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Another Marine Corps Coin

Welcome to Something About Coins! A U.S. House Rep. proposed legislation for a commemorative coin to honor the 100th anniversary of Marine Corps Aviation. Utah passed their Legal Tender Act of 2011, and a rare coin collection was spilled on a highway over the weekend during a rollover crash. The vehicle’s driver and passenger survived. [...]

Quarter Three Coin Set, Half Dollar

Welcome back to Something About Coins! The most recent sales figures from the U.S. Mint emerged. Dave Harper comments on the un-used half dollar, and Doug Winter describes an 1858-O Double Eagle from the Eliasberg Collection. Enjoy!

American Eagles April Summary

Welcome back to Something About Coins! Reports on the gold and silver bullion American Eagles summarize strong sales in April. The U.S. Mint launched another Presidential $1 Coin and First Spouse Medal Set, and NumisMaster gives a historical look at the half dime. Enjoy!

Silver Proof Sets, Grant $1 Coin

Welcome to Something About Coins! The U.S. Mint revived their popular silver proof sets that were suspended during the last few weeks in April. They will launch two new coins next week, the Grant $1 Coin and the Yellowstone 5 oz Silver Uncirculated Coin. The George VI gold coin set sold for $147,300 at Baldwin’s [...]

$10 Liberty Head Gold Coins

$10 Liberty Head Gold Coins

Welcome back to Something About Coins! A collection of $10 Liberty Head gold coins, ranked number one Finest Set of All Time on the PCGS Set Registry, makes headlines following a recent sale. Dave Harper comments on the U.S. Mint sales of proof and uncirculated American Eagles, and Vic Bozarth discusses buying and selling coins [...]