In the third episode of Cool Coins! for 2016, CoinWeek walks the bourse at the American Numismatic Association’s (ANA) National Money Show in Dallas Texas, where we get a look at an unbelievable Lincoln cent die cap error, a cache of 19th century Japanese gold Ichibu coins, an 1857 Flying Eagle cent that shows a multi-denominational die clash, and an elegant medal struck to commemorate the 100th Year of Mexican Independence in 1910.

Dealers featured in this segment:

  • Charmy Harker – “The Penny Lady” – 1999 Lincoln 1c 9 die cap error
  • Glenn Schinke – Glenn Schinke – 19th century Japanese Ichibu gold/silver alloy coins
  • Rick Snow – Eagle Eye Rare Coins – 1857 Flying Eagle cent with half dollar die clash
  • Patrick O’Connor – Aurora Rarities – 1910 Mexican Independence Centennial medal in bronze

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