Tag: Coins and the law

Heritage Auctions Joins Petition vs. ‘Onerous’ Proposed German Law

Heritage Auctions Joins Petition vs. ‘Onerous’ Proposed German Law

Legislation seen as negatively impacting German coins and collectibles business by requiring undue burden of provenance on dealers Heritage Auctions has announced its support for an online petition aimed at stopping a controversial new German law instituting an export license on German cultural objects – which could include coins, art and a variety of other […]

National Money Show Host Cities, More Discussed at ANA Board Meeting

National Money Show Host Cities, More Discussed at ANA Board Meeting

Site selection for the 2018 and 2019 National Money Shows was the major topic of discussion by the American Numismatic Association’s (ANA) newly inducted Board of Governors at its regular meeting on Saturday, August 15, at the Chicago World’s Fair of Money held at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. Potential host cities for the […]

Eight Years After Seizure, Feds to Return Liberty Dollars to Owners

Eight Years After Seizure, Feds to Return Liberty Dollars to Owners

CoinWeek Staff Reports….   Millions of dollars worth of property seized in 2007 to be returned at some point in the near future… On August 14, 2015, Acting United States Attorney Jill Westmoreland Rose filed a document with the United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina, Statesville Division, calling for the […]

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Third Circuit Asked to Rehear Case Involving Langbord 1933 Double Eagles

Third Circuit Asked to Rehear Case Involving Langbord 1933 Double Eagles

By CoinWeek News Staff….   On Wednesday, July 1, the United States Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia filed a petition with the Third Circuit Court of Appeals on behalf of the U.S. Federal Government, seeking a rehearing in the case of Langbord et al v. U.S. Department of Treasury et al (Case No. 12-4574). A three-judge […]

Ohio House of Representatives Passes Coin Sales Tax Exemption (UPDATE July 6, 2015)

Ohio House of Representatives Passes Coin Sales Tax Exemption (UPDATE July 6, 2015)

By CoinWeek News Staff….   UPDATE, 7-6-2015: House Bill 26 was considered by the Ohio State Senate for the first time on June 18, and was referred to the Senate Ways and Means Committee on June 24. On Wednesday, June 17, the Columbus Dispatch in Columbus, Ohio reported that the Ohio House of Representatives had […]

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The Coin Analyst: Federal Judge Rules Against Government in 1974-D Aluminum Cent Case

The Coin Analyst: Federal Judge Rules Against Government in 1974-D Aluminum Cent Case

The Coin Analyst by CoinWeek… It looks like Heritage might get to auction that unique 1974-D aluminum cent after all… Intended to be one of the highlights of Heritage Auctions’ 2014 Central States Numismatic Society Convention Sale, a 1974-D aluminum cent pattern once belonging to an assistant superintendent at the Denver Mint, has been tied […]

German Supreme Court ruling favorable to Ancient Coin Collectors

German Supreme Court ruling favorable to Ancient Coin Collectors

By Wayne G. Sayles – Ancient Coin Collectors Guild …….. While U.S. Courts have consistently avoided hearing arguments about the validity of imposing trade restrictions on ancient coins, a German High Court has faced the issue head on and ruled definitively in a case involving coins.  For a certified translation click HERE. On October 31, […]

The World’s Largest Collection of Export Permits?

The World’s Largest Collection of Export Permits?

By Wayne Sayles – Ancient Coin Collecting A January 18th special report on CNN prompts one to wonder, where in the world would the largest collection of export permits exist?  The report itself is not of course about export permits—that would hardly attract the producers of a major news medium.  It is a report about […]

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US Attorney Says Attempts To Use “Liberty Dollar” As Money Is Domestic Terrorism – Von Nothaus Found Guilty

US Attorney Says Attempts To Use “Liberty Dollar” As Money Is Domestic Terrorism – Von Nothaus Found Guilty

Liberty Dollar creator and self proclaimed “monetary architect” Bernard Von NotHaus was found guilty in US federal court in North Carolina on Friday of Counterfeiting and Fraud. The Justice Department asserted that Von NotHaus was placing gold, and silver coins, along with precious metals currency  into circulation with the purpose of mixing them “into the […]

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Observations: The Government Reporting Rules and Said Fiasco

Observations: The Government Reporting Rules and Said Fiasco

Richard Schwary – California Numismatic Investments When I was in high school the required book for those who cared about reading was 1984 by George Orwell. In the 1960’s the Cold War posed the real threat of nuclear holocaust and such books were as close as you could get to underground reality in my blue […]

 
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