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  • by Numismatic News Staff
    By Paul Malone Over the years, the subject of net-grading has probably been beaten to death between the covers of Numismatic News. My jury is still out. Is it good or bad? Mintmarked Lincolns from the early to mid-1920s are notorious for […]
  • by Numismatic News Staff
    from the Dec. 31 Numismatic News E-Newsletter Did you receive any coins or hobby items as holiday gifts? If so, what? Received a copy of nice 1-ounce silver Kangaroos for Christmas. Kevin CorbinAbbotsford, B.C. I received an 1818 quarter, NGC VG-10. Chuck […]
  • by Numismatic News Staff
    U.S. Economy Takes Hit from Default Loans Patrick A. Heller has written on the dynamics of the international gold supply on several occasions. This is an all-important topic that addresses supply and demand as well as global buying/selling transactions and their dynamics. […]