Tag Archives: Philadelphia

Like Potato Chips, One Mint is Never Enough

Most readers are familiar with P, D, and S coins, but did you know that before there was a CC mintmark, there was just a C? And that the D mintmark used by Denver was used before the Civil War by a … Continue reading

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2013 American Eagle Silver Dollar: It’s Here!

Hello! I’m the newest member of International Coins and Currency, a 25 year old English graduate student who knows more about phonology and etymology than coins.  In all honesty, I could give you a better history on the word “numismatics” … Continue reading

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