Week’s Most Read: Common dimes and Mint Costs

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Each weekwe print at our site select content in the print topic of the week’s Coin World in addition to content written primarily for the online audience.

Here are just five of our most-read articles from the past week, in reverse sequence.

  1. FIRST presents McAuliffe coin to lady Jill Biden: The beneficiary of the program honoring teacher Christa McAuliffe presented a first strike to first lady Jill Biden, who is also an instructor.
  2. 2021 Silver Proof set sales available April 22: This year’s Silver Proof collection goes on sale in April, but it’s fewer coins to the same price as the increased cost of the 2020 set, a installment certain to draw client ire.
  3. Just legal Saint-Gaudens 1933 gold $20 double eagle in June market : Sotheby’s announces the now-known owner of the only legal-to-own 1933 Saint-Gaudens gold $20 double eagle is selling.
  4. Monday Morning Brief for March 22, 2021: Getting too pricey? : Since the U.S. Mint is a government agency that shouldn’t operate at a loss, price increases are a given, but by how much and to what effect on the customer base?
  5. Common 1975 dimes bringing ridiculous prices online: Collectors invest countless bucks on the typical variations of these coins, as online sales advertise dimes with no Mint mark and buyers think that they are rarities.

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