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- Letters to the Editor (12/23/14) Time for Miss Liberty to put on some modern dudsIn reference to Viewpoint by Aron Lawrence in the Nov. 18 issue, I would heartily agree with the idea he proposed of new designs for our coinage.Everyone loves the Standing Liberty quarter, the Morga...
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Word has just arrived that the Mint has placed a limit of 300,000 on the number of 50th anniversary Kennedy silver sets that it will produce. Just days ahead of the noon Eastern Time Oct. 28 commencement of sales on … Continue reading
I had a surprise Wednesday. I was out walking at my usual time in the afternoon on the Iola Old Car Show grounds. There are a couple of hundred acres and asphalted lanes. As I moved along, I realized a … Continue reading
Some people plan ahead. Some people don’t. The U.S. Mint hopes that its customers for the upcoming four-coin 50th anniversary Kennedy silver half dollar set are the kind that plan ahead. Since the Mint moved from its old website to … Continue reading
An interesting topic presented itself to me this morning in my email. I will share the contents with you as well as my answer to the question below. “I was recently on vacation in Arizona and while in Tombstone I took … Continue reading
As I drove to work this morning I spotted the gasoline station sign proclaiming that a gallon of gasoline is $3.139. The gas price has been declining since summer and each step lower brings a smile to my face. Today’s … Continue reading
On Monday morning it is sometimes tough to fire up my memory and get focused on the news and features for the coming week. I think back to years ago and shrug. Even if I get myself up to speed … Continue reading
A handwritten letter arrived yesterday. The sender poses a question. He writes, “A few years back 20+ I found a 1988-P mint set with a doubled Washington quarter. “Since then I’ve bought hundreds of ’88 sets, but have found only 15 … Continue reading
The first gold Kennedy half dollar sold and then slabbed at the American Numismatic Association convention in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont, Ill., was worth $100,000. What’s a set of 2015 coins slabbed in 2014 worth? Perhaps we will find … Continue reading
Sad news appeared on the agenda of the American Numismatic Association’s telephone board meeting yesterday. It revealed that the Colorado Wyoming Numismatic Association ceased to operate June 14, 2014. The CWNA website says the organization was founded in 1952, which … Continue reading