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Possible Debt Limit Solution?
The second government shutdown in 17 years leaves the U.S. Mint as one part of the government that is not being affected by the current shutdown that has closed those parts of the government that are not deemed to be essential to operate.
Revaluing U.S. Currency Bad Idea
There has been some talk in some coin collecting periodicals on the revaluing of our currency. The articles have mainly focused on the supposed benefits of doing it.
Could Your Coin Collection Be Protection?
It is quite possible that Social Security payments could be adjusted higher by less than 20 percent to adjust for inflation and the cost of living. The real question is how high is the “real” inflation level.
Playing The Gold Premium Game
The dramatic decline in gold and silver prices through April And June of this year has spurred an enormous worldwide demand for physical precious metals. But not so much in the U.S., general demand for precious metals has been as dramatic as the degree it was when metals prices dropped in the summer
Indian Tribe Plans Own Currency
The Crow Indian Tribe hopes that creating their own currency will spur tribal members to spend money on their reservation and encourage the creation of more business.
Should Our Currency Be Revalued?
An editorial in a major weekly coin periodical advocates the need to revalue our currency. The article points out the fact that many major countries have revalued their money over the years while we have not significantly changed ours in over 200 years.
1964 That Was The Year
Collecting Old Commemorative Coins
Most coin collectors start collecting coins that they are familiar with. This can be coins now in circulation, coins that they played with in their youth, or items they received as gifts as a number of examples. Whatever coins they collect, they will be ones that they have some personal familiarity
New Bill Would Outlaw Fake Slabbed Coins
For decades Public Law 93-167 aka the “Hobby Protection Act” has governed reproductions of American coinage and political posters. On July 30 the U.S. House of Representitives passed a major revision to the Hobby Protection Act. The bill is now being sent to the U.S. Senate for their approval and pa
Citizens Against Government Waste
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