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Letters to the Editor: March 3, 2020

New 2021 Silver Eagle Proposed Design Again, America loses an opportunity to make a great design. The new eagle is great on the reverse, but arrows should be in the eagle’s claws, not olive branches. It continues to make America … Continue reading

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Coin Show Etiquette Suggestion

By John Quarfoth   I appreciate the “Coin Show Etiquette” part one (as a buyer) and part two (as a seller) articles. The articles included good tips for the collector both as a buyer and as a seller. I think … Continue reading

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Letters to the Editor: Nov. 5, 2019

Silver Lindbergh Medal I have a 1927 Paris Mint Charles Lindbergh medal in silver. It is three inches wide and its edge is stamped “2 Argent.” Lindbergh wears a suit on the obverse and the reverse shows a trans-Atlantic path … Continue reading

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Coin Show Etiquette Part Two

by Bruce Frohman   Proper Coin Show Etiquette as a Seller Most collectors have much less experience selling than buying and must adapt to a new set of unfamiliar experiences to be successful. Dealers need coins in order to have … Continue reading

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Coin Show Etiquette

by Bruce Frohman The Coin Show is a major opportunity to buy and sell coins and provides a source of great enjoyment in our hobby. The astute collector can make the best of the experience by employing basic principles of … Continue reading

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