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The Dan Holmes Collection Part IV, Late Date Large Cents, will be auctioned January 31, 2011, by Goldberg Coins and Collectibles. Catalogs will be available early January for $15 U.S. and $40 international. Limited-editon hardbound copies will be available for $150. Call 1-800-978-2646 or 310-551-2646 to order. Online bidding will be available at goldbergcoins.com and […]
Have you ever felt the urge to thank the military personnel you see in your day-to-day activities? Have you ever been at a loss for words? Say it with an elongatd coin. The latest design from Oded Paz shows a serviceman and servicewoman saluting the American flag. The names of the five branches of the […]
We’ve run stories about why the U.S. Mint should (or shouldn’t) stop producing the cent and nickel. But video blogger John Green kicks it up a notch. He rants for nearly four minutes about why we should abolish the cent and nickel. He makes his opinion clear and he backs it up with (some) facts.
Last month, the U.S. Mint officially launched the 2010 Lincoln cent. A special ceremony was held at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum (ALPLM) for the release of the “Preservation of the Union” cent. These coin launches are always big events. The local media is often present. Kids 18 and younger receive the new […]