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Industry Insider: COVID Business Landscape, Part II

View all installments of the five-part Industry Insider series. By Tom Michael Everyone around the globe is adapting their ways of life and work to function as well as is possible during a pandemic. We all need to do our … Continue reading

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Gold, Silver Dip Impacting American Eagles

The hobby and business of coins continue on a relatively flat plain. Prices remain healthy, but selling within a tight range. Investors are sparse. There are questions regarding if new collectors are entering the field or not. The future of … Continue reading

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March coin production continues to slide

We’ve rounded up the latest U.S. Mint production totals for circulating coins and are noticing some dramatic changes compared to the first two months of 2019. Production at the Philadelphia Mint is showing a decline in every denomination of all … Continue reading

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Billion coins struck in November

Another month, another billion coins at the U.S. Mint. Though the combined output from Denver and Philadelphia backed off from the 1.4 billion struck in October, November’s output still put a lot of coins on the production scoreboard. Only quarter … Continue reading

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