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Two-Headed Coins are Flops in Value but Cute as Pranks

Two-headed coins don't command but a few dollars for price. And, instead of finding one in your pocket change and selling it for profit,...

Orbital Coins Blast Off from Australia with Sputnik in Mind

The Soviet Union launched Sputnik on October 4, 1957. The world's first artificial satellite was about the size of a basketball, but it didn't...

Sacagawea Coin Designers Not Thrilled with New Law

President Bush signed the Native American $1 Coin Act mandating the redesign of Sacagawea Dollar. Starting in 2009, the Sacagawea reverse...

Gold Nears Three-Decade Peak; U.S. Mint Gold Suspensions Continue

Gold is continuing through its extended gains and hit a spot price of $746.30 an ounce early Monday morning. That's the highest...

New Quarters Proposed to Commemorate D.C. and U.S. Territories

All good things come to an end. The 50 State Quarters® Program is near that end. Or, is it? Next year all 50 states...

New 2007 Uncirculated Coin Sets Arriving; Old 2006 Sets Departing

They're not the home run makers in the series of Mint coinage but they do make a big hit every now and again......

Minting Variety Type Coins on Purpose – Why?

There's nothing better than some variety between coins to peak a person's interest and excitement. The 50 State Quarters® and...

Wyoming First Day Coin Covers Available

The United States Mint has released the 2007 Wyoming Official First Day Coin Cover. These limited edition covers hold two Wyoming state quarters that...

New Law Brings Newly Designed Sacagawea Dollars

America loves their series. First came the 50 State Quarters. Next came the Westward Journey Nickels. Then the Presidential $1 Coins. Now wait......

eBay Selects Coin Grading Companies

eBay's trying to step up efforts to stymie fraudulent numismatic listings and the selling of counterfeit coins. Last week they implemented an updated policy...

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