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the collection and study of money (and coins in particular)

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But coin collectors can breathe a sigh of relief: The presidential dollars will continue to be minted until 2016, just in smaller quantities.
We're continually surprised by surprises," he said, adding there are several million coin collectors around the globe.
The coin collectors also believe that as a result of the inflation there would be a time when none of the coins would be in use.
The Chinese central bank said that it would increase the issuance of Gold Panda coins for the benefit of coin collectors.
2011 is a year of several unique and memorable anniversaries and promises to be an exciting one for coin collectors.
Jamshedpur Coin Collectors Museum was opened with the donations from 135 numismatists this year.
But coin collectors and Burns fans can now buy limited edition gold, silver and base metal versions of the coin from the Royal Mint.
Walking Liberty Half Dollars" is a complete and comprehensive guide for coin collectors looking to focus their collection around this charming piece.
The American Numismatic Society was founded in 1858 by a group of avid coin collectors in New York City.
PRESERVATION, RARITY, AND DEMAND COMPRISE the elusive criteria of coin collectors and dealers.
Amid the confusion, the Royal Mint failed to recall all its moulds from Birmingham, allowing some legitimate coin collectors and dealers to buy them, while other moulds just mysteriously vanished.
The two bronze coins from the 25th De Beers combative collection and the United States Bi-Centennial coin, along with the Winnie the Pooh would have less apeal for coin collectors.
Tyneside Numismatic Society for coin collectors meets on July 13 at 7.
The familiar Latin expression, "E Pluribus Unum" combined with Southern slang was designed to broaden the event's appeal beyond the expected attendance of coin collectors and public officials.
The previous two ACCG Benefits Auctions have raised more than $80,000 to support the continuing rights of ancient coin collectors and businesses, everywhere, to pursue their interests.