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Early History of Coin Fame

By. R.W. Julian Although numismatics was a lively hobby by the mid-1860s, there was little in the way of a national push towards increasing the...

Numismatic Icon Showcase: Q. David Bowers

By Christine N. Karstedt Q. David Bowers is perhaps the best-known and most noteworthy numismatist of the last 60 years. Beginning in 1953, Dave’s contributions to...

2021 ANA Summer Seminar Cancelled – Free Access to eLearning Academy

Prospective attendees of the American Numismatic Association’s annual Summer Seminar may be disappointed to learn that the event will not take place again in...

Victims and Investigators Need to Be Persistent

There are important actions to take if you are the victim of or are an investigator looking into crimes involving gold or rare coins,...

December’s Coinage Kids: Double Puzzle

Each of the clue words was taken directly from this month’s COINage. Unscramble each of the clue words, then place the letters in the...

My Two Cents’ Worth: A Tribute to a Treasured Curator

Recently, the curatorial staff of the Numismatic Collection came up with the idea of freshening it, and strengthening weaker areas, by launching a new...

Next-Gen Numismatics

by Amy Drew Thompson Is there a shortage of torch-bearers to carry this hobby into the future? Opinions differ, but most agree that with encouragement,...

The Cardinal’s Rules

Remember when the "Cardinal Collector" was just another Registry set owner? Neither do we, but we do remember when Martin Logies was just another...

Conservation v. Restoration

Not All Preservation Methods Are Considered Equal Some coins need more, some less--but if it's done right, feel free to say it in mixed company....

What’s It Worth?

COINage has received several letters lately regarding coin values. How is value determined? Who determines it? Inquiring readers want to know. So I did a...

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