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Numismatic News

September 3, 2019

Every issue of Numismatic News brings you vital information about coin collecting. From the latest industry news to fascinating facts about rare and valuable coins, the industry's No. 1 coin publication helps you stay current. Features reports on market trends, prices and presents practical advice from experts in the field.

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sold! encased postage stamps collection

One of the early auctions to take place at the ANA World’s Fair of Money in Rosemont, Illinois, this past week included the Q. David Bowers Reference Collection of encased postage stamps. For those who don’t know, encased postage stamps are an interesting chapter in the annals of numismatics. In the first decade of the 20th century they were one of the most actively collected series in American numismatics. Far more people collected these than sought Morgan silver dollars by mintmarks. They were among several forms of emergency currency issued during the second year of the Civil War. Gold coins were hoarded to the extent that by January 1862 they were no longer paid out by banks. By late spring all silver coins had disappeared from circulation and by the summer even…

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letters

12-S Lincoln This is in regards to Mr. Vodney’s article in the Aug. 6 issue of Numismatic News. I found the 12-S Lincoln back in my dad’s change back in ‘58 when I started collecting pennies. He would always empty his pocket of change when he came home from work. What a find! It remains the best Lincoln I found that I kept. I also found the ‘55 DD as a kid but spent it before I started collecting. I obviously didn’t realize what I had. R. Cramer Address withheld Don’t Give Up About three weeks ago I picked up a box of War in the Pacific P minted quarters and an additional 20 rolls from two banks in the Cleveland, Ohio area. After going through all 70 rolls my brother and I came up…

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coin show etiquette

The Coin Show is a major opportunity to buy and sell coins and provides a source of great enjoyment in our hobby. The astute collector can make the best of the experience by employing basic principles of show etiquette. In past Numismatic News ‘Letters to the Editor,’ some collectors have complained about coin dealer behavior. In truth, some writers may have themselves to blame for negative encounters. Breach of etiquette and/or lack of understanding of the coin business are major causes for disputes. A collector who is unfamiliar with Coin Show etiquette can easily and unwittingly stir up hard feelings. In past years, my own inept behavior angered some dealers. To any dealers that I have offended, I apologize. Hopefully, in the future, I will not find new ways to violate proper etiquette.…

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a breathtaking rendition of lady liberty

The United States Mint American Liberty Program celebrates modern renditions of the iconic Liberty that embody the ideals of freedom and equality first set forth in our Declaration of Independence. In the 227 years since its establishment, the United States Mint has issued a vast array of medals with the concept of Liberty personified by allegorical female figures. More than two centuries of evolution have borne witness to an ever-changing symbol. Today’s American Liberty Medals are reinvigorating this motif with stunning, modern depictions of the allegorical Lady Liberty. Their images maintain our Nation’s intimate connection with its history and founding principles, while at the same time recognizing our forward-looking, diverse and dynamic population and culture. You may recall, the 2017 225th Anniversary High Relief Gold Coin won Best Gold Coin…

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e-letters from the august 9 numismatic news e-newsletter

Gold, silver, neither or both? What are you buying? I am not buying anything while prices are up. David Wyndoze via Facebook I am buying Small Eagle bust coinage. Wayne Aldrich via Facebook Confederate currency. Rosa Lee Parks via Facebook I buy more graded MS70 silver. I also buy sets of coins in silver, graded. Timothy Kenyon Address withheld I buy silver, but only at or below $15.00. And I buy most junk silver dimes. I’ve only cashed out twice in my life; once in January 1980 and a second time in April 2011. I plan on selling again sometime in 2040-41. I’ll be pushing 90 then. Name and address withheld…

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