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The Ike Dollar: A Symbol of Hope

By Pedro Lousa A few months after the independence of Mozambique, my parents decided that it was no longer an environment for their children to live. Nevertheless, they decided to stay a little longer as they loved Mozambique and so, … Continue reading

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Really Look at Your Coins’ Details

By Patrick A. Heller When did you take the time to really look at a coin? I’m not talking about an inspection to ascertain the state of preservation (grade). Instead, when did you actually examine all of the features about … Continue reading

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Will Ike dollar prices ever wake up?

Before modern commemoratives arrived in 1982 and before American Eagles were created in 1986, anybody who wanted an American silver coin after the metal was removed from the half dollar in the mint sets after 1970, the only choice was the Eisenhower dollar. Continue reading

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