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Five-cent faceoff: Evolution of half dime to nickel

NumisMaster.com - 14 Jun 2018
If the same question had been asked in the United States between the 1830s and the early 1900s, however, the answer would likely have been the five-cent piece. Yet the answer would have meant two different coins, depending upon just when the question ...
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Coin output up

Numismatic News - 17 Jun 2018
I thought I was in the wrong column as cents, dimes and nickel output numbers at both mints kept coming up the same. Only when ...
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Missing top layer makes quarter rare

Numismatic News - 15 Jun 2018
The coin has a long-winded description being a 2007-D Idaho state quarter struck on a partial copper obverse rolled to proper quarter thickness with two areas of a missing layer of nickel alloy cladding that fell away after the planchet was produced ...
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Full Steps help Jeffersons stand out

Numismatic News - 11 Jun 2018
How important is the appearance of Full Steps on a Jefferson/Monticello nickel to the overall grade of the coin? Full Steps is a designation treated the same as are Full Split Bands on Mercury dimes and Full Head on Standing Liberty quarters. This ...
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Nickel revised after outcry in 1883

NumisMaster.com - 06 Jun 2018
One such effort was his desire to standardize minor coinage by having similar designs for all three denominations (one, three, and five cents) and using the same copper-nickel alloy. It was a good idea, and had it been ...
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United States 1971 (P) Eisenhower Dollar

CoinWeek - 08 Jun 2018
While United States Mint Director Mary Brooks lobbied for the coin to be struck in silver, Congress instead chose to strike the coin for circulation in the same copper-nickel (Cu-Ni) clad composition in use for the dime and quarter dollar. In a ...
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When Coins Break Into Mainstream News Headlines

Coin Dealer Newsletter (press release) (blog) - 07 Jun 2018
For every predictable headline about the sale of a 1787 Brasher Doubloon, 1804 dollar, or 1913 Liberty nickel are at least a few folks who are learning for the first time that some coins are worth a lot of money and that, yes, coins really are cool ...
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United States Mint Sets 2018 Release Dates for Several New Coins

CoinWeek - 04 Jun 2018
The Silver Reverse Proof Set contains reverse proof versions of the year's circulating coinage: five America the Beautiful quarters (Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan; Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Wiconsin; Voyageurs National Park ...
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Letters to the Editor (June 12, 2018)

Numismatic News - 25 May 2018
Last month, a fellow collector displayed a “sunburned” dime (a dime missing the copper-nickel “sandwich”). It was interesting and ...
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3 Types of Valuable Coins To Look for in Rolls

Coin Dealer Newsletter (press release) (blog) - 07 Jun 2018
Many non-collectors don't know the difference between a regular, base-metal Jefferson nickel and 35% silver five-cent coin – thus why many 35% Jeffersons are still available if you know where to look for them. And half ...
nickel (united states coin)

Trump-Kim summit spawns new product launches in Singapore

Kyodo News Plus - 08 Jun 2018
The first-ever U.S.-North Korea summit to be hosted by Singapore next week has been invigorating business in the wealthy city-state, with several unique items related to the historic meeting being launched. Among them are a cocktail cerebrating the ...
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US Mint Promises Busy Summer 2018 for Collectors, Dealers

Coin Dealer Newsletter (press release) (blog) - 06 Jun 2018
The United States Mint just unveiled release dates for the remainder of it summertime products, and it looks like collectors and dealers have a busy few months ahead keeping up with all of the offerings on tap. Here's a roundup of the new products ...

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