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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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Have we turned into numismatic robots? Are average collector buying decisions now determined less by needing to fill out a set and more by what outside influences are pushing us to do? Everybody knows that the average age of collectors … Continue reading
I have not been to a coin show in Nebraska since the Central States Numismatic Society convention in 1980 in Lincoln. That is perhaps not surprising given my other travels in the last 35 years. I simply cannot attend every … Continue reading
Only 13,314 $100 High Relief one-ounce gold coins remain after the first day of sales. The U.S. Mint said buyers nabbed 36,686 pieces yesterday, putting the coin on backorder until Oct. 1 for those who enter an order on the … Continue reading
The race for the title of silver American Eagle best sales month of 2015 comes down to the final day – and it could hardly be closer. With sales of 197,500 of the popular bullion coins yesterday, the Mint has … Continue reading
Collectors like the new High Relief $100 gold coin. The Mint reports 35,000 sold of a possible 50,000 maximum. The Mint website says the coins are currently unavailable, though a Mint spokesman said the website will be updated in the next 24 … Continue reading
Have you seen articles recommending that when you buy precious metals that you should get some of the smaller sizes to use to make purchases after the U.S. dollar goes to the final resting place of all fiat currencies? I have. It … Continue reading
Mass marketer or niche product producer, the Mint bounces back and forth between these two very different marketing approaches like a circus performer on a tightrope. Yesterday, from its mass marketing pole, the Mint set off and sold another 1,221,500 … Continue reading
Silver American Eagle one-ounce bullion coins were put back on sale by the U.S. Mint yesterday. The Mint had run out of the coins in early July. It took almost three weeks to build up a supply of 3 million … Continue reading
Government overreach is not a problem that happens only in the United States. The latest example of this is in Germany with a proposed amendment to its Protection of Cultural Heritage law. Alarmed, Ursula Kampmann of CoinsWeekly has spearheaded an … Continue reading