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In response to the question in Mr. Fazzari’s May 28 column from Numismatic News, I wanted to let you know that the coin you came across is part of a popular magic trick, called a “Scotch and Soda.” Continue reading
As I read letters in Numismatic News and hear of people passing away and their collections being sold by family members who have little or no knowledge of what they are selling, I am reminded of an article that appeared in NN Feb. 8, 2000. Continue reading
When we embarked on this journey with our Uncle George Walton’s 1913 Liberty Head Nickel 10 years ago, we had no idea what we would be install for. What an experience it has been! Continue reading
Our great U.S. Mint has done it again. When I received my three proof sets from the mint I noticed that on the side cover it had 2012 proof set printed. It did have the correct 2013 on the face of the box. Does the Mint have any kind of quality control? Continue reading
For the sixth time in 16 years, the American Numismatic Association Board of Governors fired an executive director. Although the press release said that Jeff Shevlin’s contract would not be renewed, a call to the ANA headquarters in Colorado Springs revealed that Jeff had not been in the office for over two weeks at the board’s request. Continue reading
I’ve just returned home from one of the most disappointing events I have ever attended. My wife, my son and his wife, and our two grandchildren traveled to Put-in-Bay, Ohio, for the official launch ceremony of the America the Beautiful Quarter Program. Continue reading
Would you please do an article soon on the best way to ship an expensive coin ($1,000) to a private collector. Continue reading
In my penny search I have recently found two pennies. One is a 1943 copper-coated steel cent. At first sight I thought I had hit the jackpot. Then I put the magnet test to it, and bingo, it snapped off my counter. What a letdown. Continue reading
Please clear this up for me. I know the 2009 satin finish Lincoln cents are brass. It is listed that way in the literature that came with the mint set. Continue reading