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Coin Clinic: Mint Didn’t Learn High Relief Lesson

By Richard Giedroyc Since the U.S. Mint had so much trouble striking Ultra High Relief double eagles in 1907, why did they once again attempt to strike very high relief coins in 1921, these being the Peace dollars? Since when … Continue reading

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Two NGC-certified Double Eagles Soar at Stack’s Bowers Rarities Night

We have recently learned that vintage U.S. coins certified by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) did exceptionally well at Stack’s Bowers Galleries Baltimore Rarities Night. The top lots were two $20 coins from New Orleans: an 1856-O Liberty Head double eagle … Continue reading

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1927-D Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle

The 1927-D Saint-Gaudens double eagle may just be one of the most interesting great rarities of the United States. What makes it all the more interesting is that we cannot really be sure just what the future holds for it. … Continue reading

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