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2016 Standing Liberty Quarter Gold Centennial Commemorative Coin Excites Coin Collectors
Monday, 26 September 2016
The 2016 Standing Liberty Quarter gold commemorative coin was released by the United States Mint at 12 Noon on September 8, 2016, receiving an impressive response from coin collectors. Even with an ordering limit of just one coin per household, the 2016 Standing Liberty gold coin had already flown out of the Mint at a rapid pace. More than hal...
What’s Up With the 1970 Washington Quarter Error?
Sunday, 12 June 2016
A strange 1970 Washington quarter error is taking the Internet by storm. Maybe you've heard? There is a coin dealer on eBay selling a 1970-S Proof Washington quarter that had been struck on a 1941 Canadian quarter. The price for this unusual error coin? It's a "Buy it Now" offer going for a cool $35,000. Yep – and get this: there are nearly 300 peo...
United States Mint To Release Pink Gold, Other Breast Cancer Commemorative Coins in 2018
Tuesday, 31 May 2016
The United States Mint will unveil the Breast Cancer Awareness Commemorative Coin Program in 2018, which will include a pink gold $5 coin, silver dollar, and copper-nickel clad half-dollar. While the copper-nickel clad half-dollar and 90 percent silver dollar will feature standard metallic compositions for their respective types, the gold $5 coin w...
Where Did All The 1776-1976 Bicentennial Quarters Go?
Thursday, 14 April 2016
It seems in the late 1990s, I was finding 1776-1976 Bicentennial quarters in my pocket change every few days – or more frequently than that. Fast forward to 2016, and suddenly they're about as scarce as Lincoln wheat pennies. What happened? How could more than 1.6 billion Bicentennial quarters – the number of copper-nickel clad piece struck at the ...
Why Does The U.S. Mint Continue Making $1 Coins If They Aren’t Being Used?
Tuesday, 05 April 2016
1.1 billion dollar coins sit in United States vaults, awaiting the day – if ever – that they see the light of day in circulation. The United States Mint will make millions more dollar coins in 2016 as it wraps up the Presidential $1 coin program with the Ronald Reagan dollar and also strikes the Native American dollar coins. Yet, why did the nation...
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