coinsbygary's Blog

04 Apr 2020

Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

Exonumia | coinsbygary

Its been a long time since I've written an original blog here. It's not that I didn't have anything new to say but that I've had other responsibilities and distractions getting in the way. However, behind the scenes, I have been accumulating bits and pieces of news about my Laura Gardin Fraser collection.

09 Oct 2018

Art and Allegory

Coins-United States | coinsbygary

When it comes to coinage designs the two most important features I look for are brilliant artistry and strong allegories. Occasionally these two characteristics appear on modern US coins. However, many of those are expensive to collect because they are struck in gold, platinum, and palladium.

11 Dec 2015

I Finally Found What I was Looking For

Medals | coinsbygary

A few years ago I bought a three medal set of ANA convention medals enclosed in a plexiglass holder. The 1969 medals struck in bronze and silver commemorate the 78th annual convention of the ANA held in Philadelphia, Pa.

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