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Coins & Paper Money

Coins and April Fool’s Day have a few things in common!

April Fool’s Day brings to mind pranks and tricks. And coins are among the most used items for tricks by amateur and professional magicians alike. So they have a lot in common! Coins you

Privy Marks are Popping up on US Coins
What are they, and why are they important?

We all know about mint marks. On a US coin, it’s the tiny letter that indicates the minting facility (except for “no mint mark” coins from Philadelphia). But a privy mark is different. This

Look Who Littleton Coin is Celebrating During Women’s History Month!

Women’s profiles on paper currency and coins have come a long way since 1891, when Martha Washington was featured on a $1 silver certificate. In fact, in this new century, there are more choices

Truth and Tubman Walk Into a Convention…

…well, actually, Sojourner Truth and Harriet Tubman “walk” into Littleton Coin’s Prominent Women in U.S. History series. Their fascinating coins and story cards are hugely popular with our collectors. While a deep dive into