Proposed or Recent Coinage Legislation

It was introduced only last month but The NASA 50th Anniversary Commemorative Coin Act passed the House and is now in the Senate’s hands for likely approval. The Act authorizes the United States Mint to produce a $50 gold coin and nine; yes, that’s nine $1 silver coins. It also allows for a bronze duplicate […]

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A bill was introduced in the House and then Senate calling for a new commemorative coin honoring the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. For coin enthusiasts, the $1 coin is spec-ed out to be 90% silver and minted in both uncirculated and proof qualities. The year of minting wouldn’t begin until 2014. […]

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It’s been a week since the House passed an amendment, 295-127, to change the design of the $1 Presidential Coin. There is nothing new to update other than a recap of the amendment itself, since its news has been quiet. The amendment was introduced by Rep. Roger Wicker, R-Miss. Its main intent is to remove […]

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