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Barber Half Dollar History
In 1887, Mint Director James P. Kimball noted in his annual report the “inferiority of our coinage” compared to other advanced nations and that in his opinion, the coinage of the U.S. was out of date and should be chan
More History Of The Buffalo Nickel
While the identities of the models for the Indian on the nickel is open for debate, such isn’t the case for the model used for the buffalo. A buffalo named Black Diamond, who was a resident of the New York Zoological Park served as the model
The Famous Buffalo Nickel
The buffalo nickel AKA the Indian Head Nickel was minted from 1913 through 1938 and was designed by James Earle Fraser. On the reverse side of the coin, it is actually a bison pictured instead of a buffalo.
FBI Raids Liberty Dollar HQ
The future of the Liberty Dollar is now in doubt with the raid by Federal Agents of the Liberty Dollar headquarters.
To Zoom In Or Not To Zoom In
Looking for perfection? Consider investing in a quality set of magnifiers.
Picking The Right Materials To Store Coins
If you are going to use a display case to store or display your coin collection, you need to know if the materials used on the interior of the case will not harm your coins. Find out how by reading this article.
Wars And Paper Money
Paper money and wars just seem to go hand in hand. this was no exception during the American Revolutionary War. Read more about this in this exciting article.
Is It Time To Get Rid Of the Penny?
There is a growing debate on whether to keep the penny of get rid of it. What is your opinion on this issue?
How Determine If A Coin Has Been Cleaned
Shiny coins are so beautiful to look at. But how do you know if that shiny luster is natural or artificial? Read this article and find out.
The History Of The Eisenhower Dollar
The Eisenhower Dollar is a dollar coin issued by the United States government from 1971–1978. The Eisenhower Dollar followed the Peace Dollar and is named for General and President Dwight David Eisenhower, who appears on the obverse.
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