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Lawsuits Are Not Always The Solution
You have to stop and wonder why we continue to tolerate our dysfunctional legal system. Here anyone can sue anyone else on a whim. Costs for filing fees, depositions and attorney’s fees are high.
Laymans Australian Coin Values Guide Review
Coin collecting as a hobby is rewarding, educational, challenging, and even profitable for some collectors. If you live in the United States, there are numerous coin types to collect, some very expensive, many not so. Other collectors flock to ancient coins or foreign coins of various types. Collec
Learn How To Grade Coins
Learning how to grade coins is something every serious coin collector needs to learn. At first the task will seem daunting. after all there are a number of reputable third-party grading services that will grade a coin for you for a set price that varies from company to company.
Learning The Ropes Of Numismatics
Numismatics is the study of money, medallions, banknotes, token coins, and stock certificates. It is believed to have been established in the time of Julius Caesar who wrote the first book on the subject. It is a very interesting topic because every medal or coin signifies a different era, culture,
Liberty Dollar Lawsuit Gets Extension
This article is an update on a previous article on the Liberty Dollar. If you are the least bit curious about the Liberty Dollar´s legal status you will want to read this article.
Love Tokens Were Once Expressions Of Affection
Traditionally flowers and chocolate have been the favorite way to show ones affection towards another. But that was not always the case.
Machine Doubling Damage Explained
There are many forms of doubling on coins, at least 28 types are known to date. The one we will concentrate on in this article is known as Machine Doubling Damage. In fact most types of machine damage indeed consist of this type of doubling.
Maltese Silver Ingot
This Maltese silver ingot is an extremely rare piece of 9th century Maltese necessity money. The item is a rectangular ingot (22.10x36.03 mm) weighing 29.02 g. It had been produced in occupied Malta in 1800 by French mintmaster, Joseph Lebrun and came with an impeccable pedigree having once been par
Minnesota Coin Collectors Will Be Shunned
The nation’s coin dealers are shunning Minnesotan coin collectors. It isn’t that the coin dealers have any issues with the collectors themselves, rather it is a new state law that is driving the rejection of doing business with collectors in Minnesota.
Mint Strikes Out On Baseball Coins
If you are still waiting for the delivery of your Baseball Hall Of Fame commemorative coins, you are not alone. As of mid June most silver and clad HOF coins remained to be shipped. About two-thirds of the 50,000 gold $5 coins have been shipped. The silver version has had only about one-third shippe
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