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- Letters to the Editor (March 7, 2017) Note’s serial number not, in fact, mismatched Had a call from Bob Campbell about a letter to the editor, which I have not seen, commenting about mismatched serial numbers on the note. Hate to break anyone’s bubble, but in checking the note, it being circulated, there’s a vertical fold on the first “6” in the left serial ...
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Good ol’ days aren’t coming back Regarding the letter from the reader bemoaning the loss of 8-ounce yogurt containers and metal caps on mayonnaise jars, I extend my sympathies, but those things aren’t coming back even if you boycott what’s … Continue reading
Kiick, Brueggeman did great job with ANA show The numismatic event of the year, the ANA World’s Fair of Money, has just concluded and this will certainly be a show not soon forgotten. I have attended the ANA World’s Fair … Continue reading
I just read the Feb. 18, 2014 issue. I must reply to the “Viewpoint” article: “Rogue dealers need to clean up their act.” Continue reading
Commemorative coins should be a way to attract new collectors. Continue reading
The debate over discontinuing the Lincoln cent and the paper dollar will probably go on indefinitely. Because of their symbolic value, they should never be discontinued. Continue reading
Just purchased some First Spouse gold coins from a walk in client. Continue reading
I have been roll searching off and on for the past 20 years and have always enjoyed finding the pristine Lincoln cents that are 40, 50 and even 60 years old that are still in circulation. Continue reading
I received my latest issue (Jan. 14, 2014) today and scanned over the articles and “Letters,” as well as the e-letter answers to a previous question asked online. Continue reading
Beginning in 2007, I have searched through 8,450,000 cents all in bags of 5,000 from counting machines. Continue reading