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OK, admit it. That pocketful of change you have at the end of the day doesn’t go into the change jar until you’ve looked over each coin. And that’s a good thing, because there are lots of valuable coins floating … Continue reading
IOLA, Wis. (June 18, 2012) — A 1983 copper-alloy cent has been found by a Pennsylvania collector who had purchased a copy of Strike it Rich with Pocket Change that was co-authored by Dr. Brian Allen and Ken Potter. It … Continue reading
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The first example of a frosted “Freedom” proof 2007-W $50 platinum American Eagle was reported June 18 as the result of a March 15 article in Numismatic News. Based mainly on this report, which a reader found on the CONECA website that eventually linked him to the full report on the NumisMaster website, I can now state that this error, which is the third size, has finally been found. Continue reading