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Should the eagle on the silver one-ounce American Eagle be changed?
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I had a conversation with colleague George Cuhaj yesterday. He mentioned that he had been approached by a former Krause Publications co-worker on bowling night. The co-worker is retired. Her question to George was what should she do with her … Continue reading
Taking a look at upcoming sales of various Mint products, my eye was drawn to two offerings to mention in the May 6 issue of Numismatic News. The first is the May 8 availability of the proof Buffalo one-ounce gold … Continue reading
Latest figures from the Mint showing sales of the various options that were available in the National Baseball Hall of Fame commemorative coin program show some usual accounting jiggles. For the $5 gold piece, the proof sales number now stands … Continue reading
Yesterday, just before lunch, I received a commercial solicitation by email. I was delighted to receive it. It is the first commercial offering of the new National Baseball Hall of Fame commemorative coins by a major coin retailer that I … Continue reading
In weekly Numismatic News poll questions, I have never had much luck inquiring about silver American Eagles as investment objects. But ask about potential design change as recommended by the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee recently and it is a different … Continue reading
If you had made a bundle of money in gold and silver between 2001 and 2011, how would you have spent your profits? A new car perhaps? I was reading an article in the “AARP Bulletin” about the buyers of … Continue reading
The cupped baseball silver dollar is sold out now, joining the cupped gold $5 at that status. Only the cupped clad half dollar now remains. The Mint’s website shows that the silver dollars will be shipped April 24 while clad … Continue reading
Last night I attended the annual dinner of the Nicolet Coin Club in Green Bay, Wis. Clifford Mishler, Numismatic News columnist and former American Numismatic Association president, drove. Joel Edler, former “Coin Market” editor and ad manager, and I joined … Continue reading
It won’t be long now until the National Baseball Hall of Fame commemorative silver dollars sell out, judging from figures released by the U.S. Mint yesterday. Only 33,660 remained out of a maximum 400,000. Proofs sales totaled 238,636 and uncirculated … Continue reading