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2015 American Silver Eagles Sell Out As Silver Prices Plunge

2015 American Silver Eagles Sell Out As Silver Prices Plunge

The United States Mint has sold out of 2015 American Silver Eagles and will not be distributing any more for about two weeks. This news comes during a massive uptick in demand from bullion investors as silver prices have plunged, with prices dropping below $15 on July 7. Early trading on July 8 showed silver prices below $14.90, and as of this writing on the afternoon of July 8, prices hover just above the $15 mark.

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Coin Shows for the Week of July 3-9, 2015

Coin Shows for the Week of July 3-9, 2015

If you’re looking for coin shows in your neck of the woods during the week of July 3-9, 2015, you’re in luck, as there are several coin show events happening. Coin shows are a great place to meet fellow coin collectors, hear lectures, buy and sell coins, and have an overall good time with wonderful numismatic company.

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Coin Shows for the Week of June 26-July 2, 2015

Coin Shows for the Week of June 26-July 2, 2015

Want to find coin shows that are happening in your neck of the woods during the week of June 26 through July 2, 2015? Of the many small-size, medium-scale, and large coin shows happening that week, there are two in Mississippi and Florida that have been gaining some attention.

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Coin Shows for the Week of June 19-25, 2015

Coin Shows for the Week of June 19-25, 2015

If you’re looking for coin shows that are happening near you, then you may be in luck. There are several coin shows going on throughout the United States for the week of June 19-25, 2015. Coin shows aren’t only great places to meet other like-minded individuals and buy or sell coins, but many also offer seminars, lectures, and other exciting and enriching opportunities to learn more about your favorite hobby.

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Check It Out! Coin Shows for the Week of June 12-19, 2015

Check It Out! Coin Shows for the Week of June 12-19, 2015

Looking for coin shows that are happening during the week of June 12-19, 2015? Here’s a list of coin shows that will be going on throughout the United States. As it happens, every coin show on this week’s list will be happening on June 14, which is a Sunday.

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Check it Out! Coin Shows for the Week of June 5-11, 2015

Check it Out! Coin Shows for the Week of June 5-11, 2015

There are several coin shows going on during the week of June 5 through 11, 2015. Coin shows provide coin collectors with a great opportunity to meet fellow numismatists, interface with coin dealers, buy new acquisitions for their collections, and even learn a thing or two about their hobby through lectures and seminars.

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Harriet Tubman Replacing Andrew Jackson on the $20 Bill? Why It May Not Happen Anytime Soon, If At All

Harriet Tubman Replacing Andrew Jackson on the $20 Bill? Why It May Not Happen Anytime Soon, If At All

Perhaps you’ve heard the news that a recent private poll declared slavery abolitionist Harriet Tubman as the favorite choice among a selection of historic women to replace President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. The candidates, which included Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Martha Washington, and Eleanor Roosevelt, were presented by a group called Women on 20s, which has been trumpeting efforts to place a female face on the otherwise male-dominated U.S. paper currency.

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2015 March of Dimes Special Silver Set, Reverse Proof Roosevelt Dime Excite Collectors

2015 March of Dimes Special Silver Set, Reverse Proof Roosevelt Dime Excite Collectors

Two 2015 proof Roosevelt dimes are really catching the attention of coin collectors. The 2015 March of Dimes Special Silver Set is being offered to the public for $61.95 beginning at 12 PM Eastern Time on May 4. This 3-coin set will not only feature the namesake 2015 March of Dimes commemorative silver dollar, but it will also bring to the table two special proof Roosevelt dimes – a Philadelphia reverse proof dime and West Point standard proof dime.

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What Are Your Favorite Coins? Results of This New Poll Reveal What Some Coin Collectors Like

What Are Your Favorite Coins? Results of This New Poll Reveal What Some Coin Collectors Like

Whether you’re a coin collector or a coin investor, chances are you’ve got a favorite coin series. If I had to choose mine, I’d probably say it is the Lincoln cent, the very first series I ever started collecting. While Lincoln pennies are very popular with millions of coin collectors, they certainly aren’t the only series to stand before the numismatic spotlight.

