No Limits on Upcoming 2019 Silver American Eagle

2019 American Silver Eagle

Good news this morning for collectors of the popular Silver American Eagle coins from the US Mint. The upcoming uncirculated 2019-W, which is set for release on May 29, 2019, will have no production limits and no household limits on purchases. That means you can buy as many as you want for your own collection and gifts for others. This will be a great way for current collectors of the series to add to their …

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A Second 1982-D Small Date Copper Cent Discovered

1982-D Small Date Close Up

Time to start looking through your pocket change. A second 1982-D Lincoln Cent with a Small Date in Copper has been discovered. The second coin was recently graded by PCGS and weighed in a 3.07 grams. The copper Cents weighed in a 3.1 grams so this was well within tolerances. For reference, the copper coated zinc cents weight just 2.5 grams. The first 1982-D Small Date copper cent was graded by NGC and it was …

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Kennedy Half Dollar 2-Roll Set Available Today

2019 Kennedy Half Dollar

As expected, the United States Mint has begun selling the 2-Roll set of 2019 Kennedy Half Dollar today. The rolls consist of 20 coins each, one roll from the Denver Mint while the other is from the Philadelphia Mint. The set is $32.95 and available on the US Mint site. These rolls consist uncirculated finished coins and while the Mint lists them as part of the circulation coins for the United States, the Half Dollar …

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Quick Tip – PCGS Photograde is a Handy Grading Tool

PCGS Photograde

While it is great having grading books, there are times that having a grading app on your Android or iPhone device just makes life easier. This is particularly true when you are at your local coin show and are doing a stare-and-compare with a coin you are thinking of buying. One of the best out there is PCGS Photograde. It is an app available on the web, for Android, and for iPhone and best of …

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2020 Red Book Now Available

2020 Guide to United States Coins

For many collectors, The Guide to United States Coins, or simply the Red Book, is a right of passage each year. Indeed some collectors collect the Red Book itself, a guide to United States Coins since 1946. If you have been waiting to get your hands on the 2020 edition, the 73rd in all, wait no further. Various resellers including Whitman Publishing themselves, have the 2020 edition of The Guide to United States Coins available …

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Today’s Deal – NGC 1937-S Lincoln Cent for $29

1937-S Lincoln Cent MS65RD NGC

Today’s Deal is a great opportunity to pick up a NGC graded Lincoln Cent. Right now on Amazon, you can pick up a NGC graded 1937-S Cent for $29.95. It is graded a MS-65RD, making it an excellent addition to any collection. At the time of this posting, there were six of these left in stock. US Coin News is an affiliate partner with Amazon for Today’s Deal articles. This article contains links that, when …

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US Mint Releases Mariana Islands American Memorial Park

2019 America The Beautiful Mariana Islands

United States Mint Director David J. Ryder joined citizens of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) to launch the new America the Beautiful Quarters Program Coin honoring American Memorial Park. The 133-acre park is a tribute to the thousands of American and Marianas people who perished during the Marianas Campaign of World War II. Three distinct locations within the park pay tribute to the lives lost: The Memorial Court of Honor and Flag …

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Welcome to US Coin News

Lincoln Cent Reverse

Hello and welcome to US Coin News. It is great having you here and I appreciate you stopping by to check things out. US Coin News is a site dedicated to the casual coin collector, specifically coinage of the United States. You won’t find many posts here about ultra exotic and rare coins. Instead, our focus is to help the “normal” collector with news, information, tips and deals on coins and coin collecting supplies. You …

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