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I had a telephone call from an individual who wanted to know what the prices in his newly purchased U.S. Coin Digest represented. I told him they were prices that he would expect to pay were he to go out … Continue reading
Several emails have arrived over the course of the week from an individual who is actively collecting silver American Eagle coins. His position is the more varieties of silver Eagles there are, the better. Worse for me is that he … Continue reading
I think every collector has been at a public forum where the speaker has asked for a show of hands. This is a handy method to quickly evaluate a group’s view of important issues. Sometimes a simple letter to me … Continue reading
Small towns are reputed to be friendly places. If you visit Iola, Wis., population 1,300, I think you will find that we live up to our reputation – most of the time. I was up and out early this morning … Continue reading
It is old news now, but this blog was written for posting on Dec. 2. Due to some problem that I have yet to figure out, it was present for me but nobody else apparently could see it. Sorry for … Continue reading
On Dec. 9 the U.S. Mint will sell the final batch of 2013-dated silver American Eagles to its network of Authorized Purchasers. From that point, there will be a gap in availability of bullion silver coins until the 2014 pieces … Continue reading
I salute all of the plucky collectors who have been able to find the funds at the end of 2013 in order to buy this year’s First Spouse gold coins. In the first couple of weeks, buyers of the Ida … Continue reading
I was looking at a feature story about Walking Liberty half dollars. A stray thought occurred to me as I was noting the obverse placement of the mintmarks on the coins of 1916 and 1917 and the reverse placment of … Continue reading
The Mount Rushmore 5-ounce silver bullion coin sold out its 35,000 maximum in less than a month. Three of the five designs are now sold out and the Perry’s Victory and Great Basin designs are both near their 30,000 maximum. … Continue reading