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Theft From Tennessee Residence
Posted on Wednesday June 14, 2017
Detectives with the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office in Tennessee are investigating the theft of a large amount of silver and gold bullion coins.





300 one ounce Canadian Silver Maple Leafs

100 one ounce Silver ...

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2017 BRNA Young Numismatists Program
Posted on Sunday June 11, 2017
This year our YN Program will be hosting Randy'L Hedow Teton, the female model used to design the Sacagawea dollar which was struck from 2000-2008.


We encourage our young numismatists to plan to come to the show to meet Randy'L and to participate in our cultural outfit contest for those who like to be artistic and creative, our essay contest for those who like to ...

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The Governor of Arizona Doug Ducey has signed into law a bill which removes all state income tax on precious metals coins. The measure was passed in the Arizona Senate on May 10 by a margin of 16-13 according to


The passage of HB2014 will remove the amount of any net capital gain derived from the exchange of one kind of legal tender for another kind of legal tender or specie (gold ...

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Today, Tuesday May 23, 2017, the North Carolina House of Representatives unanimously passed House Bill 434. The legislation would exempt retail sales of investment coins, investment metal bullion, and non-coin currency from sales and use tax.

The bill’s sponsors, Representative Dana Bumgardner and Jeff Collins, believe that this exemption will help to bring more folks to North ...

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A Numismatic History of Congo/Zaïre: 1887-1997

Richard K. LeVan
with contributions 
Beverly B. LeVan and Leopold Verbist

Exploring 110 years of Circulation and Proof coinage,
24 chapters, 359 pages with illustrations

ISBN: 978-0-692-81068-2




This book, "A Numismatic History of ...

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Coin Shop Burglary Springfield, Mo
Posted on Tuesday May 16, 2017

Springfield, Mo police are investigating the early morning burglary of R&K Coins. Video shows a vehicle black or blue in color, similar to a Nissan Altima, plowing thru the front door of the shop. Two hooded suspects enter the store and remove thousands of dollars in coins and currency.

 A second vehicle was seen at the rear of the shop and described possibly as a white Ford ...

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House Bill 434: Coins/Currency/Bullion Sales Tax Exemption will be considered by the House Finance Committee on Tuesday, May 16. The meeting starts at 9:00 a.m. in the Legislative Office Building, Room 544.

Do you live in Raleigh or the surrounding area? Please attend the meeting to support the bill. Visitors would not be speaking, but can fill out cards showing they came to express ...

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Vehicle Burglary

 Detectives with the Whitfield County Sheriff's Office are investigating a vehicle burglary that occurred immediately after the GNA show. Two collectors who were attendees at the GNA show left and stopped at a restaurant where their vehicle was burglarized.

 Detectives believe the suspects, two black males, may have been in the ...

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Burglary of an Iowa Jewelry Store
Posted on Wednesday May 03, 2017

Investigators with the Des Moines, Iowa police department are investigating the burglary of a local jewelry store. Entry was made by going through the roof and once inside the safe was breeched. The loss included numerous 24K pieces of jewelry and a large amount of necklaces, chains and bracelets.

Coin shops may also be targeted.

Anyone with information contact:

Richard DeJoode
Senior ...

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Posted on Wednesday May 03, 2017

New book, released just last week at the Early American Coppers convention.

The original ABOUT CENTS was the first attempt of variety classification for any denomination in the United States. That article, authored by Augustine Shurtleff, first appeared on the front page of the Boston Evening Transcript on March 1, 1859 and was reprinted in the Historical Magazine later that year. ...

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Roy Langbord vs Department of the Treasury
Posted on Tuesday April 18, 2017

Apr 17 2017 Petition DENIED. Justice Gorsuch took no part in the consideration or decision of this ...

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U.S. Congressman Tim Murphy issued a pleasant and unexpected press release from his congressional office to recognize Tom’s reappointment. The congressman took a little bit of social media heat when it was posted from those that think the house members should devote all their time and effort to the top issues facing the country but we at PAN were delighted to see our association president get such a distinguished ...

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The John Burns Memorial Reference Library received another book donation from Whitman Publishing President Dennis Tucker. The library is set up at every PAN show. Dennis was glad to donate his latest book American Gold and Silver: U.S. Mint Collector and Investor Coins and Medals, Bicentennial to Date. Dennis was one of the great group of speakers that we had at our October convention. His topic was about his book and the ...

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A northwest Indiana church's hopes for a new building is still alive - all thanks to a generous donor and a very rare gold coin.

It started when Pastor Ben Lamb and his mobile GracePoint Church in Valparaiso needed a space.

"We have a big 53-foot semi truck and everything gets unloaded and set up every single week," Pastor Lamb said. "We've been ...

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2016 PAN Dealer of the Year Award
Posted on Saturday April 15, 2017

2016 PAN Dealer of the Year Award was presented to Alan Stullenbarger of at the annual PAN banquet at the LeMont restaurant last October. Alan has been a very active supporter of PAN. His company manages the PAN Auction with all the buyer's fee proceeds going to PAN. Alan is also one of the partners of the Battlefield Coin Shows that produce some great shows in Pennsylvania and Maryland. The September ...

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