months? I haven’t been counting. Have you? … Continue reading
Typos are wondrous things. No matter how hard I work, the sneaky things always manage to appear just when I think I have the problem licked. As an editor, I have dealt with typos for 37 years. My readers let … Continue reading
Like college basketball, we have reached the final four candidates to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 Federal Reserve Note. Eleanor Roosevelt, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman and Wilma Mankiller are the choices in the ultimate round of voting. In a campaign sponsored … Continue reading
For 44 years I have been able to write about the Ike dollar. Nearly everybody knows about the large clad cartwheel that was introduced in 1971, almost two years after the death of the former Supreme Allied Commander and President … Continue reading