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02 Apr 2018

Independence #3: Massachusetts

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Nothing is known about the origin of the 1776 Massachusetts Copper (Pine Tree Copper)

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08 Feb 2018

Coinage after Independence #1: New Hampshire

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New Hampshire was the first of the states to consider the subject of coinage following the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

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05 Feb 2018

Economic Affects of Numismatics?

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So I have a very different blog today. I was curious if anyone knows the economic affects, coin collecting has on silver and gold prices. Also did silver coins (90%) have an affect on the economy? If so how significant was it?

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01 Feb 2018

History Of The Three-Cent Piece

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The coins were physically the lightest-weight coins ever minted by the United States, weighing only 4/5 of a gram and with a diameter smaller than a modern dime (14 mm)

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26 Jan 2018

History of the Flying Eagle Cent

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The coin was designed by Mint Chief EngraverJames B. Longacrewith the eagle in flight based on the work of Longacre's predecessor,Christian Gobrecht.

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18 Jan 2018

History of the Half-Cent Coin

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Hello, this is my first blog, I figured I would start engaging this site a little more by posting some history of various coins, paper currency and possible tokens. Also if you would like more information, feel free to ask about the currency and tokens I feature, I would be more than happy to elaborate more on my knowledge for you! I hope you guys enjoy!

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