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- Letters to the Editor (Sept. 9, 2015) Ike set ordering disgracefulAre you aware of the disgraceful and unfair situation which occurred today while attempting to order the Eisenhower Coin and Chronicles sets?I, along with many others, were online at noon sharp to purchase two of th...
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At the Numismatic Literary Guild panel discussion last Thursday during the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money, I was asked about my beginnings as a numismatic journalist. My first bylined article appeared in the June 1971 issue of Coins … Continue reading
On my way down to breakfast Saturday morning, the hotel elevator doors opened to reveal a young woman wearing a grass skirt, a lei around her neck and rings of flowers on her wrists and on her head. I was … Continue reading
Today is the last day of the two-year American Numismatic Association presidential term of Walter Ostromecki. Walt has been a tireless promoter of education. He has also been engaged in a sort of personal outreach to the many clubs across … Continue reading
Coin collectors are resilient. They have to be. In the past seven years they have been put through a real-life version of “Survivor” by the Great Recession. I am thinking about this today because I have been invited to participate … Continue reading
It was a quick in and out visit by the head of the U.S. Mint to the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money Aug. 11. Principal Deputy Director Rhett Jeppson helped to cut the ribbon to open the convention … Continue reading
Ever wonder how the titans of the numismatic business got that way? Last night at the annual dinner of the Professional Numismatists Guild at Gibson’s restaurant in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont, Ill., you wouldn’t even ask the question. It … Continue reading
Here we go. It is American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money week in Rosemont, Ill., a Chicago suburb. A huge bourse, two significant auctions and more meetings and social gatherings than any individual can attend will keep thousands of … Continue reading
This week I finally had time to watch the movie, “Woman in Gold” on DVD. I liked it. It was a David versus Goliath kind of story. A Gustav Klimt painting was stolen by the Nazis in Vienna in 1938. … Continue reading
Sales of the 2015 High Relief $100 gold piece have hit a wall. Daily demand has fallen to practically nothing. Total sales as of Sunday, Aug. 2, reached a very strong 41,930 after the coin first became available Thursday, July … Continue reading