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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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Mint statistics hint at number of new collectors

The aftermarket for collectible coins is always difficult to access. There is no clearinghouse through which dealers report their sales. We need to rely on a series of co-incidence barometers to check the temperature of the business of coins. The … Continue reading

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Mint Statistics: Collectors continue Apollo 11 buying trend

Apollo 11 commemoratives still remain available for collectors, with sales inching toward the maximum mintages. The half dollar set is the closest to sellout, with 84,349 of the total 100,000 already sold. The 5-ounce silver isn’t far behind at 63,598 … Continue reading

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Silver Jefferson medal put on sale by the Mint

The third Presidential silver medal was put on sale Friday by the U.S. Mint. What? You didn’t notice? I will bet you were following the Apollo 11 program coin offers, weren’t you? I certainly was. The one troy ounce piece … Continue reading

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Would you buy the Trump, the Obama, or the whole set?

Wouldn’t you like to finish your Presidential dollar set? It ended with Ronald Reagan in 2016. By law, it was incomplete. It was mandated that way from the very beginning. Only deceased Presidents could be honored. I have written that … Continue reading

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