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Saddle Ridge Treasure on display at National Money Show in Atlanta

The Saddle Ridge Treasure of over 1,400 gold coins, with an estimated value of $10 million will be on display for the first time at the American Numismatic Association’s National Money Show in Atlanta this week.
Written by ANA Staff at 00:00

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NGC Grades Newman Colonials

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) has certified more than 600 American Colonial and Pre-Federal coins, tokens and medals from the outstanding collection of Eric P. Newman. Assembled over a period of more than 90 years, the selections include a number of extremely rare and high grade specimens that have not been seen publicly for many decades.
Written by Janell Armstrong at 00:00

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NGC Recognizes Top 100 Liberty Seated Dime Varieties

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) has announced that it will now attribute Liberty Seated Dime varieties listed in the “Top 100 Liberty Seated Dime Varieties” online reference by collector and researcher Gerry Fortin. The varieties will be attributed on the NGC certification label with an “F” number under NGC’s VarietyPlus® service.
Written by Janell Armstrong at 00:00

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Walkers that you should run to, not from

Not only is the Walking Liberty half dollar one of the most beautiful coins ever to be produced, but it is also a reasonably priced series, especially when compared to other type coins.
Written by Tony Davis at 14:00

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Eureka Mint to demonstrate minting process at the Atlanta National Money Show

Attendees to the National Money Show in Atlanta will get to watch the minting process in action. Timothy Grat and the Eureka Mint will be on hand to show how coins were minted between the Renaissance and the Industrial Revolution. The Eureka Mint demonstrations will begin with melting unleaded pewter and end with a finished token that attendees will be able to take home.
Written by Jake Sherlock at 00:00

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