HOBBY PROTECTION ACT H.R. 5977

H.R. 5977 Seeks to Extend the Hobby Protection Act June 28, 2012 By Michael Zielinski Leave a Comment A bill has recently been introduced in the House of Representatives which seeks to extend the provisions of the Hobby Protection Act to make it unlawful to support or assist anyone who violates the act along with some other modifications.…

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EXONUMIA

  Exonumia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Numismatics Terminology  Portal Currency Coins, Banknotes, Forgery Circulating currencies Community currencies Company scrip, LETS, Time dollars Fictional currencies Ancient currencies Greek, Roman, China, India ByzantineMedieval currencies Modern currencies Africa, The Americas, Europe, Asia, Oceania Production Mint, Designers Coining, Milling, Hammering, Cast Exonumia Credit cards, Medals, Tokens, Cheques Notaphily Banknotes Scripophily Stocks, Bonds v t e Exonumia are numismatic items (such as tokens, medals, or…

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OBJECTIVES

OBJECTIVES The Middle Georgia Coin Club (MGCC) provides free copies of the Red Book periodically, an annual publication officially known as the US Guide to Coins, to members, drawings for numismatic items and offers programs that include club auctions of numismatic items, the dissemination  of information about coin and collectible shows that are taking place throughout the…

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1892 Columbian

1892 Columbian Exposition Half Dollar(pictured on homepage)   David Hall: The first true commemoratives struck by the United States Mint were the 1892 and 1893 Columbian Exposition half dollars. The coins were to be sold at the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago. The Exposition was originally scheduled to be held in 1892, but was postponed…

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