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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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Collectors of U.S. coins might have to say thank you to China. Why? Read on. Expectations are building among coin collectors about next year’s U.S. Mint offering of gold Mercury dimes, Standing Liberty quarters and Walking Liberty half dollars. The … Continue reading
Silver American Eagle bullion coins will be put back on sale by the U.S. Mint on July 27, 20 days after the July 7 notice was sent saying that it had run out of the coins. The Mint’s rationing system, … Continue reading
The price of an ounce of platinum fell below $1,000 this morning. Will gold be close behind? I checked the Kitco website a little more extensively than I usually do because platinum’s fall below that nice round number made we … Continue reading
Dates have been set for next year’s International Paper Money Show in Memphis, Tenn. It is a little earlier than usual, beginning June 1 and running through June 5 at the Cook Convention Center. This a familiar gathering for paper … Continue reading
Do you have the right to print your own paper money? A woman arrested in Tennessee while attempting to pass a fake $5 said she was granted that right by a new law. “All these other ******* get to print … Continue reading
The John F. Kennedy 2015 Presidential $1 Coin and First Spouse Medal Set is already on back order at the U.S. Mint website. It went on sale July 9. The set contains an uncirculated John F. Kennedy Presidential dollar, which … Continue reading
Every coin collector knows that in 1933 the U.S. government called in all gold coins. The public was paid face value for the coins. The next year the U.S. formally devalued, raising the official price of gold from $20.67 an … Continue reading
While the world may be looking at Greece and China, in Iola, Wis., today all eyes are on the numerous classic cars that have rolled into town for the annual old car show. More than 100,000 people usually come to … Continue reading
The Mint is in the process of ramping up third shifts at its Philadelphia and Denver production facilities to meet surging demand for circulating coinage. Yesterday the Mint trumpeted the success of its effort to hire new staff with … Continue reading