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- Letters to the Editor (1/27/15) Impressed with FDR coin setI just received the new 2014 Franklin D. Roosevelt Coin and Chronicles Set. It was ordered on Dec. 23 and delivered on Jan. 2. I must say that I was very pleased with this new Mint offering.I consider myself a U.S. h...
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When I went to school I was taught about the formation of U.S. Steel, the first billion dollar American company at the beginning of the 20th century. That impressed me. In 2015 we are now are on the threshold of … Continue reading
Markets act strangely when many players are away on a long holiday weekend. Numismatics is a relative small fry compared to other world markets so we are always looking outward for cues for our behavior. The question today is whether … Continue reading
It is time to wish everyone a happy new year. I hope it is a prosperous one for everyone and coin collectors can pursue their numismatic dreams. In 2014 we had some instances that make me wonder how they can be topped … Continue reading
How big is the U.S. rare coin business? I have been asked that over and over again in my career. There is no official record keeper, so we have to rely on estimates from organizations like the Professional Numismatists Guild. … Continue reading
Remember the old TV commercials telling us that Certs is a candy mint and Certs is a breath mint? I might be showing my age by recalling this. I googled the lines and was led to a posted commercial from … Continue reading
Sellout of the 2014 one-ounce silver American Eagle bullion coin was announced midday Dec. 24 by the U.S. Mint. Authorized Purchasers carried away a record 44,006,000 pieces. Last year’s sales record was 42,675,000. Now we have until Jan. 12 to … Continue reading
Have you ever tried to sell a set from the U.S. Mint that is not in its original packaging or does not have all the paperwork? Not pleasant is it, if you are expecting full price? For many years Numismatic … Continue reading
While children all across America are waiting for Santa to arrive in a couple of days, the nation’s coin collectors have received a gift of sorts from the U.S. Mint. That gift is website clarity. The Mint’s website will now … Continue reading
Which product should the Mint put on sale first in 2015? You are correct if you guessed the 2015 proof silver American Eagle. Proof silver Eagles are perennial favorites that have even eclipsed proof sets as annual staples of collector … Continue reading