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As the impact of yesterday’s decline in precious metals sinks in, we can already see the effects ripple through numismatics. The U.S. Mint took three silver-related products off sale in the middle of the day yesterday for what will likely … Continue reading
How low can they go? That is the question on the minds of many owners and followers of precious metals this morning. When I checked the Kitco website I found that an ounce of gold was trading for $1,422.90 a … Continue reading
Quick. If you had limited funds to spend, would you rather pay $36 each for a roll of 1986-P or 1986-D cents, or would you rather pay $37.50 for an uncirculated roll of 1951-D cents or $35 for a roll … Continue reading
It’s baseball season, but you wouldn’t know it by looking out the window here in Iola, Wis. We see snow. Winter still has us in its grip. Last year it was in the 80s in March. This year the ground … Continue reading
The second America the Beautiful quarter of 2013 is now available in quantity from the U.S. Mint. Have you ordered your rolls or bags yet? The coin honors Perry’s Victory and International Peace Monument at the village of Put-In-Bay, Ohio, … Continue reading
Are quarters back in demand by the U.S. economy after four weak years? That would be one conclusion that can be drawn from the latest monthly coin production figures from the U.S. Mint. In the first three months of 2013, … Continue reading
I had a bit of a mental flashback to my youth when I saw that the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential dollar will become available from the U.S. Mint on April 11. At long last a coin that many collectors have yearned … Continue reading
I had a telephone call on Tuesday from a fellow who wanted to know what his Confederate $100 bill was worth. I asked him what color the signatures on the note were. “What do you mean what color? What color … Continue reading
Is the cameo proof about to be knocked off its perch as the ultimate example of the coiner’s art? For four decades since the U.S. Mint perfected the technique to give all proof coins the cameo effect of white frosted … Continue reading