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I received a mailing yesterday from the U.S. Mint promoting the new Civil Rights Act of 1964 commemorative silver dollars. I am not used to getting Mint mailings since the website became the primary focus of Mint sales efforts, but … Continue reading
It may be a new year, but the same old problems continue to plague us. Here we are on the seventh day and already I have received an email from a bereaved spouse of a collector. “My husband passed away … Continue reading
Mother Nature is trying to prevent us from getting into high gear after the holidays. I live only a mile from the office, so I did not have any difficulty arriving at my desk this morning, but a number of … Continue reading
Collectors do not seem to like to think about sales taxes. As the country inches closer to seeing state and local sales taxes collected by merchants on all online purchases, this indifference could come back and bite them. Last year … Continue reading
The best thing about the first business day of any new year is the sense that everybody starts with a clean slate and whatever begins to happen is fresh and interesting. While we note that gold and silver declined during … Continue reading
Gold American Eagles dated 2014 will go on sale to the U.S. Mint’s authorized purchasers network on Jan. 2. These buyers will be able to pick up their initial orders for 2014 coins on Jan. 7. To supply 2014-dated gold … Continue reading
It is New Year’s Eve. One of my new traditions seems to be being contacted by someone somewhere who writes in to complain about cable TV shopping channels offering coins for sale that are about to be released in advance … Continue reading
As soon as the calendar changes the page in a few days and 2014 begins, the regular usage of the “P” mintmark for Philadelphia will mark 35 years since it began. That’s a long time. That’s what can tax the … Continue reading
Don’t you think it is about time for the U.S. Mint to abolish its clad proof sets? I do. Silver proof sets containing 90-percent silver examples of dimes, quarters and half dollars have been produced by the U.S. Mint since … Continue reading