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eBay Changes Rules On Coin Grading Standards
The numismatic market was alarmed when eBay, an online auction website, sent its sellers an email notification on April 17 that stated that as of May 30, 2012, only coins that meet new grading requirements will be allowed to be listed or relisted with a numerical grade in the auction’s title and in
eBay Introduces New Coin Grade Policies
eBay has recently introduced new policies that affect how certified coins may be sold on its auction site. What are these changes and how will they affect you?
Exonumia—What Is It?
What is exonumia anyway? It sounds like some kind of strange skin disease. Nothing could be further from the truth! While numismatics is the study of coins, few coin collectors may be familiar with the term exonumia. Read on to find out what it is.
Fake Bullion Bars Latest Scam
With the sky rocketing prices of precious metals today, coin dealers have to be especially careful of scams.
Fake Silver Dollar Stuns Coin Show
A fake 1881-CC Morgan silver dollar slabbed in an equally fake General Services Administration holder was identified July 13 at the Florida United Numismatists convention held at Orlando, Fla. The fake coin was identified by Randy Campbell, a senior grader of Independent Coin Grading.
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.
Fed Poised To Seize Anthony Dollars
While the elimination of the penny and the $1 dollar bill have been in the news of late, there is a new twist to the story. Susan B. Anthony dollars have been added to the list.
Federal Government Seeks Dismissal Of Liberty Dollar Lawsuit
The saga of the Liberty Dollar Lawsuit continues. Read what the Government´s response to the lawsuit is.
Federal Government Wins Gold Coins Case
There has been much controversy over this Federal court case over the years. At question was whether a Philadelphia family had the right to own 10 1933 St. Gaudens $20 Double Eagle Gold coins or whether they had always been the property of the U.S. Government.
Few Coins Minted In 1815
1815 is a special year as it is the only year that a cent coin was not minted in the United States. Collectors who specialize in collecting coins from that year, have few examples to choose from.
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