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A.Word.A.Day - numismatics by Frank Galikanokus
A.Word.A.Day 12/31/12 http://wordsmith.org/words/numismatics.html MEANING: noun: The study or collection of currency: coins, notes, and sometimes similar objects, such as medals USAGE: "Ron Paul was the middle of five boys and the only one to become fascinated with
January 6th 13 06:07 AM
by oly Go to last post
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Ebay quietly changes shill bidding policies by Frank Provasek
Ebay has quietly modified its shill bidding policies to remove problematic bans against bidding on items sold by people you know or if you have knowledge about an item that others do not have (with threats to notify law enforcement!) This created problems for people who are bidding on items from...
December 30th 12 05:40 AM
by Jason Burke[_2_] Go to last post
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Fwankie Pwoblysick is a big poopy head by Veritas
And he smells bad too!
December 28th 12 07:57 PM
by Jason Burke[_2_] Go to last post
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shoebox of - .10, .25, .50, 1.00 by ps56k
I have a shoebox in the bottom of our dresser that I think was from our parents house. It has a couple of baggies of dimes, quarters, 1/2 dollars, and maybe some silver dollars. How should I go thru the coins to determine what is what ? ie - not being a coin collector...... which of the vintages...
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December 19th 12 03:13 AM
by oly Go to last post
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Interesting info about Pittsburg PA ... by Ken Barr
One of the medals I have for auction on eBay at present is a 25th Anniversary medal from Heeren Bros. Jewelers in Pittsburg PA. I knew there was something strange about Pittsburgh, adding and dropping the "H" at the end of it's name, but I never knew the details. I had heard that it had...
December 13th 12 10:11 PM
by Jud Go to last post
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Yahoo Coin Forum by CoinForum[_2_]
A moderated forum designed for collectors of USA and world coins and currency. Here you can discuss all aspects of numismatics. Offers to sell, swap or buy as well as auction notices are welcome. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CoinForum/
December 13th 12 08:43 PM
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RIP: Paul Puckett by Ken Barr
Just read on the PCGS message board that long-time deeler Paul Puckett has passed away after a long illness. I remember Paul's ads, mostly offering semi-key Lincoln cents, in "Coin World" back in the 1970's and had the pleasure of knowing him personally since the early 1980's when I met him at...
December 11th 12 02:51 AM
by Ruben[_2_] Go to last post
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Cominco Milk Token by Jud
On Tuesday, May 28, 2002 6:04:31 PM UTC-4, Steve wrote: Can anyone tell me how much a Cominco Milk Token might be worth? Steve WOW! Somebody call Guinness! We have what I believe to be a new record! A post 10 1/2 years old gets responses!
December 9th 12 09:07 PM
by sgt23 Go to last post
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Congress considers doing away with the $1 bill by Barney
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/11/30/congress-considers-doing-away- with-1-bill/ There's been a lot of talk about this recently, though I'll only believe it if I ever see it! Barney
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December 7th 12 06:30 AM
by Paul Ciszek Go to last post
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Happy St. Eligius Day! by RF[_10_]
Happy St. Eligius Day! December 1st is the feast day of St. Eligius (of King Dagobert fame) the patron saint of numismatists
December 2nd 12 03:04 PM
by Jerry Dennis Go to last post
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Royal Canadian Mint offers 1912-1914 $5 and $10 gold coins by Ken Barr
The Bank of Canada has returned several thousand Canadian gold coins minted between 1912 and 1914 to the Royal Canadian Mint for resale to collectors. ...
December 1st 12 10:11 PM
by oly Go to last post
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Ancient coin identification- HELP! by Peter
A friend asked me identify a coin he had inherited which he assumed was Roman. Since I've had a little experience with Roman coins, I thought I'd be able to do it, but I've never seen the likes of this coin and I was wondering if someone here could help me. It's dark and about the size of a...
November 29th 12 08:01 PM
by jrod11974 Go to last post
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PCGS Currency by [email protected]
Has anyone had any issues or problems with submissions to PCGS currency lately? Curious to know.
November 26th 12 09:23 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Crimmus by Cosmo Iacovazzi[_3_]
Wuz de nite befo Crimmus An' all ober de hood ereybody wuz sleepin' Dey wuz sleepin' real good. * We hunged up our stockings And hoped like de heck That ol' Sanna Claus Be bringin' our chek! *
November 26th 12 02:37 AM
by Jim_Higgins Go to last post
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Twelf Day O Crimmus by Cosmo Iacovazzi[_3_]
On de fert dey of Crimmus ma boo dun give ta me!!! A 78 Cutlass Supreme! On de secont dey of Crimmus ma boo dun give ta me!!! Too gold teefs an a 78 Cutlass Supreme! On de therd dey of Crimmus ma boo dun give ta me!!! Tree hot wings, too gold teefs, an a 78 Cutlass Supreme! On de fort dey of...
November 26th 12 02:29 AM
by Cosmo Iacovazzi[_3_] Go to last post
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Counterfeits by sgt23
On Nov 14, 6:56*pm, Jerry Dennis wrote: On Nov 14, 11:12*am, Splork wrote: FYI Stumbled across this. *not good for the hobby. http://www.aliexpress.com/store/506351 I checked the site. *All of the coins I looked at are conspicuously
November 23rd 12 04:29 AM
by sgt23 Go to last post
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Coin Cleaning by Ruben[_2_]
http://www.cointalk.com/t205352/ coin cleaning is always worth talking about. thos one thread has been going on for months.
November 23rd 12 04:25 AM
by sgt23 Go to last post
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Mark Twain commemorative coins by Frank Galikanokus
WASHINGTON -- On Jan. 1, 2016, the Treasury Department will begin issuing commemorative coins to celebrate Mark Twain’s contribution to American literary history http://www.latimes.com/news/nation/nationnow/la-na-nn-mark-twain-coin-20121115,0,7121657.story This is a much better subject for our...
November 17th 12 07:31 PM
by oly Go to last post
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So a guy metal detecting finds an 1870-CC half... by Duh_OZ
Alas, not I. It ended up selling for $4,993.75 at a heritage auction. Think it would have sold more if it was (professionally) cleaned? http://coins.ha.com/c/item.zx?saleNo=1173&lotIdNo=191001 Not sure if the links below will...
November 14th 12 02:29 PM
by Phil DeMayo Go to last post
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A Cup of Coins by Ruben[_2_]
Check out this 17th century peice http://www.coinforums.com/world-ancient-coins/1526-cup-coins.html#post6014
November 5th 12 03:44 AM
by Ruben[_2_] Go to last post
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