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Unique 1844-O Proof $10 Leaves Louisiana

(New Orleans, Louisiana) – The unique 1844 proof gold Eagle, on display for three months at the Louisiana State Museum – Old U.S. Mint...

Louisiana Coin Dealer to Give Away 1 Million Pennies Weighing 2.7 Tons

Rare coin dealer Paul Hollis will commemorate the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln's birth and the 100th anniversary of the first Lincoln cent by...

Numismatic Giveaway Honors Louisiana’s Principal of the Year

1,000 Adams Dollars Given to Adams School Students(Metairie, Louisiana) – More than 1,000 encapsulated John Quincy Adams presidential dollar coins were given free to...

Paul Hollis Brings $2.5 Million 1844-O Proof $10 "Home"

(New Orleans, Louisiana) – The 1844-O proof Eagle, a one-of-a-kind gold coin struck at the New Orleans Mint 164 years ago, has returned "home" to the Louisiana State Museum – Old U.S. Mint with the help of New Orleans coin dealer, Paul Hollis. 

1844-O proof Eagle gold coin

The unique, $10 denomination gold piece apparently was specially struck as a presentation piece, and over the decades it's been in the famous coin collections of a former U.S. Treasury Secretary and an early 20th century Chicago beer baron.

It is certified by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation as Proof-65 Ultra Cameo, and now insured for $2.5 million for an upcoming exhibition.

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Paul Hollis to Announce Candidacy – Louisiana Coin Dealer Running for U.S. Senate

Paul Hollis(Mandeville, Louisiana) – Nationally-known rare coin dealer Paul Hollis, 36, of Mandeville, Louisiana will formally announce his candidacy for the Republican Party’s nomination for the United States Senate on May 12.  A number of prominent numismatists are on his campaign committee, such as John Albanese, Jeff Garrett, Paul Montgomery and Douglas Winter. 

Hollis began collecting coins at the age of six after receiving a Peace dollar from his grandmother.  In recent years, millions of viewers watched him on air when he hosted “The Coin Vault” television program on the Shop at Home network, and he also is known by many collectors and dealers from his earlier work as chief numismatist at Blanchard and Company in New Orleans. 

A political science graduate of Louisiana State University, he is the owner of Paul Hollis Rare Coins in Mandeville, Louisiana.  In addition to rare U.S. numismatic items, he specializes in ancient coins that circulated during the lifetime of Jesus Christ. 

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