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Visit one of our other blogs: There is a tradition started by several numismatic publication editors, including Coin World’s Bill Gibbs and Numismatic News’ David Harper, of posting their predictions for the hobby at the end of one year for the coming year.For example, the World War I Centennial dollar and Breast Cancer Awareness commemorative coin programs will both sell much better than the two 2017 commemorative programs, Boys Town and the Lions Club.Consider the contrast between comments over the past two years in advance of the release of the 2015 to 2017 American Liberty gold coins and silver medals and actual sales.

Third, American coin collectors today appear to have become more receptive to modern depictions of Lady Liberty.This means you have to adapt to a changing numismatic arena. and other mints and coin dealers will always do things that we periodically find annoying, I prefer to direct my energy toward figuring out how to make things work for me, rather than spend a lot of time kvetching.There will always be opportunities for those who do their homework, such as the ultra-low mintage gold Libertads I covered in my December feature in Coin World magazine, or the 2017 Niue Ares two-ounce ultra-high relief silver coin I discussed in an earlier article. For example, we may quibble with the way the Mint sold certain coins like the 2017 palladium American Eagles, but those who paid close attention had ample opportunity to buy those coins, in the weeks before they were released, from a wide range of coin dealers at a price that turned out to be a real bargain.In 2017, for “Liberty Centennial Designs,” in Elemetal Direct, he was presented with the Numismatic Literary Guild's award for best article in a non-numismatic publication.He is also a founding member of the Modern Coin Forum.

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