The United States Mint makes everyday coins, special coins and medals to help us remember these heroes. The names of some of those coins are hidden in the grid. Some names have been abbreviated due to space limitations. Find and circle or highlight them, then send your completed puzzle to May Quiz, COINage magazine, 3585 Maple […]
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by Amy Drew Thompson In March, the Girl Scouts of the USA Centennial Silver Dollar became the first-ever commemorative to acknowledge a girls’ organization. Will it become a classic? Only time will tell, but to scouts, to girls and women across the nation, the message is, “You make a difference.” Read the entire story here.
Next year is the 75th anniversary of Cooperstown’s pride and joy—an occasion at least as important as the 100th anniversary of the Lions Clubs International, for which Congress has seen fit to authorize a special silver dollar in 2017. Read Senior Editor Ed Reiter’s entire column here.
About coin collecting? Actually, we were wondering about collecting in general. We were talking one day about what people in the office collect, how they got started collecting, what will they do with their collection in the future, etc. Some of us are accumulators. I fall into this category. A few first-edition novels here, some […]
One of the great things about collecting coins is that there are so many ways to go about it. You can collect by type or specialty, topic or composition. There is no right or wrong way. (I suggest that you collect what you like, in the highest quality you can afford. That way, if you […]