Daily Numismatic Headlines for September 9, 2008

by CoinNews.net on September 9, 2008 · 0 comments

The following numismatic articles are not written for CoinNews, but we recommend collectors read them for their unusual or interesting content:

How many individuals have their full first and last names on State quarters?
By Michele Orzano, Coin World

The full names of only three individuals have appeared on State quarter dollar designs. Do you know who they are? Here’s a hint: Two men and one woman are named.

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BEP Washington D.C. Vacancies Update
By BEP

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing has new job vacancies to fill at their Washington D.C. location. The posistions include Business Analyst (Contract Admin), Business Analyst (Pre-Award), Business Analyst (Business Systems), and Supervisory Police Officer (Temp Promotion NTE 2 Years).

Numismatic News Launches New Web Site
By NumisMaster

Numismatic News, America’s foremost weekly numismatic publication and the complete information source for coin collectors has announced the launch of an updated and streamlined web site.

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State quarter a hit: Collectors clamor for latest coin in series
By Mario Cywinski, Peninsula Clarion

Those eager to hold a bit of Alaska in the palm of their hands might want to head to the bank. Alaska quarters have arrived and many banks are doling them out to those who ask for them. "The phones were ringing off the hook constantly for the last two weeks," said Mercy Medley-Graham, service manager for the Kenai Wells Fargo branch.

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