It’s hard to believe that only one Supreme Court justice (who wasn’t previously President) has ever been on a government-issued coin.
One thing I’ve learned is that federal politicians have a lot of power when it comes to coinage. Case in point: Sen. Jim McClure.
“Nixon in New York” will be released on paperback in the fall. As such, here’s a post about my Richard Nixon coin.
My first trip to a coin convention. I had a ton of fun, although my wallet is definitely lighter now.
How the Susan B. Anthony Dollar became the New Coke of coins.
Truly popular designs never really go away – politicians and Treasury officials will always figure out ways to recycle them.
Like many collectors who came of age in the 80s and 90s, my introduction into coin collecting came with bicentennial coins.