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Friday May 16, 2014
The California family who discovered over $10 Million in buried gold coins while walking their dog has decided to use the first piece of their newfound fortune to help save the National landmark where 1,312 of the 1,427 gold coins in the now-famous Saddle Ridge Hoard were struck.
Thursday May 15, 2014
The old Money.org will be replaced by a brand new website this summer. Over the next couple of weeks, members will see some major changes at Money.org. Here’s what to expect.
Tuesday May 13, 2014
"Goose" Gossage will be in Denver Tuesday to help promote the National Baseball Hall of Fame's new commemorative coin.
The Hall of Fame pitcher is scheduled to visit the Denver Mint, where the half-dollar coin is being produced. The limited edition coin celebrates the 75th anniversary of the Hall of Fame, with some of the proceeds going to support its operations in Cooperstown, New York.
Thursday May 8, 2014
On behalf of American Numismatic Association staff members Emily Silver and David Truesdell, President Walter Ostromecki and ourselves, we want to thank the Central States Numismatic Society for providing a table for the American Numismatic Association at their recently completed 75th Anniversary Convention in Schaumburg, Illinois, on April 21-26, 2014. We were able to sign up or renew 15 members for the ANA. A special thanks to John Zwolinski from Cudahy, Wisconson, for donating the money for the shipment of the coin show kit.
Wednesday May 7, 2014
The exhibit, “A House Divided- Money of the Civil War” is coming down after several years on the main gallery floor and the new exhibit, “Treasures of the Deep: Galleons, Storms and Archeology” will be taking it’s place.