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Stack’s Offers World War Medals in Exonumia Sale

Stack’s Bowers Galleries is presenting a special April Collectors Choice Online (CCO) auction of over 160 lots of exonumia. These pieces represent three different topics: the works of Jacques Wiener mostly comprising his famous, intricately engraved architectural series; World War … Continue reading

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Jewish-American Hall of Fame Book Published

Jewish-American Hall of Fame medals issued from 1969 to 2019 have found homes in collections and museums around the world – becoming the longest continuing series of non-government art medals currently being issued in the world. Now, for the first … Continue reading

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Community Voice Response: Dec. 10, 2019

From the Nov.15 Numismatic News E-NewsLetter Do you collect medals in addition to coins? If so, what types? If not, why? Here are some answers sent in from our E-Newsletter readers.   Rarely would I collect medals. Mark Cooper Address … Continue reading

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Medals all Around

By Tom Michael Presidential Coin & Antique Company released its 155th mini fixed-price list on Sept. 17. If you are at all familiar with Joe Levine’s mini fixed-price lists, then you know that they always offer something special for the … Continue reading

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Letters to the Editor (March 19, 2019)

Mint reused 1968 envelope I have attached a photo (at right) from a recent purchase of a 1969 U.S. Mint Set. As you can see in the picture, the mint used an envelope originally intended for a 1968 U.S. Mint … Continue reading

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ANS buys medal archive

Archives of the Medallic Art Company have been purchased by the American Numismatic Society. More than 50,000 individual items such as medals, dies, galvanos, plaques, and paper and digital archives were sold to ANS for $420,000 in bankruptcy proceedings of … Continue reading

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Jewish-American Hall of Fame issues medal

The Jewish-American Hall of Fame has honored Mordecai Manuel Noah, who was the first Jewish American diplomat, the first Jewish editor of a New York newspaper, a prolific playwright, a judge, and who unsuccessfully attempted to establish a Jewish homeland in 1825 in upstate New York. Continue reading

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Huckabee endorses medal set

The Franklin Mint is selling a seven-medal set called the Founding Fathers of America Coin Collection. Priced at $199.95 the set comes in a hardwood display box with a hard-bound copy of the U.S. Constitution. Endorsing the set is Fox talk show host Mike Huckabee, a former governor of Arkansas and Republican presidential candidate. Continue reading

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Festival medals available

George Brower and Terry Woodward, Florence, Ore., dealers, have released their second annual silver and bronze medals. The pieces were issued in conjunction with Florence’s annual Rhododendron Festival held May 18-20. Continue reading

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TAMS Banquet plans take shape

The Token and Medal Society voted at its board meeting last year to move its board meeting, general meeting and the TAMS banquet to Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012, in Philadelphia at the American Numismatic Association’s World’s Fair of Money show. Continue reading

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