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Table of Contents April 2011

Thursday, December 29th, 2011 by

The Moy Years at the Mint He improved customer service and tried to better schedule new-product releases under fiscal constraints by Dom Yanchunas The Still Unfolding Saga of the “Saints” What began as a hunch has turned into a court proceeding that’s become a must-see numismatic event by John Perritano Coin Capsule: 1939 Americans spent […]

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Table of Contents March 2011

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011 by

What’s Hot, What’s Not? Collectors are taking advantage of many opportunities, but their interest has waned in some areas by Dom Yanchunas Profiles in Coinage: Gold Dollars One of our nation’s smallest coins came out of the California Gold Rush, but its roots went back to the Southeast by Ed Reiter The “411” on the […]

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Table of Contents February 2011

Friday, February 18th, 2011 by

Lincoln in Medallic Art The volume of medals dedicated to his life and work continues to grow more than 200 years after his birth by David T. Alexander The Emperor of the Dominion Canada’s most fabled coin, the pattern silver dollar dated 1911, carries the lofty title “Emperor of Canadian Numismatics” by Tom DeLorey Coin […]

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Table of Contents January 2011

Friday, February 18th, 2011 by

The 2011 Coin Market Forecast Gold and silver prices will continue to rise. Will the rest of the market be able to keep up? by Ed Reiter The Top 12 for the Next 12 This year’s list covers everything from gold and silver bullion to uncirculated rolls by Scott A. Travers A Tarnished Crusader? Rep. […]

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