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August 09, 2011

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Ed Smith

Rare U.S. coins are a part of our history--direct links to America's rich heritage--as timeless and valuable as history itself. For two centuries, U.S. coins have been symbols of American stability, as well as reflections of national pride. Throughout our nation's history, coins have spotlighted our national heroes, paid tribute to our great achievements and commemorated significant events. These truly historic works of art commemorate past sacrifices made in the name of freedom.

James

Thanks you for the great post!! Not many people can make things as clear as you just have!

Wayne G. Sayles

Very accurate coverage of a complex litigation. The issue is of course much larger than coins, it is about the rights of private individuals to own objects that may relate to their own heritage as opposed to the rights of a state to own the heritage of all of its citizens.

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