Tuesday, May 11, 2021

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

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 One

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

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

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

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

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?

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

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...

World Coin News announces COTY Award

This week World Coin News announced that the 2005 United States Marine Corps 230th Anniversary Silver Dollar won their 2007 Coin of the Year Award...

Joy from a Jar of Pennies

Coin collectors often bring the joy of their hobby to children. My own father was a collector. During my childhood, I remember sitting at...
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