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“My Favorite” Series, Ep. 03

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America the Beautiful Quarters 2015 Silver Proof Set

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Struck in 90% silver, the new 2015 America The Beautiful Quarters® Silver Proof Set is a beautiful addition to any collection. This proof set of all five 2015 America the Beautiful Quarters is a must-have in any coin collection. The proof coin set comes in special packaging with quarters encased in a protective lens you’ll be proud to display.  Buy It Now

Image/Copy:  U.S. Mint

Written by Robert L. Wilson

March 20, 2015 at 1:48 pm

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Men Panning Gold

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  • Title: Men panning gold
  • Other Title: Panning
  • Creator(s): Lomen Bros., photographer
  • Date Created/Published: [between ca. 1900 and 1927]

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Written by Robert L. Wilson

October 1, 2012 at 8:01 am

Senator Edward William Brooke III Bronze Medal

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Bronze duplicate of Congressional Gold Medal

Public Law:  110-260

Obverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Description:  The obverse features an image of Senator Brooke with the inscription EDWARD WILLIAM BROOKE on the right side.

Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  The reverse depicts the United Sates Capitol Building at the top of the medal and the Massachusetts State House at the bottom between two olive branches.  The middle of the design showcases the inscription AMERICA’S GREATNESS LIES IN ITS WONDROUS DIVERSITYOUR MAGNIFICENT PLURALISM HAS MADE THIS COUNTRY GREATOUR EVER-WIDENING DIVERSITY WILL KEEP US GREAT.  Additional inscriptions are ACT OF CONGRESS 2008, and MASSACHUSETTS STATE HOUSE.

Image/Text:  U.S.Mint

Written by Robert L. Wilson

September 27, 2012 at 8:27 am

America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Set | Acadia National Park

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THE SPLENDOR OF ACADIA NATIONAL PARK

Celebrate the beauty of one of our Nation’s most picturesque national sites with the 2012 America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Set — Acadia National Park. The majestic Maine coastline and the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse are depicted on the tails side of these stunning proof and uncirculated quality coins. Get yours today!

Image/Copy: U.S. Mint

Written by Robert L. Wilson

June 18, 2012 at 6:18 am

2012 Roosevelt Dime | Proof

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Here we have the proof 2012 Roosevelt Dime minted at the San Francisco Mint.  To learn more about proof coins click here.

Obverse:  depicts a portrait of Roosevelt
Reverse:  a torch, an olive branch, and an oak branch.

Engraver:  John Sinnock

Image:  U.S.Mint

2012 Roosevelt Dime | Uncirculated

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Here we have the uncirculated 2012 Roosevelt Dime.  To learn more about uncirculated coins click here.

Obverse:  depicts a portrait of Roosevelt
Reverse:  a torch, an olive branch, and an oak branch.

Engraver:  John Sinnock

Image/Text:  U.S.Mint

Written by Robert L. Wilson

April 12, 2012 at 8:12 am

2012 “Return to Monticello” Nickel | Proof

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Here we have the proof 2012 “Return to Monticello” Nickel.  To learn more about proof coins click here.

Obverse
Designer:  Jamie Franki
Engraver:  Donna Weaver
Description:  bears a new image of President Thomas Jefferson based on the Rembrandt Peale painting of 1800

Reverse
Designer:  Felix Schlag
Engraver:  Felix Schlag
Description:  restored 1938 design of President Jefferson’s Virginia home of Monticello.

Image: U.S.Mint

2012 “Return to Monticello” Nickel | Uncirculated

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Here we have the uncirculated 2012 “Return to Monticello” Nickel.  To learn more about uncirculated coins click here.

Obverse
Designer:  Jamie Franki
Engraver:  Donna Weaver
Description:  bears a new image of President Thomas Jefferson based on the Rembrandt Peale painting of 1800

Reverse
Designer:  Felix Schlag
Engraver:  Felix Schlag
Description:  restored 1938 design of President Jefferson’s Virginia home of Monticello.

Image: U.S.Mint

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