Friday, December 9, 2022
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Imported Poison Toys and Food Enter, But Coins Restricted

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In a sad twist of irony, newer import policy has stopped or severely restricted a number of ancient coins from entering the U.S., but...

Coin of the Year: Voting Opened to Collectors and Public

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The Coin of the Year (COTY) event is in its remarkable 25th year of honoring mints from around the world that produce coins...

New Madison Presidential Dollars Circulating

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Just minutes ago the James Madison Presidential $1 Coins officially entered into circulation and are available at U.S. banks and other financial institutions....

Malaysia Abandons One Sen Coins – Should U.S. Follow Suite with...

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It's a Sen-sible move. The cost of the Malaysia one Sen coin is too much to bear compared to the value of its use....

Is Copper’s Power Waning?

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A 7-month low hit copper yesterday in New York futures trading. The fall was driven by concerns of softer import data from China. As interesting...

Cheerios are Still Bearing Golden Treasures

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Buying a box of Cheerios® in January of 2000 bought you more than a good breakfast. You were given one shot at...

Bullion Price Recap: Precious Metals Affect Coin Sales

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It's been an interesting week for precious metals. In particular, the flurry in gold has many experts now predicting it'll soon eclipse the...

‘Piece of Eight’ Coin Found in an Old Nashville Cemetery

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An old 1776 Spanish coin was found in a Nashville Cemetery when a sunken footstone was being raised for restoration purposes. The location...

Nothing New for Penny and Nickel

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The debate heated up on whether the metal composition of coins should be controlled by the U.S. Treasury and whether the ban of melting...

Utah Quarters are Now for Sale, Experience the Official Launch Ceremony

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The Utah quarter is ready. It's the final state quarter for 2007, the fifth released this year and the 45th coin in ...