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Community Voice Response: Aug. 11, 2020

from the July 17, Numismatic News E-NewsLetter Have you come across counterfeits or suspected fakes during your time in the hobby? If so, what have you seen? Here are some answers sent from our e-newsletter readers.   I’ve gotten a … Continue reading

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Year in Review: Collector Market Stable

By Richard Giedroyc There were six U.S. coins that sold for in excess of $1 million each during 2019. Five of them were sold by auction. The other was through a verifiable direct sale. The truly scarce to rare segment … Continue reading

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Surge in Interest in Coins Finally at Hand

Consider it a coincidence barometer if you like, but I have recently noticed an uptick in the number of full page ads in local newspapers as well as ads on television where unnamed companies offer to purchase your coins as … Continue reading

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Several ways to collect Walkers

Walking Liberty half dollars could still be found in change as late as 1966. The oldest half dollar I received in change was a 1943-D, still in nice condition. Once the Kennedy half dollar was introduced in 1964, half dollars … Continue reading

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