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Rare, Valuable Error On 2015 American Silver Eagle Coins

Rare, Valuable Error On 2015 American Silver Eagle Coins

A new error has been discovered on 2015 American silver eagle.

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Market for Rare U.S. Coins Heating Up In 2015 - Here's Why

Market for Rare U.S. Coins Heating Up In 2015 - Here's Why

Last year, sales of rare U.S. coins approached $536 million. It looks like things may get even hotter in 2015, during which we'll see the first offerings from the highly anticipated D. Brent Pogue sale. 

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Women's Group Urges Removal of Andrew Jackson from the $20 Bill

Women's Group Urges Removal of Andrew Jackson from the $20 Bill

If one group has its way, Andrew Jackson may soon be disappearing from the $20 bill. Women on $20s is a non-profit campaign to place a woman on the $20 bill. A fitting gesture, they say, because their hope is to have this new $20 bill ready for printing in the year 2020 -- the 100th anniversary of the year women were legally given the right to vote by the ratification of the 19th Amendment. 

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Canadians “Spocking” $5 Bills as Tribute to Star Trek’s Leonard Nimoy

Canadians “Spocking” $5 Bills as Tribute to Star Trek’s Leonard Nimoy

Canadians are taking pen to paper and altering, some would say defacing, their $5 notes as a tribute to Star Trek actor and acclaimed director, poet, and singer Leonard Nimoy, who passed away on February 27 at the age of 83.

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5 Copper-Nickel Clad Washington Quarters You Should Buy While They’re Still (Relatively) Affordable

5 Copper-Nickel Clad Washington Quarters You Should Buy While They’re Still (Relatively) Affordable

Do you collect Washington quarters? Perhaps you’ll want to spend a little time (and a few bucks) on buying some of the more recent issues from the popular eight-decade-old series.

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Royal Mint to Update Queen Elizabeth’s Portrait on Coins

Royal Mint to Update Queen Elizabeth’s Portrait on Coins

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is receiving a new portrait on British coinage by the end of this year. The Queen, who has appeared on coins of the British realm since 1953, has aged gracefully over her 60-plus years on the royal throne. The Royal Mint has kept her likeness on coinage relevant to the Queen’s maturing appearance by updating her image on British coins every 15 to 20 years.

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Ronald & Nancy Reagan to be Featured on Coins in 2016

Ronald & Nancy Reagan to be Featured on Coins in 2016

The United States Mint has announced it will release coins honoring Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan in 2016 as part of the Presidential $1 coin series. Ronald Reagan, who served as the 40th president of the United States from 1981 through 1989, was not originally slated to make an appearance among the Presidential $1 coin series.

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New $75 U.S. Gold Coin Stirring Buzz, Creating Controversy

New $75 U.S. Gold Coin Stirring Buzz, Creating Controversy

Have you seen the new design proposals for the $75 high-relief gold coin the U.S. Mint is planning to launch soon? The design proposals are certainly creating excitement and drawing criticism.

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Presidential Dollar Coin Series May End Early

Presidential Dollar Coin Series May End Early

For the third time, a bill to end the U.S. Mint's Presidential $1 coin program, has been introduced in the Senate. The last two times the bill has been brought to the floor, it died from inaction. Will the third version, called S. 95 and introduced on January 7, bring the dollar program to its knees? 

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Larry King Talks Coins, Including the 1795 Flowing Hair Dollar & Saint Gaudens Double Eagle

Larry King Talks Coins, Including the 1795 Flowing Hair Dollar & Saint Gaudens Double Eagle

Larry King recently recorded a 25-minute interview with Ian Russell, who is the founder and president of GreatCollections Coin Auctions. The interview was taped at King’s Los Angeles studio for his television program, Larry King Now.

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Why Cull American Silver Eagles Are True Bargains

Why Cull American Silver Eagles Are True Bargains

You don’t hear much about the market for cull American silver eagles. This could be because many coin collectors and investors are focused on obtaining the whitest, highest-grading silver eagles they can find – and afford. But, if you think about, many bullion investors should also be looking at cull silver eagles with interest. That’s because these lower-end coins represent an affordable means of purchasing silver bullion that’s guaranteed by the U.S. government.

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