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Dropped Letter on State Quarter (10/21/08)
Reverse of the 1988-P Jefferson nickelA 2005-P West Virginia state quarter has been found with a “dropped letter” showing as a letter “T” dropped out in the field. This is the result of the “T” of WEST being clogged with debris that was packed in so tight that when it eventually fell out of the die cavity of the “T”, like Jello from a mold, it was struck into the field of the coin leaving behind this very interesting incuse “T.” More >>


Proof $20 Saint-Gaudens (10/20/08)
Proof $20 Saint-Gaudens Table 2 1908-1915Matte & Roman Finish Proof $20 Saint-Gaudens By Silvano DiGenova More >>


Quarter Eagles 1796-1834 (10/14/08)
Certified Early Gold (1795-1834) and Why They Are Scarce, Part II By Silvano DiGenova More >>


Four New Lincoln Cent Reverses Due Out Starting 2009. (10/10/08)
Designs #3 and #4, depicting LincolnFour new reverses on the Lincoln cent (penny) are scheduled to appear in circulation starting February 2009 and will gradually make new appearances throughout the calendar year, in observance of the bicentenniel of Lincoln’s birth. Each design will emulate President Lincoln’s life from childhood up through his Presidency. The composition of these coins will be 97.5% zinc and 2.5% copper. More >>


The Salvation Army Cool Kid Art Contest (10/9/08)
“Celebrates the Spirit of Giving” More >>


Certified Early Gold: 1795-1834 (10/7/08)
Certified Early Gold: 1795-1834 by Silvano DiGenova Methodology of This Study More >>


Re-engraving a mystery. 1938 proof nickels challenge experts (10/6/08)
Re-engraved hair ribbon at back of JeffersonThe unexplained re-engraving at the Philadelphia Mint of an obverse and reverse pair of 1938 proof Jefferson nickel dies is not unique after all. At least five different 1938 proof nickel obverse dies were enhanced by an engraver who hand carved details directly into working proof dies, and it remains to be seen if any 1938 proof nickel dies have the elusive “normal” design. More >>


Early $10 Gold: 1795-1804 (10/3/08)
Population TableEarly $10 Gold 1795-1804 by Silvano DiGenova More >>


Ford 30 Year Commerative Coin of V8 Engine (9/28/08)
I have a coin that was given to my greatgrandfathers from the Ford Company when they were celebrating the V8 engine’s 30th year. The coin is solid copper, and in the front is a radiator, with the word Ford written across it. On the each side coin are the dates 1903 and 1933. More >>


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