21 Jan 2021

Medal to Honor 60 years of service by George Jeppson !

Exonumia | Golfer

George Nathaniel Jeppson !

21 Jan 2021

Birthday Aquisitions

| TheNumisMaster

I hate to do this to you all, but this blog will be rather short. Today is my birthday, and I woke up to a wonderful surprise. My family somehow scraped together enough money to buy me a brand new 2021 rebook, and an upgraded buffalo nickel album. (My current one was made in the 50s and in very worn). I am deeply grateful, seeing as how money has been tight this year, and i was not expecting any gifts. It made my birthday morning all the more special. Thanks to everyone to reading, and sorry I kept this blog so short. Well wishes, and I'll catch you all next time! Cheers!

21 Jan 2021

the pictures i post

| walking liberty

I have been getting some comments about the pictures I post and here is what I have to say about it. The pictures I post are not owned by me unless I specifically say so. I will now start saying when pictures are mine or not and if they are not mine who owns them. please I do not mean to offend you guys I am just trying to have a good time here at the ANA. Best of week WL

21 Jan 2021

part of my coin collection

Coins | walking liberty

Ever since i joined here everyone has added pictures of their collection when all I have posted is a W V75 quarter! So this weekend I will be posting pictures of part of my collection and I hope you guys like it And I am looking forward to sharing my collection with you guys. Well that's all I have to say hope yall have a great day and a good weekend. WL

20 Jan 2021

Copper Quarter? the other is just interesting

Coins-United States | Grogu

Since I am bored not having anything else to do, I have been spending most of my time annoying the bank tellers buying and returning my coins. I am sure many of you are the same.Well, I got me three rolls of quarters. I found these two. I love the one that has no color at all. It looks like a copper coin. I might be wrong...LOL

20 Jan 2021

Numismastery 101

| TheNumisMaster

Hello everyone! I trust you are doing well! Before I get started on the main attraction of this blog, I wanted to let you all know that I recently completed the first bit of the ANA's Early American Copper Project, earning me a Coronet Head Cent, a Classic Head Cent, a 2000 Steam Press Commem, and a Coronet Head Reference Book. So thanks to the ANA for providing us YNs with these amazing programs, and thanks to the donors who make it all possible. We appreciate you guys! So now to the title of this blog. With second term in the rearview mirror, I have had lots of time on my hands, at least, more than I used to. I wanted to do something with my time besides sitting around, staring it my computer, so that's when I came up with my evil plan. *Curls fingers and lets out maniacal laughter* I hatched the idea of a numismatic "course" I would name Numismastery 101. This course would be geared towards collectors young and old who want to get into the Hobby of Kings but know next to nothing about it, and are scratching their heads about where to start. I made some instant headway, and decided to organize it on Google Drive for easy access and collaboration. I would like to involve all of you in this creative process, and would love it if you would help me out. I am trying to reach 50,000 words by the end of March, and know that task is a daunting one. I invite any and all YNs who are confident in their writing abilities to get in the trenches to regurgitate all that numismatic knowledge that you're somehow filing away somewhere in their heads. I invite anyone who doesn't trust themselves to write to review what's already written and suggest edits and new ideas. This goes for you older numismatists as well. I am trying to create opportunities for my fellow YNs to teach others about this hobby they love, and find the gaps in their learning. Who knows? Maybe Numismastery 101 will fill them! As you all know, new collectors, young and old, are the future of this hobby. I feel as though we often take for granted the fact that new people seem to keep flowing in. Although it has picked up significantly, that flow of new numismatist has slowed. I had the idea for this new outreach program in hopes that it might shed some light on numismatics, and present it to those who might not see it otherwise. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated. If you would like to help, please privately message me, and I will send you and invite link. Together, we can help new collectors find their own place in this amazing hobby. Thank you for reading, and I will cya 'round! -NM

20 Jan 2021

The Fifty States of Coinage- Part 18- Louisiana

Coins-United States | coinfodder

Ironically, could the bandKatrina and the Wavesbe a poorly timed omen for the Hurricane of the same name? Katrina itself didn't kill, but horrible planning by the government and the following storm surge (waves) killed. I still do like the song, Walking on Sunshine. Anyways...

20 Jan 2021


Library | walking liberty

do any of you guys have a coin magazine subscription? the kind that shows up at your door, not your email. I have a Numismatic News subscription.

20 Jan 2021

Coin Show

| Peter

Laughlin, Nevada( Bullhead City )2121 South Casino DriveLaughlin, Nevada 89029February 12 - 14February 12, Friday 11am - 6pmFebruary 13, Saturday 10am - 6pmFebruary 14, Sunday 10am - 4pmCoin Show let have fun.

19 Jan 2021

1909 VDB penny... I know it looks really bad, but...

| Grogu

As you all know the 1909 VDB is always being looked for. I found my first one. I know it looks beat up, But I am happy to find one. I need the S mint one. I am amazed at how much this penny has been thru, the coin actually looks like the date is 190..lol. I love this coin.


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