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Party On with Inaugural Collectibles (1/20/09)
Obama cuff linksIn the mood to party, but it’s too late for New Year’s Eve? Too early for the Super Bowl? How … More >>




Mastro Auction House Sets World Record (11/19/08)
Richard Mantia with Mastro Live Auctions talks about Mastro’s new division for numismatics and the world record they recently set with the purchase of a Polish gold 1925 pattern coin. WorthPoint’s Dan Borsey has the story. WorthPoint – Get the Most from your Antiques and Collectibles More >>


A Rare 1969-S Double Die Penny & Other Coins (11/19/08)
A 1969-S Double Die Penny & other rare coins are featured in this video from the Whitman Coin & Currency Convention in Baltimore. Worthologist Tom Carrier interviews coin expert Joe Gallo. WorthPoint – Get the Most from your Antiques and Collectibles More >>


Errors in Coins & Currency: Worthologist Glen Burger (11/19/08)
Error coins are worth a lot of money. Worthologist Glen Burger shares information, advice and tips about collecting error coins. He is interviewed at the Whitman Coin & Currency Convention by Worthologist Tom Carrier. WorthPoint – Get the Most from your Antiques and Collectibles More >>


Whitman Coin & Currency Convention, Spring 2008: Kids Korner (11/19/08)
Free coins by the handful, information, educational programs and a supportive staff are hallmarks of Kids Korner at the Whitman Coin and Currency Convention. Worthologist Tom Carrier visits the Kids Korner at the Whitman Coin and Currency Convention in Baltimore. More >>




Dr. G. G. Wilkins, Pittsfield, NH Counterstamp Coin Master (11/17/08)
Closer view of the counterstampDuring the 19th century counterstamping of coinage was done as a means of advertising one’s business and also as a forerunner to the modern day shopping coupon. More >>




Alaska Quarter Missing Initials (11/6/08)
An example of the quarter should appear, with CLV initials.Some Alaskan State quarters are showing up with the designer’s initials missing. The designer, Charles Vickers, whose initials CLV are supposed to be showing in the right lower quadrant near the bear’s left paw. Others are showing “ghost images” of the initials and others exhibited just one or two initials. More >>


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