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I just received my $23.90 roll of “S” quarters from the Mint. Is anyone else seeing coins with what appear to be water spots on them? This roll was filled with them. About 60 percent of the coins had these spots. Any idea on what they are? Continue reading
We want to thank show owner Lyn Knight, along with show chairman Doug Davis, for providing the American Numismatic Association (ANA – www.money.org) a free table at your 36th International Paper Money Show, held at the Cook Convention Center in Memphis, Tenn., on June 7-10. Continue reading
I just tried to order my two-coin proof Eagle set from the Mint. Guess what? The website is shut down for maintenance. Another black eye for the Mint. Continue reading
I’ve been a subscriber for a couple of years now and love your magazine. It’s my first time writing you. My wife and I shop at a local farmers’ market. The other day, after arriving we were entering into the first building and I spotted a shiny quarter on the pavement in front of the door. Continue reading
On Sunday, May 6, the Vallejo (California) Numismatic Society held its 40th Annual Vallejo Coin Show. Our 2012 show was a success, and on behalf of our president, Harry W. Davis, our society thanks for their time and effort. Continue reading
After reading the article by Debbie Bradley on the San Francisco mint celebrating its 75th birthday, I’ve been wondering why the Mint hasn’t come out with a silver dollar commemorative for the Denver mint. Continue reading
A collection of letters from readers of Numismatic News to editor, Dave Harper. Continue reading
Am I to believe the Mint will produce as many American Eagle San Francisco proof sets as the public orders during the four-week ordering window? Could this lead to a 400,000 to 500,000 mintage? Continue reading
I would like to add that after reading the initial article in Numismatic News regarding the discovery of the 1825 large cent variety, I decided to look at the Frank Andrews text myself at the Library of Congress. Continue reading