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Weekly World Numismatic News for Super Sunday, February 4, 2018

In 1966, discussions between the upstart American Football League and the National Football League led to the development of a championship game. The idea came from Kansas City Chief’s owner Lamar Hunt to have a single game to crown the championship during the five years it would take to merge the leagues. The game was […]

Six more weeks of winter

There may be a coin, token, or medal that will help celebrate any holiday or occasion. Someone looking for a collecting idea decided to find out if there was a coin for every holiday or commemoration. After searching online for the last few months, this person found over 150 coins and medals to cover more […]

Weekly World Numismatic News for January 7, 2018

This is the space where I try to comment on something in the news that I found interesting. Like my update on December 3, 2017, my mind is elsewhere. If you are a college football fan or happened to watch the Rose Bowl last Monday, my undergraduate alma mater, the Georgia Bulldogs played a thrilling […]

HAPPY 2018!

Happy New Year! As we begin a new year, we should look forward to better times for our hobby, our nation, and our world. I wish you and yours a Happy and Healthy 2018 and hope that you find the key coin of your dreams! Images courtesy of the U.S. Mint.


Whether you celebrated Chanukah Observed Festivus, for the rest of us Having a Merry Christmas Or will begin celebrating Kwanzaa I hope you are having a joyous holiday season!

U.S. Mint announces WWI Centennial Commemorative Design winner

In a rare Monday holiday appearance by government workers, the U.S. Mint announced that they selected a design for the World War I American Veterans Centennial Commemorative Coin. The winning design was submitted by LeRoy Transfield, a sculptor from Orem, Utah. In an interview that appeared in the Desert News, Transfield said that he had […]



Canada Day, or Fête du Canada in the French-speaking areas, is Canada’s version of Independence Day. It celebrates the enactment of their Constitution on July 1, 1867. The Constitution Act of 1867 brought together Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick to create the Dominion of Canada. As a Dominion then an independent member of […]

JFK 100

A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on. John Fitzgerald Kennedy was the second son of Joe and Rose Kennedy. Born on May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts, Jack, as he was known to family and friends, was born of privilege and lead that life being able to travel […]