June 22nd, 2010

Table of Contents March 2010

What’s Hot, What’s Not?

Collectors are spending their discretionary income more wisely, but they are still spending

by Dom Yanchunas

Reversing Direction for the Cent

The Lincoln cent’s new reverse is really a widely used symbol rom the past

by Tom DeLorey

The Money of British Monarchs: The Coinage of George V

An extensive range of issues makes this monarch’s coins highly collectible

by R.W. Julian

Coin Capsule: 1893

Americans sought to escape the Panic at the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago

by Tom Toolen

Making Use of Manganese

The unstable metal has its place, but it has always caused problems when used in coinage

by David T. Alexander

Other Countries’ “State Quarters”

More and more commemoratives are being produced as one-time-only type coins for circulation

by Rita Laws, Ph.D.

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