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Upcoming Exhibit to Feature Reformation Coins and Medals (Mon, 20 May 2024)
Concordia Historical Institute (CHI), the Department of History and Archives of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod houses the most extensive institutional collection of Reformation coins and medals outside of Germany. Over the last 175 years, many Lutherans in North America collected these Reformation pieces in gold, silver, bronze, and pewter as memorials of their Lutheran faith. […] The post Upcoming Exhibit to Feature Reformation Coins and Medals appeared first on CoinWeek: Rare Coin, Currency, and Bullion News for Collectors.
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1846 Liberty Seated Half Dime : A Collector’s Guide (Mon, 20 May 2024)
By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek Notes …..   The Philadelphia Mint deployed one set of dies to produce the entire business strike mintage of 27,000 1846 Liberty Seated Half Dimes. A second die marriage was used to strike a limited number of Proofs. Outside of the unique 1870-S Liberty Seated Half Dime, the 1846 is the key to […] The post 1846 Liberty Seated Half Dime : A Collector’s Guide appeared first on CoinWeek: Rare Coin, Currency, and Bullion News for Collectors.
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1925 Lincoln Cent : History and Value | CoinWeek (Fri, 17 May 2024)
By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek Notes …..   In 1925, the United States Mint struck a total combined mintage of 188,909,000 Lincoln Cents across all three facilities. Of this, roughly 74% was produced by the Philadelphia facility. Such a large mintage was almost double that of the prior year (1924). By 1924, America was experiencing a dramatic economic […] The post 1925 Lincoln Cent : History and Value | CoinWeek appeared first on CoinWeek: Rare Coin, Currency, and Bullion News for Collectors.
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1909-S V.D.B. Lincoln Wheat Cent : A Collector’s Guide (Fri, 17 May 2024)
By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek Notes …..   The Philadelphia Mint had been solely responsible for producing minor coins since the first half cents and large cents rolled off the presses in 1793. This all changed starting in 1908 when the San Francisco Mint was tasked with producing Indian Head Cents. That year, San Francisco’s output of 1,115,000 one-cent […] The post 1909-S V.D.B. Lincoln Wheat Cent : A Collector’s Guide appeared first on CoinWeek: Rare Coin, Currency, and Bullion News for Collectors.
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