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Medal honors Dr. Jonas Salk and his groundbreaking research that led to a polio vaccine.
In the press of enacting consumer protection laws, state legislatures sometimes not only fix things that weren’t broken, but they break things more.
Congress considering legislation to offer a cash prize of not less than $5,000 in a design contest for 2018 WWI commemorative.
Bill in Congress seeks to honor the late Civil Rights activist Medgar Wiley Evers with a congressional gold medal.
Final designs adopted for the reverses for the 2015 and 2016 Native American dollars were unveiled Aug. 29 by the U.S. Mint.
Proof and Uncirculated 2014-W Eleanor Roosevelt, First Spouse gold $10 coins go on sale Sept. 4.
A foldover strike occurs when a planchet or coin is struck on edge and folds from the impact. The error, however, appears to have become obsolete.
Heritage’s Long Beach Expo U.S. coin sessions will include a Premier Session with nearly 600 items, and more than 4,400 lots overall.
The only known serial number 1 Series 1929 $10 note for the Nevada First National Bank of Tonopah (Nevada) in Sept. 3 Heritage Auction.