Thursday, April 15, 2021
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Changing the CoinNews.net Landscape

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We’re pleased to announce the addition of new content on CoinNews.net. Some days are slow on the news front for coins and coin collecting...

United States Mint Reacts to COTY Award

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A week ago CoinNews.net first wrote about the United States Marine Corps 230th Anniversary Silver Dollar winning the World Coin News 2007 Coin of...

Defining Coin Surfaces – Obverse, Reverse, Rim and Edge, Part Two

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Click here to read Part One of Defining Coin Surfaces - Obverse, Reverse, Rim and Edge In turning the corner to part two of this...

Defining Coin Surfaces – Obverse, Reverse, Rim and Edge, Part...

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Casually hearing some coin collecting terms and then later trying to recall them often brings a cloudy haze through a new collector’s mind. No...

Legislation Introduced for Civil-rights Coin

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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...

Coin Shows Bring Out the Best

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First, let me preface all this by saying I've only been to two coin shows in my entire life. And those were recent. I'm...

Review: Thumbs up to COINage Magazine

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COINage Magazine is one the top U.S. coin magazines in the market. What makes this magazine stand out more than others is the amount...

House Rethinks the Presidential $1 Coin

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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...

What is a Coin Die? Are They Worth Anything?

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A coin die is an extremely hardened, metal stamping tool that’s able to withstand the high pressures that are needed to strike coin planchets....

The Million Dollar Wonder Coins

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On May 3, 2007, the Royal Canadian Mint pushed out a press release introducing the world's first 100-kg (220lbs), .99999 pure gold coin with a...