An aluminum 1974-D Lincoln cent once held by a former Denver Mint assistant superintendent and two of 10 1933 Saint-Gaudens double eagles in U.S. Mint custody will be displayed by the Mint Aug. 1 to 5 in Denver at the American Numismatic Association's World's Fair of Money at the Colorado Convention Center.
The August Coin World Monthly edition, which mailed July 24, will also profile several artists behind many of America’s most beautiful paper money designs.
Collectors and dealers will have multiple ways to buy the 10-coin 2017-S 225th Anniversary Enhanced Uncirculated Coin set when it goes on sale Aug. 1. Those in Denver for the year’s biggest coin convention will find the set available at two locations, though sales will begin at different times.
Along with the buyer’s fee, sellers at auction are charged a commission. Auction house presale estimates usually do not include buyer’s fees, while reported prices realized typically do include the buyer’s premium.
With so many events and activities on the calendar for the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money in Denver Aug. 1 to 5, anyone attending is unlikely to become bored. The convention is being staged in Hall F of the Colorado Convention Center, located at 700 14th St.
A previously unknown obverse die struck 1875 Seated Liberty 20-cent coins at the Philadelphia Mint in a newly identified die marriage, reports 20-cent coin specialist and author John Frost. The discovery brings to just three the number of known die marriages for the 1875 Seated Liberty 20-cent coin.
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Both sides of this undated (1835 to 1838) token from New York City’s Atwood’s Railroad Hotel are charming — George Washington rides on horseback on the obverse and the reverse reads, in part, CARRY ME TO ATWOOD’S RAILROAD HOTEL. Classified as HT-221, most examples are well-worn, so this Numismatic Guaranty Corp. Mint State 63 brown token from the Bowers...
Steve Roach examines how Morgan’s wonderful designs were born and made the transition from the experimental phase on coins of several denominations, to appearing on a resurrected silver dollar instead in 1878.