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NGC Recognizes Top 100 Liberty Seated Dime Varieties

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) has announced that it will now attribute Liberty Seated Dime varieties listed in the “Top 100 Liberty Seated Dime Varieties” online reference by collector and researcher Gerry Fortin. The varieties will be attributed on the NGC certification label with an “F” number under NGC’s VarietyPlus® service.
Written by Janell Armstrong at 00:00

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How to stay safe when you're at a coin show

Doug Davis with the Numismatic Crime Information Center offers these tips for staying safe when attending a coin show.
Written by Jake Sherlock at 00:00

The Twenty Cent Piece

Most people are unaware of the fact that the U.S. Mint once produced a 20 cent piece. This coin was authorized by the Act of March 3, 1875, and lasted until 1878. This coin was widely confused as a quarter by the public. The coin weighed five grams, the weight of a modern nickel, and was 90 percent silver. Also, this coin was 22 millimeters in diameter while a quarter was 24.3 mm.
Written by Eric Niedzielski at 00:00

MSNS hard at work planning spring convention and coin show

The Board of Directors of the Michigan State Numismatic Society got together at the Adoba Hotel in Dearborn, Mich., Saturday, February 8, to continue planning for their spring convention and coin show, March 14 -16, 2014, at the Adoba. ...
Written by American Numismatic Association staff at 00:00

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Walkers that you should run to, not from

Not only is the Walking Liberty half dollar one of the most beautiful coins ever to be produced, but it is also a reasonably priced series, especially when compared to other type coins.
Written by Tony Davis at 14:00

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