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Manila Mint

Don’t Miss Inaugural Webinar Series!

Manila Mint (Old La Intendencia Building) Join host David Crenshaw and presenter John Phipps for the club’s inaugural educational webinar series. The webinars are in lieu of the club’s canceled meetings during these unprecedented times of the coronavirus pandemic and will be live the first and third Saturday each month at 7:00 p.m. ET if […]

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Zip. Zilch. Nada!

Nothing. That’s what a one-year American Numismatic Association “Gold” membership will cost you when you take advantage of this special offer during National Coin Week — April 19-25. Claim Free ANA Membership

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ANA Cancels 2020 Summer Seminar

The American Numismatic Association (ANA) announced that the 2020 Summer Seminar, scheduled for June 27-July 9 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, has been cancelled due to coronavirus (COVID-19) safety concerns.  “While it seemed inevitable with each passing week, we were officially notified by Colorado College today that they are suspending all summer programs and camps in […]

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Philadelphia Arch Street Wharf

Did the U.S. Mint Show Us How to Deal with Pandemics?

An article today reminds us lack of widespread disease is the exception in human history.  Thankfully, current conditions are tame compared to hardships our Ancestors endured. 1793 Philadelphia yellow fever epidemic. The Arch Street wharf, where the first cluster of cases was identified. “How one federal agency took care of its workers during the yellow […]

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1943-D/D 1C

World War Wonders

1943-D/D Lincoln Cent The World War II years were difficult years historically, but they were also incredibly important years numismatically. During the 1941-1945 span, some of the most significant (and valuable) coin rarities were minted, possibly due in part to the loss of experienced workers at the U.S. mints to the service. Arguably, there were […]

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Mark Borckardt

Heritage Auctions’ Mark Borckardt Named 2020 Numismatist of the Year

Award places Heritage Auctions Senior Numismatist in elite company among top numismatists Mark Borckardt Named 2020 Numismatist of the Year by American Numismatic Association Heritage Auctions Senior Numismatist Mark Borckardt received one of the highest individual honors within the hobby when he was named 2020 Numismatist of the Year by the American Numismatic Association. “This […]

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Larry Briggs, Bill Fivaz, Brandon Hall, and Dennis Tucker

High-Value “Cherrypicker” Coins Take the Stage at the National Money Show

Cherrypickers’ Guide volume editor Larry Briggs, author Bill Fivaz, associate editor Brandon Hall, and publisher Dennis Tucker at the ANA National Money Show, August 27, 2020. Bill Fivaz, coauthor of the Cherrypickers’ Guide to Rare Die Varieties of United States Coins, and Dennis Tucker, publisher at Whitman Publishing, along with Whitman Associate Editor Brandon Hall, […]

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Cherrypickers’ Guide

Liberty Seated, Barber, Mercury, and Roosevelt Dime Photographs Sought

Research materials at the May 2019 Cherrypickers’ Guide editorial summit in Chattanooga. Whitman Publishing will release the newest volume of the Cherrypickers’ Guide to Rare Die Varieties of United States Coins at the August 2020 World’s Fair of Money in Pittsburgh. The book’s editors are now seeking photographs of certain die varieties of United States […]

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