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- Letters to the Editor (July 19, 2016) Chet’s life touched so many in hobby and beyond On June 25, we all lost a good friend and a great numismatist: Chester L. Krause, who was born on Dec. 16, 1923. Besides being a World War ll veteran and builder, a man called “Chet” was a numismatic icon who spoke in a mild and knowledgeable ...
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Chet’s life touched so many in hobby and beyond On June 25, we all lost a good friend and a great numismatist: Chester L. Krause, who was born on Dec. 16, 1923. Besides being a World War ll veteran and … Continue reading
Mint makes fast delivery of flawless Twain coin Just for the record, I received notification from the U.S. Mint that my Mark Twain silver dollar coin had been shipped on Feb. 2. It arrived Feb. 6. Four days. It must … Continue reading
New quarters are out there, just keep looking I just finished reading the Jan. 26 Numismatic News publication, specifically your response to P. Ritchie who found a Denali quarter. About a month ago, my sister who works in a local discount … Continue reading
Are new hires cause of poor quality from Philly? Is there any correlation between the recent sloppiness of the Philly mint products and the new hires? Maybe a learning curve? John Karpinski Address withheld Editor’s note: It is possible, but … Continue reading
Kennedy, Eisenhower worth of C&C Sets Sorry to be nit-picky, but, the folks whose letters were published Sept. 22 (print edition) as e-letters did not understand the question as none of the four responses had anything to do with the … Continue reading
If Jackson goes, take FDR off of the dime All of the talk of taking Jackson off the $20 bill seems like a good idea to many people based on Jackson’s treatment of the Cherokee Indians. While this is not … Continue reading
Dryer gives up surprise silver dime I was doing my laundry, when I spotted a coin in a lint trap in a dryer. It was a silver dime, 1954-D! Ginger Rapsus Chicago, Ill. Does post office have stash of old … Continue reading
Writings of Asian languages differ I am writing this in response to Klaus Schwalfenberg’s letter in the Sept. 8 issue of Numismatic News. To us Westerners, the characters and symbols of the Asian languages, specifically Chinese, Japanese, and Korean all … Continue reading
Volunteers make ANA show a success The American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money 124th Convention was held at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, in Rosemont, Ill., Aug. 11-15. Congratulations to the Chicago Coin Club for hosting their 16th … Continue reading