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COINage Profile: 1982-D Small Date Bronze Lincoln Cent Transitional Error

In the Lincoln cent series there are many popular errors and varieties. But one of the newest kids on the block is the 1982-D...

COINage Profile: 1909-S VDB Lincoln Cent

Few coins are as famous as the 1909-S VDB Lincoln cent. Many people outside of the hobby know it as "the 1909 penny." Lincoln...

PCGS Will Grade Historic Colorized United States Mint Coins

2020 Basketball Hall of Fame Coins will be a first for the Mint (Santa Ana, California) – August 26, 2020 – Professional Coin Grading Service...

5 of the Most Popular United States Gold Coins

With gold prices staying buoyant, it's important to keep close tabs on trends regarding what people are buying either for investment or collecting purposes....

Cashing in My Coins During The Coin Shortage of 2020

I've finally cleaned out my change jar... I had been accumulating the coins from my cash transactions over the past several months in a...

COINage Profile: 1894-S Barber Dime

One of the rarest United States coins is the 1894-S Barber dime, which has a mintage of just 24 pieces, all struck as proofs....

COINage Profile: 1981-S Type II Susan B. Anthony Proof Dollar

The Susan B. Anthony dollar was one of the nation's shortest-lived coin series, originally running only from 1979 through 1981. While the coin was...

Feast or Famine

By R.W. Julian For the more than 200 years that the United States mints have been in operation, there have been good and bad years...

COINage Profile: 1976 Bicentennial Quarter

Before the 50 State Quarters program began in 1999, coin collectors of the late 20th century sought the 1776-1976 Bicentennial quarter. Struck in 1975...

Coin of the Week: 1796 U.S. Quarter Dollar

By Antoinette Rahn Sometimes when a new idea comes to the table, it's met with a less than exuberant response. In turn, the same concept...

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