Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson signed a new law, creating an exemption from the sales and use tax for coins, currency, and bullion. Dealers and collectors have fought for this over years. Arkansas now joins the 38 other states with its legal situation.
Jewish-American Hall of Fame medals have found homes in collections and museums around the world. Now, for the first time, a book by Mel Wacks publishes the biographies of more than 50 inductees along with their portrait medals.
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation has certified one of the first 10 Morgan Dollars struck by the San Francisco Mint. Hundreds of millions of Morgan Dollars were struck from 1878 to 1921. The 1878-S Morgan Dollar certified by NGC ranks as one of the most important.
In 1792, US Congress decided to establish a national mint in the then capital Philadelphia. Over the centuries buildings have changed, and the fourth Philadelphia facility was built exactly 50 years ago. It has become the world’s largest mint in both size and production.
Kansas has joined 38 other U.S. states with a sales-tax exemption on sales of gold and silver coins as well as all gold, silver, platinum and palladium bullion. Both dealers and collectors had previous championed the cause for many years.
The taxation of precious metal coins and bullions in the U.S. is a source of annoyance for collectors and dealers alike. Now, a bill to end federal income taxation of precious metal coins and bullions has been introduced in the U.S. Congress.
28.2.2019- Joel R. Anderson Collection of US Paper Money Part IV - Stack’s Bowers Galleries offered Part IV of the Joel R. Anderson Collection of US Paper Money and achieved nearly $8 million. Thus the total prices realized for the collection raised to $34,126,980 making it the most valuable US paper money cabinet ever sold at auction.
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