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The New $5 Bill Sports a Fresh Face

For the first time ever the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing digitally unveiled a new bill redesign. The new $5 bill will...

Who’s Responsible for U.S. Coinage Design? CCAC? Mint? CFA?

Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee - who are they and what do they do? Since the government is responsible for minting coins, you...

State Quarter Mintages – Coin Production Numbers & Figures

Flashing back to the introduction of the 50 State Quarters® Program and you're hit over the head with how fast time really does fly...

What Are Proof Coins? What Should You Know About Them?

Coins of proof quality have no equal in sharpness or brilliance. These specialty made coins are so finely sculptured that extreme details are noticeable. A...

U.S. Mint Halts Gold Coin Sales

The price of gold has jumped in the last thirty days from a low of $648 an ounce to a high of $711.75. If...

Thomas Jefferson $1 Coin Covers Available

The United States Mint has released the 2007 Jefferson $1 Coin Covers. The limited edition covers contain two Jefferson $1 Coins that were minted...

What are Colorized and Layered Coins? Should You Buy Them?

You see coin specials everywhere - online, magazines, TV, mail outs and even 40,000 feet in the air through airline catalogs....

Sacagawea Golden Dollar Scheduled for Face Lift

New legislation was approved by Congress this week that's intended to stir the pot with the Sacagawea golden dollar. The desire is to create ...

Wyoming State Quarters Buck Down the Doors

The latest quarter from the 50 State Quarters® Program is now available. The Wyoming commemorative quarters officially bucked out of the U.S. Mint doors...

Most Popular Coin Articles Listed on CoinNews.net

CoinNews.net has added a 'Most Popular' tab to its front page. You'll find the tab right next to its companion tab, 'Latest Article',...
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