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Type Sets Offer Flexibility, Variety

By Patrick Montrose Looking for something new and different to collect? Try putting together a type coin Set. Type sets offer flexibility and variety. A local coin shop had a rack of used albums at great prices. I was looking … Continue reading

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Letters to the Editor: Oct. 13, 2020

Salt River Bay Quarter a Disappointment Is it only me, or if any other collector has found any of the Salt River Bay “W” quarters, what is their condition? It took the U.S. Mint at West Point until the first … Continue reading

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Do Challenge coins use specific metals?

Modern art medals occasionally use non-traditional compositions including rocks, glass, and even organic materials. Is there a specific metal or metals from which Challenge Coins are expected to be produced? There are no specific ‘rules’ dictating the designs or composition … Continue reading

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