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The Best Investment: What’s In Your Wallet? (4/11/13)
silver_quarterAs an appraiser, I often have to answer questions regarding antiques and collectibles as an investment, often being the bearer … 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 >>

Special Tokens Issued to Serve as Currency in Culion Leper Colony (3/28/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben10-19-09_obverseBy Gerald Tebben The first 370 settlers, many horribly disfigured, arrived about 4 p.m., May 27, 1906. Six concrete houses and … More >>

Auction Report: 1908 Hunan Government Chinese 100 Coppers Banknote Brings $15,220 (3/22/13)
Lot 129 Hunan Government Bank, 1908 Issue RarityHONG KONG, China – A high-grade Chinese Hunan government banknote for 100 coppers, 1908 issue, hammered for $15,220 after a … More >>

Pre-War Ethiopian Coins: Lions, Thalers and Birrs, Oh My! (3/12/13)
CWWorthpoint_Tebben01-16-06_obverseBy Gerald Tebben Money in Ethiopia before the First World War was a complicated affair. But bullets, as might be expected, … 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 >>

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 >>

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