Tag Archives: commemoratives

Community Voice Response: Dec. 31, 2019

From the Dec. 6 Numismatic News E-NewsLetter Will you be buying a coin commemorating the Brexit event? Here are some answers sent in from our E-Newsletter readers.   I still hope no such coin will ever be struck because Brexit … Continue reading

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Viewpoint: Nous sommes avec vous (we stand with you)

By Tom Robbins In the past, some of our commemoratives benefitted restoration projects such as the Statue of Liberty coins and the Captitol coins.  As I sit here watching the Notre Dame burn, an idea came to my mind. The … Continue reading

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Modern coins bring opportunities

It is often said that opportunity only knocks once, but thankfully it’s not true. She knocks and knocks at our door, but at some point we have to be willing to hear her and welcome her in when she shows up. Today we are witnessing some of the greatest opportunities seen in U.S. numismatics since the Great Depression. Continue reading

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