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- Letters to the Editor (10/28/14) Why don’t all Kennedy coins have dual dates?I got my “P” and “D” Kennedy coins, three sets in all. Thinking they would have dual dates, but they are the same as the rolls I got.I called them because I am on their mail system with Presidential doll...
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Will rationing return to limit purchases of 2014 silver American Eagle bullion coins from the U.S. Mint? It might. But the Mint calls it allocation. On Friday, in response to questions from me, the Mint said “The demand we have … Continue reading
Low demand for American Eagle bullion coins in August allowed the U.S. Mint to get a jump on production of 2015 Eagles, the Mint says, but the September demand surge for the coins caused it to refocus on 2014 output The … Continue reading
How about a stroll down memory lane? If you are looking for a new challenge at reasonable cost, you might just take a look at the APMEX website. It is a bullion sales site to be sure, but there is … Continue reading
If you wonder why the prices of gold and silver are in retreat, yesterday’s financial market headline that the U.S. dollar has risen 7.7 percent against an index of world currencies in just three months is a good place to … Continue reading
The Royal Canadian Mint is one of the most savvy marketing organizations in the world. Yet I can’t quite wrap my mind around the concept behind a new product announced last week. The RCM is now selling gold Maple Leaf … Continue reading
I have written often about the responsibility of coin collectors to give proper instructions to heirs for the disposal of coin collections. My task is one that will never be completed because coin collectors are so terrible at taking this advice. … Continue reading
Heading toward the U.S. Mint’s transition from one website to another Oct. 1 has created at least a couple of issues with customers. I have had a number of inquiries regarding the cancellation of the subscription program and the accompanying … Continue reading
Imagine working for a major firm like Stack’s Bowers Galleries and being able to see the crown jewels of numismatics close up. Thinking of how wonderful it would be to see such rare pieces as the only 1822 $5 gold … Continue reading
Do you have a friendly neighborhood coin dealer? If you do, now might be the time to pay him a visit. Michigan dealer Pat Heller wrote in his enewsletter story yesterday that there is some weakness evident in the key … Continue reading