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Union ‘Greenbacks’ Replace CSA Notes during the Waning Stages of the Civil War (2/28/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben12-16-02_ObvBy Gerald Tebben In the spring of 1864, Atlanta stood before Union Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman and quaked. Conquest of the … More >>


Hidden Surprises: Signatures on Old Checks are Part of Lithuanian History (2/21/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben05-17-10_imageBy Gerald Tebben You never know what you’ll find when you walk by Dan Rich’s table at central Ohio coin and … More >>


Numismatic Mysteries: Three Issues Not Known to Exist (2/19/13)
1895 Morgan DollarBy Gerald Tebben Coin collecting is filled with might-have-beens and what-ifs, but for me, one of the most fascinating parts of … More >>


What Not To Do With Coins: A Historical Perspective (2/17/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben11-15-10_ObvBy Gerald Tebben Here are some things not to do with coins: Do not put them in your mouth In the late 1990s, … More >>


Bent and Beautiful, this Half Groat is Part of Henry VIII’s Legacy (2/6/13)
henry obverse 1By Gerald Tebben The small silver coin was bent where a chisel had cut across the king’s image, granular from centuries … More >>


In Memoriam of McKinley—Medal Honors Third Slain U.S. President (2/6/13)
mckinley obverseBy Gerald Tebben A shocked nation was reeling in 1901. For the third time in 35 years, an assassin had taken … More >>


Can’t Pass Them By: A Fondness for Circulated Columbian Half Dollars (2/6/13)
1892ColumbianobvBy Gerald Tebben I have a particular fondness for circulated World’s Columbian Exposition half dollars. I love to hold them in … More >>


Heavy Silver Coins Offered Monetary Stability in Chaotic 14th-Century England (2/21/12)
SILVER HAMMERED EDWARD PENNY obverseBy Gerald Tebben Five kings from two houses ruled England during the 14th century. Their coinage during that century showed a … More >>


A Historic Year: 2009 Focuses on Centennial of the Lincoln Cent (1/11/10)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben01-19-09_obverseBy Gerald Tebben The Lincoln cent turned 100 years old in 2009. During the year, hobby publications, history magazines and daily … More >>


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