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List Your Show in the 2022 Show & Auction Guide
World Coin News staff is busy readying the 2022 Summer Show & Auction Guide, and we want your show included – for free! The Show & Auction Guide is a semi-annual supplement to Nu ...
AROUND THE WORLD
All of Eastern Europe watches the developments with a wary eye as war rages in neighboring Ukraine. Despite the uncertainties regarding Russian aggression against Ukraine the Organ ...
JAMAICANS DEBATE CURRENCY CHANGES
Could reggae musician Bob Marley appear on a Jamaican coin or bank note? While according to the Bank of Jamaica it isn’t possible Jamaicans on social media don’t agree. Jamaica ...
COIN HOARDING MAY BE ILLEGAL
Coin hoarding might be illegal? Where would you draw the legal line between hoarding and having a large coin collection? These are on the table as the Philippines considers legisla ...
CHINA TO RETAIN PHYSICAL CASH
The Jan. 12 Forbes magazine headline “Crypto vs. China’s Digital Currency: Never The Twain Shall Meet” appears to say it all regarding China’s attitude towards a currency s ...
ROMAN COIN WAS “NOT SMALL CHANGE”
It’s always exciting when a hoard of coins is found, but it is even more exciting when a coin is discovered, even if it may be a single coin find, that is truly rare. That’s wh ...
STAYING ONE STEP AHEAD OF THE COUNTERFEITERS
A World Coin News reader recently reacted to the European Union’s announcement the EU will redesign its bank notes by saying, “I think the less changes to notes and coins, the ...
SMUGGLING COINS A WAR CRIME?
Is the theft of cultural property a serious problem within the European Union? France says it is and is asking all European Union countries to help root out the problem. France cur ...
Spanish Silver in the U.S.
Who invented the first bank note counting machine? The Federal Bill Counter Company of Washington D.C. was likely the first automatic bill counting machine during the 1920s. The ma ...
Modern Coinage of Togo
THIS IS AN alphabetically arranged survey of coins by country. We’re in the middle of letter T. Where we were last time, Timor, is about 8,500 miles east of the country that is t ...
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