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BEP to release first 2014 Intaglio print at National Money Show

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) is pleased to introduce its 2014 Intaglio Print Subscription Program, “Defenders of Freedom,” which went on sale Monday, Feb. 3, 2014. The first card, Army, will be released on February 27 in conjunction with the BEP’s participation at the American Numismatic Association’s National Money Show in Atlanta, Ga.

One of the Best Coin Weeks of Your Life

Would you like to experience one of the best coin weeks of your life? Consider attending the American Numismatic Association’s Summer Seminar touted as “The best education in numismatics. PERIOD.” I totally agree.
Written by Michael S. Fey at 00:00

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Coin education as a young numismatist

I was introduced to the numismatic community through friend and mentor Lee Minshull in May of last year. It all began when I purchased silver, ninety percent coins in as an investment but it sparked my interest in numismatics and coin collecting. From that day forward I have always been trying to better educate myself in numismatics. Being a young numismatist myself, I have found that there are many great resources to help further my education.
Written by Ron Sannes at 16:00

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

Why Gold Investors are Pessimistic … or are they?

As a coin and bullion dealer and hard money advocate, I’ve been accused on more than one occasion of being a pessimist. In fact, individuals have gone so far as to state that I would like to see a complete meltdown of the financial and monetary markets, which would force us to re-adopt the gold standard.
Written by Tony Davis at 00:00
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