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The Columbus Mint That Never Was (4/29/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben03-17-08_Shermanface2-1024x663By Gerald Tebben You won’t find any 1877-C gold $10 eagles in any collection, but it wasn’t for lack of trying. … More >>


Elusive Coins: They’re Out There Somewhere (4/28/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben07-21-08_obverseBy Gerald Tebben In collecting, the rare but attainable coins, such as the 1916 Standing Liberty quarter dollar (mintage 52,000); ultrarare … More >>


Pontefract Coins: Born in the Blood of Battle (4/23/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben04-21-08_obverseBy Gerald Tebben The reign of England’s Charles I ended as with the strong swing of a sharp axe on Jan. … More >>


If John Beat George: What Early American Coins May Have Looked Like (4/19/13)
CWworthpoint_Tebben02-18-08_obverseBy Gerald Tebben In an alternate universe, our first president, John Adams, placed his own portrait on coins in 1792. President … More >>


Furor Over a Florin: Great Britain’s ‘Godless’ Coin (4/14/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben12-15-08_obverseBy Gerald Tebben As cholera swept England in 1849, attention fell on the country’s new coin. A godless coin. A coin … More >>


Use A Coin, Go to Jail: The Monneron Medal of Confidence (4/13/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben11-17-08_obverseBy Gerald Tebben Trade tokens tend to be simple affairs that make do for money in times of economic stress. During … More >>


A Tale of Two Noses: Nixon Inaugural Medals (4/11/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben10-20-08_1969obverseBy Gerald Tebben Richard M. Nixon, the only president to resign from office, in disgrace, was many things to many people … More >>


Revolutionary Honors: Medals Mark Struggle for American Independence (4/3/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben01-21-02_ObvBy Gerald Tebben The largely unremembered war began with the George Washington’s surrender and ended essentially with the accession of George … More >>


Silver Revolutionary Souvenir ‘Peso’ Struck to Back Cuban Liberation (4/1/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben11-16-09_obverseBy Gerald Tebben Can you name a silver piece minted in Philadelphia in 1897 that has the designer’s initial “M” on … More >>


A Link to History: Connect with Saints through Ancient Coins (4/1/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben02-16-09_imageBy Gerald Tebben Saints lived common lives, too. They toiled at their vocations. They ate and slept and engaged in the … More >>


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