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- Letters to the Editor (5/12/2015) Coin counting machines yield collectible coinsTo Bob Klippstein:I read your letter to NN about your find in your local grocery store’s Coinstar coin counting machine. I would like to congratulate you on your first find, the ‘43 “steely.” I hope t...
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The buildup begins for the March of Dimes Special Silver Set that will be put on sale by the U.S. Mint May 4. I had a short and sweet email about it yesterday. With the name of the set put … Continue reading
Ernest Hemingway made certain watering holes in Key West, Fla., and Havana, Cuba famous. They are landmarks. They are part of literary history. Numismatic writers have no such famous locations. They have to make do with just one night a … Continue reading
The current American Numismatic Association election campaign is a fairly quiet one. What can you expect when the presidency and vice presidency are not contested? This should worry the ANA board. I am not one of those who thinks lawsuits … Continue reading
High School graduation is just around the corner for many students around the country. They will be heading off to college, the military, to jobs, or other training. Yesterday, the American Numismatic Association announced that Tyler Rusnak of Villa Park, … Continue reading
Most coin collectors are good with numbers. Dealers are even more so. Most collectors also like precision. With an increasingly messy marketplace, precision isn’t always obtainable. A phone call to the office yesterday reminded me of our ever changing hobby … Continue reading
It must be good times for Iola, Wis., as the 2015-D Lincoln cent has found its way into at least one cash register here. I had lunch on Monday with Clifford Mishler, the retired CEO of Krause Publications, and he received … Continue reading
Most collectors are probably pleased that an appeals court ruled Friday that 10 1933 $20 gold pieces should be returned to the Langbord family. I am in that camp. Trying to take the coins away from the family seems to … Continue reading
The economy does seem to be improving. Signs at businesses looking to hire new employees are popping up like spring flowers in my part of Wisconsin. On one of my weekend errands, I stopped by and made a purchase of … Continue reading
Pat Heller writes a bullion commentary for a weekly e-newsletter that is sent out on Tuesdays. He also writes a hard-copy newsletter for clients of his business, Liberty Coin Service. I find his price list for the various bullion coins … Continue reading