Jul 31, 2015
Electronic pinpointers can help you find your targets a lot
faster, some say.
But others say they they don't save you time, they cost you time - that if you're sharp, all you need is your metal detector to pinpoint your coins.
This show looks at the granddaddy of pinpointers, Fred Wagner's Tinytec (pictured here),...
Jul 17, 2015
There's a new coin book in town, and it dwarfs anything else
you've ever seen.
It has over 1,500 pages and nearly 6,000 illustrations. And it weighs in at almost 6 1/2 pounds.
It's called The Official Red Book - Deluxe Edition.
This week's show tells you all about it.
And to read about MY book, visit
Jul 3, 2015
In 1941, the United States went to war. And from late 1942
through 1945, our nickels were zero percent nickel, but 35 percent
silver. These silver nickels are known as War Nickels.
Why the change in composition? And why was a less-expensive metal replaced by a more-expensive metal?
Why were those huge mint marks...