Every week, we publish at our website select content from the print issue of this week’s Coin World in addition to content written primarily for the internet audience.

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

  1. Market Evaluation: 1964 Kennedy half clad quarter dollar: A Kennedy half dollar fell on a quarter dollar planchet intended for the following season’s coins sold for more than $4,000 at a Heritage auction.
  2. NGC certifies new mule die matching from two $1 series: The Numismatic Guaranty Corp. certified a previously unreported 2014-D mule coin, having a Sacagawea dollar obverse and Presidential dollar undo.
  3. No West Point Mint quarters in 2021: After two years of inserting W Mint marked quarter bucks into circulation, the U.S. Mint declares that West Point won’t create the coins from 2021.


  1. Mint ready to implement alloy change for coins pending approval: Congress has got the Mint’s fifth biennial analysis report on alternative compositions for circulating coinage, with different suggestions.


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