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Community Voice Response: eNewsletter Jan. 24

From the Jan. 24, 2020 Numismatic News E-NewsLetter

Will you purchase a 2020 coin or medal commemorating the 75th anniversary of the end of World War Two? Why or why not?

Here are some answers sent in from our E-Newsletter readers.

Yes, if it is reasonably priced to match my budget.

Ron E. Linder
Address Withheld

Yes! I am a coin Collector and I served in the Royal Air Force. Also, I am old enough for the second World War to have a personal impact on my life.

Clive Rice
Surrey, U.K.


Name and address withheld

Yes, absolutely I would purchase a WW2 commemorative. My grandfather and most of my uncles served both in Asia and Europe. A 75th anniversary would be something I would definitely like to own.

Michael Ingraldi
Clifton, N.J.

Being a Veteran, I think I will be purchasing Coins & Medals of the Armed Services and the celebration of the end of World War Two.

Steve McGowan, USMC Veteran
Algonac, Mich.

Yes, I would buy a coin or a medal. Why not?

Leo Darmstadter
Vineland, N.J.

Yes. I probably will purchase both the silver and gold medal/coin that the Mint plans to mint and offer to the public this year.

Stephen D Bodwell
Woonsocket, R.I.

No, the coins will not hold their value.

Norman Grange
Address Withheld

Yes, I will buy at least one. My grandfather and his brother fought in WWII and I’d like something to mark their service. I may even buy five, one for each of my children.

Greg Chilcote
Orem, Utah

Yes. I would purchase the WWII coin.

Joseph Donofrio
Indianapolis, Ind.

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