Unloved by many (including Charles De Gaulle), this subway token-esque coin nevertheless proved to be very influential.
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Truly popular designs never really go away – politicians and Treasury officials will always figure out ways to recycle them.
My first trip to a coin convention. I had a ton of fun, although my wallet is definitely lighter now.
A look at some coins issued by World War II puppet governments in Manchuria and France.
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“Am I Not a Woman & A Sister”: A Hard Times Token That Foreshadowed Even Harder Times Ahead. (UPDATED)
A look at one of the most famous, and consequential, Hard Times Tokens.
How the Susan B. Anthony Dollar became the New Coke of coins.
Like many collectors who came of age in the 80s and 90s, my introduction into coin collecting came with bicentennial coins.
People lost their ever loving minds when Victor David Brenner put his initials on the 1909 Lincoln cent.
Arkansas Centennial Half Dollar (Joe Robinson Version): A Forgettable Coin for a Forgotten Senate Giant
When we think powerful Senate Majority Leaders, it’s usually Lyndon Johnson, Robert Taft, Mitch McConnell or Harry Reid. Why not Joe Robinson?