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Did You Know That The Export License for the Farouk Specimen 1933 Double Eagle Was Issued 80 Years Ago This Week?

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Did You Know That 1878 VAM-44 is Referred to as the “King of VAMs”?

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Did You Know That The Denver Mint Began Producing Nickels This Week in 1912?

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Did You Know That The Coinage Act of January 29, 1874 Authorized the U.S. Mint to Produce Coins for Other Countries?

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Did You Know That Laura Gardin Fraser’s Bust of George Washington First Appeared on a $5 Commemorative Coin in 1999?

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Did You Know That Because of a Fire at the Philadelphia Mint, Large Cents Were the Only U.S. Coins Dated 1816?

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Did You Know That Henry Morgenthau, Jr. Assumed the Secretary of the Treasury Position on New Year’s Day 1934?

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Did You Know That Canadian Coinage of 1911 is “Godless”?

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Did You Know That Early American Financier Robert Morris Spent Roughly Two Years in Debtors’ Prison?

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Did You Know That “LIBERTY” is Doubled on All 1876-CC Twenty-Cent Pieces?

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Did You Know That the Carson City Mint Struck A Dozen Proof Morgan Dollars in 1893?

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Did You Know That the Term “So-Called Dollar” is Attributed to 19th and 20th Century Coin Dealer Thomas Elder?

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Did You Know That a Proof 1850 Double Eagle is in the Collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale?

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Did You Know That This Week in 1978 Congress Passed Legislation Authorizing the American Arts Gold Medallions?

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Did You Know That the Nevada State Museum, Formerly the Carson City Mint, Opened on Halloween 1941?

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Did You Know That 1878 VAM-44 is Referred to as the “King of VAMs”?

Did You Know That The Denver Mint Began Producing Nickels This Week in 1912?

Did You Know That The Coinage Act of January 29, 1874 Authorized the U.S. Mint to Produce Coins for Other Countries?

Did You Know That Laura Gardin Fraser’s Bust of George Washington First Appeared on a $5 Commemorative Coin in 1999?

Did You Know That Because of a Fire at the Philadelphia Mint, Large Cents Were the Only U.S. Coins Dated 1816?

Did You Know That Henry Morgenthau, Jr. Assumed the Secretary of the Treasury Position on New Year’s Day 1934?

Did You Know That Canadian Coinage of 1911 is “Godless”?

Did You Know That Early American Financier Robert Morris Spent Roughly Two Years in Debtors’ Prison?

Did You Know That “LIBERTY” is Doubled on All 1876-CC Twenty-Cent Pieces?

Did You Know That the Carson City Mint Struck A Dozen Proof Morgan Dollars in 1893?

Did You Know That the Term “So-Called Dollar” is Attributed to 19th and 20th Century Coin Dealer Thomas Elder?

Did You Know That a Proof 1850 Double Eagle is in the Collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale?

Did You Know That This Week in 1978 Congress Passed Legislation Authorizing the American Arts Gold Medallions?

Did You Know That the Nevada State Museum, Formerly the Carson City Mint, Opened on Halloween 1941?

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