The Senator Robert Menendez case won’t be the first time in recent memory where numismatics or bullion played an important role.
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Numismatics have long been an important trope in pop culture. Here are some of the more notable examples.
If I had a time machine, I’d go back and buy a bunch of gold coins before they spiked in value in the 2000s.
“Nixon in New York” will be released on paperback in the fall. As such, here’s a post about my Richard Nixon coin.
Unloved by many (including Charles De Gaulle), this subway token-esque coin nevertheless proved to be very influential.
I’ve talked about the coins I didn’t buy at the ANA World’s Fair of Money. So what about the ones I did buy?
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?