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- Letters to the Editor (April 4, 2017) Drug store ad features 2017 cent without mintmark A few weeks ago Numismatic News asked its readers if they would be looking out for the new 2017-P cents, the first Philadelphia cent to have the “P” mintmark. I was thinking, yes, I would be looking out for them, but more so I’d be looking out for ...
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How badly do you want it is a question often asked of star atheletes in famous competitions like the Super Bowl. The same question can be asked of aspiring young coin collectors. Those who do want it are being offered … Continue reading
Mint pricing is baffling to collectors. If you want a 2017 Lions commemorative silver dollar, the price is $47.95 for a proof. The uncirculated is $46.95. The difference is $1. Collectors have long believed proof coins ago be superior pieces that … Continue reading
Trying to figure out what is important to coin collectors is based in part on learning about them through reader surveys. Our latest reader survey for Numismatic News shows that the average reader is 63.2 years old. The median age is a … Continue reading
A reward of $16,000 is being offered by the Bust Half Nut Club. It is seeking information leading to the recovery of 19 coins stolen from a member’s hotel room Jan. 6, 2017, during the Florida United Numismatists convention in … Continue reading
It looks like a race. A second candidate has declared for the presidency of the American Numismatic Association. ANA Vice President Gary Adkins made it official on Friday. Two weeks earlier former board member Mike Ellis had announced his intention … Continue reading
There will be inaugural medals after all. Today a gold version is supposed to be presented to President Donald Trump, according to the Green Bay Press-Gazette. It was produced by Medalcraft, Inc., of Green Bay, Wis. The firm found out … Continue reading
I will not be able to attend the American Numismatic Association National Money Show in March in Orlando, Fla. But that does not mean I am not interested in what goes on there. My morning email contains an announcement from … Continue reading
The Mint is hearing the average collector’s cry that he prefers silver coins to those made of gold. But can it really do anything about it? Certainly, it is trying. Gold is quite a bit more expensive than silver, presently … Continue reading
The surprise release of 2017 Philadelphia cents with a “P” mintmark has caused a stir in the numismatic community. Will it be enough of one to give the whole year a boost by increasing interest in coins generally? That is … Continue reading