From all indications, the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) is an earnest, well-meaning panel that does its best to steer U.S. coinage art in a positive direction. … Why, then, have so many new coins issued in the decade since the CCAC’s founding read the rest of Ed Reiter’s column here.
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Two heads are better than one, so they say—but two heads plus two tails might turn out to be a case of subtraction by addition. That’s what I fear would happen if Congress adopted the ill-conceived and clumsily named American Liberty Coinage Program and Deficit Reduction Act recently introduced by a Kentucky congressman named Garland “Andy” Barr. Read […]
The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) is scheduled to hold a public meeting at 9:00 a.m. (ET) on Tuesday, September 27, 2011, at United States Mint Headquarters, 801 9th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20220. Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee Meets September 27
MY TWO CENTS’ WORTH: BAD PERFORMANCE REVIEWS By Ed Reiter For years, I have been lamenting the dull, dreary–sometimes deplorable–coin designs emanating from the U.S. Mint. The result has been a huge collective yawn, followed by a murky stream of more insipid “artwork.” Recently, however, my futile cry in the wilderness has been echoed by […]
Sometimes a story analyzes a situation so thoroughly–and concisely, I may add–that there is little more to say. Tim Shuck recently wrote on CoinLink about the new subcommittee of the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee. The CCAC hopes that the Subcommittee on Coin Design Excellence will help the group accomplish its mission of improving the designs […]