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- Letters to the Editor (1/27/15) Impressed with FDR coin setI just received the new 2014 Franklin D. Roosevelt Coin and Chronicles Set. It was ordered on Dec. 23 and delivered on Jan. 2. I must say that I was very pleased with this new Mint offering.I consider myself a U.S. h...
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Recently a writer asked if the Mint packaging should be kept once the coins have been sent out for certification/slabbing or thrown away. Our distinguished editor stated “There is no commercial reason to save the original Mint packaging.” Continue reading
I see that a reader has corresponded with you (“Best of Buzz, 7/30/13) regarding Numismatic News’ previously published definitions of “…a commercial uncirculated coin and a slider.” Continue reading
Searching rolls today for 2009 nickels was pretty disappointing, we only found one 2009-P and no 2009-D nickels. Continue reading
I totally agree with David Weatherby of Henderson, Texas, (NN issue July 9) that coins – even bullion rounds – should not be colorized or gold plated. Continue reading
We spent a few days in Toronto recently and I was impressed by Canadian currency and coins. Continue reading
I purchased one beautiful Morgan silver dollar. The reverse had a fully struck eagle, light natural toning, slightly uneven, darker near the rims of the coin. Continue reading
Mr. Zukowski is correct that “2012” is printed on the side panel of the 2013 United States Mint Proof Set® (P15), however, that this is for copyright purposes only. Continue reading
I read Dennis Matuszewski’s letter in the June 11, 2013, issue of Numismatic News and I would like to know if there is any way I can get a copy of the article he referenced. Continue reading
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