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The 1831 Half Dime has a hefty mintage of over 1.2 million pieces, and, like most dates of this type, it is easy to locate in just about any condition, including Mint State.
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Some of the First Coins Struck in American Soil
By Jaime Hernandez
In the early 1600’s most of the American colonies were ruled by England. This included Massachusetts Bay, a colony established in 1628 encompassing a large area of modern-day Boston and extending all the way to Salem, Massachusetts. At the time of origin, this new region was largely influenced by Puritan religious leaders.
Modern Commemoratives Won’t Always Be Vanilla
By Charles Morgan
Maybe we all have it wrong. We so take for granted the level of craftsmanship and quality that is possible with the production of modern commemorative and bullion coins that we start to believe that if you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all.
Tips on Using PCGS CoinFacts
By Ron Guth
Each page of PCGS Coinfacts was designed to show the best condition examples of a particular coin in descending grade order. Because there are only three spots on each page, lots of images are hidden in the background. But, that doesn’t mean they can’t be seen. There’s a nifty link on each page on the left side, just above the primary image, titled “View All Coin Images”.