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Every collector should know the fundamentals of rainbow toning and how to distinguish that from artificial patinas.
Collecting casino chips from the early days of Los Vegas has become one of the hottest spots in exonumia, with prize disks fetching outsize prices.
Today, coins of the Carson City Mint are, as a class, more appreciated than are issues from any other of the Mints in operation in the past two centuries.
Get agreements in writing is one of the “Five Rules for Staying Out of Legal Trouble.”
The United States Mint released color-coded design sketches showing the different finishes on the 2014-D Enhanced Uncirculated Native American dollar.
Government, Langbord family present oral arguments as Philadelphia Court of Appeals hears 1933 $20 case
A three-judge panel at Philadelphia’s Federal Court of Appeals heard oral arguments Nov. 19 from the government and the Langbord family.
America the Beautiful quarter dollars were clearly the target of the hunt this month for variety collectors.
Pre-strike planchet damage is infinitely variable in its severity, extent, location, and appearance.
A mule is a coin, medal or token struck with dies not intended to be paired together. Washington medal is not a mule error.