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Brasher doubloon sets record at auction: $9.36 million

A 1787 Brasher doubloon set a record for any U.S. gold coin when it realized $9.36 million in Heritage Auctions Jan. 21 auction. The coin is of the EB on Wing variant. This is a breaking news story. Coin World will have more on this story later. Full Story

The Oregon Lottery system announced that they were going to expand sports betting in Oregon by offering state-licensed mobile sportsbooks and sports betting kiosks. Both have now launched. In addition, bettors can access the few sportsbooks located at various tribal casinos in the state. Oregon scoreboard. Oregon Lottery Scoreboard uses the American Odds system for sports betting, which uses a baseline value of $100. Odds that represent events with greater than a 50% chance of happening (the favorite) are always represented by a minus sign (-). The value indicates how much a player needs to wager to win $100, with the larger the.

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Mint officials were aware of the 2014-D mule dollar

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The news of a recently discovered pairing of a Sacagawea dollar obverse and Presidential dollar reverse from the Denver Mint was not news to the U.S. Mint, who knew of the coin's existence. Full Story

Mint provides new details about 2021 silver dollar centennial coins

The silver dollars marking the centennial of the transition from the Morgan dollar to the Peace dollar will include at least six different coins, with two designs and three mints involved. Full Story

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A Capitol police officer could be receiving a congressional gold medal for his work on January 6, 2021, protecting the Capitol and its occupants from marauding rioters. Full Story

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South Carolina 2021 American Innovation dollars are available

Bags and rolls of South Carolina's 2021 American Innovation dollars produced at the Philadelphia and Denver Mints are now being sold at the U.S. Mint's website. Full Story

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    Market Analysis: Big prices for low grades

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    Two gold coins in Paramount Collection could bring $1 million each

  • Rusty Goe publishes three-volume work on Carson City Mint coins

    A comprehensive work about the Carson City Mint and its products, 'The Confident Carson City Coin Collector,' is available from Rusty Goe, award-winning author and authority on the subject.
  • Heads or Tails: The Super Bowl “Coin”

    Jeff and Larry discuss the coin toss from the big game, answer some readers questions and talk coin show etiquette.
  • Euro note fakes at historical low level in circulation

    The European Central Bank said euro bank note counterfeiting was at a historically low level in 2020 with 460,000 counterfeit euro bank notes withdrawn in 2020, a reduction of 17.7% from 2019.
  • Monday Morning Brief for Feb. 8, 2021: Pandemic, Year 2 begins

    The numismatic community has survived the first year of the pandemic, though not without some challenges. The question remains: When will 'normal' times resume for the hobby?
  • Market Analysis: Big prices for low grades

    The highest graded coins tend to grab the headlines and open wide the wallets of collectors, but many lower graded coins also hold appeal. Prices for some at a recent sale reflected that charm.
  • Syria’s inflation woes require issuing 5,000-pound note for circulation

    Syria issued the 5,000-pound note in January to replace worn lower denomination notes, as its exchange rate has gone from 47 Syrian pounds per dollar in 2011 to 512 pounds per dollar now.
  • Two gold coins in Paramount Collection could bring $1 million each

    The Paramount Collection set for mid-February auction stars quality gold coins, including a 1907 Saint-Gaudens, Ultra High Relief double eagle and an 1880 Coiled Hair $4 Stella, each expected to break $1 million.
  • BEP plans for Maryland facility now under review

    More details are revealed about construction plans for a Bureau of Engraving and Printing plant in suburban Maryland, which might open by 2025, with full operation expected by 2029.
  • Will some American Eagle silver coins have low mintages in 2021?

    Production restrictions in effect at the Philadelphia and San Francisco mints could have a profound impact on the mintage figures for the 2021 American Eagle silver bullion coins with the current designs.
  • Week's Most Read: Proof silver Eagle rescheduled

    Readers this week were watching for Mint product releases, including the rescheduled Proof 2021-W American Eagle silver dollar release date, and any fresh news on the silver dollar centennial program.
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