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NorthWest Detroit Coin Club

Coin Show

March 5th 2017

Open to the Public

Free Admission

9:30am to 3:30pm

U.S. and Foreign Coins

Location

Livonia Senior Center 

5 mi & Farmington rd.

Refreshments Will be Available

 

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For any information on future 

Coin shows 

Please contact

  Mark

512-522-3743

nwdccboursechairperson@gmail.com  

 

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Link to NWDCC page on

Facebook

Courtesy of  

   David L. Malhalab  MNS Photo / M News Service 

North West Detroit Coin Club - Michigan

 

Click here: MNS Photo / M News Service

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U. S. Mint Coin Production 1999-1014

2014 Circulating Coin Production (in millions)

  1   5   10   25   50   N.A. $1 Pres $1 Total: 
 Denver   4155.60 M   570.72 M   1177.00 M   862.80 M    2.10 M    2.80 M   15.26 M   6786.28 M 
 Philadelphia   3990.80 M   635.52 M   1125.50 M   717.40 M    2.50 M    3.08 M   19.88 M   6494.68 M 
 Total:   8146.40 M   1206.24 M   2302.50 M   1580.20 M    4.60 M    5.88 M   35.14 M   13280.96 M 
 Pres. $1 - Presidential $1 Coin
 N.A. $1 - Native American $1 Coin
 


2013 Circulating Coin Production (in millions)

  1   5   10   25   50   N.A. $1 Pres $1 Total: 
 Denver   3319.60 M   615.60 M   1025.50 M   804.40 M    4.60 M    1.82 M   14.01 M   5785.53 M 
 Philadelphia   3750.40 M   607.44 M   1086.50 M   650.80 M    5.00 M    1.82 M   19.45 M   6121.41 M 
 Total:   7070.00 M   1223.04 M   2112.00 M   1455.20 M    9.60 M    3.64 M   33.46 M   11906.94 M 
 Pres. $1 - Presidential $1 Coin
 N.A. $1 - Native American $1 Coin

 

These numbers are from the US Mint website.

Latest  numbers available 10-14-2014

Circulating Coin Production Annual Totals

(Figures in millions)

  2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006
Total  9,336.23 8,200.35 6,373.11 3,548.00 10,141.58 14,440.65 15,517.50

 

  2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999
Total  15,302.69 13,81.26 12,036.44 14,413.24 19,401.46 28,093.43 21,930.03

1999-2012 Denver Mint Circulating Coin Production

(Figures in millions)

  1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
1   6,360.07 8,774.22 5,374.99 4,028.06 3,548.00 3,456.40 3,764.45 3,944.00 3,638.80 2,849.6 1,248.00 2,047.20 2,536.14 2,883.20
5   1,066.72 1,509.52 627.68 691.20 383.04 716.88 898.80 809.28 626.16 352.8 46.80 229.92 540.24 558.96
10   1,397.75 1,818.70 1,412.80 1,379.50 986.50 1,159.50 1,423.50 1,447.00 1,042.00 637.5 49.50 562.00 754.00 868.00
25   2,205.41 2,805.52 2,324.58 1,720.30 1,159.20 1,208.60 1,571.80 1,520.40 1,456.24 1,287.6 269.60 173.40 195.00 313.81
50   10.68 19.47 19.50 2.50 2.50 2.90 3.50 2.00 4.10 1.70 1.90 1.70 1.70 1.70
1 $ GD  11.78 518.92 70.94 3.73 3.08 2.66 2.52 2.80 3.92 14.84 33.88 48.72 48.16 3.08
$1 Coin 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 468.23 229.98 177.10 159.88 148.96 16.24
Total 11,052.41 15,446.35 9,830.49 7,825.29 6,082.32 6,546.94 7,664.57 7,725.48 7,237.75 5,374.02 1,826.78 3,222.82 4,224.20 4,644.99

1999-2011 Philadelphia Mint Circulating Coin Production

(Figures in millions)

  1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
1   5,237.60 5,503.20 4,959.60 3,260.80 3,300.00 3,379.60 3,935.60 4,290.00 3,762.40 2,569.60 1,106.00 1,963.63 2,402.40 3,132.00
5   1,212.00 846.24 675.70 539.28 441.84 728.16 842.40 693.12 571.68 287.8 39.84 260.64 450.00 464.64
10   2,164.00 1,842.50 1,369.59 1,187.50 1,085.50 1,328.00 1,412.00 1,381.00 1,047.50 413.0 96.50 557.00 748.00 808.00
25   2,225.53 3,665.42 2,482.40 1,593.40 1,121.20 1,193.00 1,441.80 1,420.60 1,340.40 1,251.2 264.32 173.60 196.20 254.20
50   8.90 22.60 21.20 3.10 2.50 2.90 3.80 2.40 2.40 1.70 1.90 1.80 1.75 1.80
1 $ GD  29.59 767.14 62.47 3.87 3.08 2.66 2.52 4.90 3.64 9.80 37.38 32.06 29.40 2.80
$1 Coin 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 474.88 234.5 175.28 161.56 148.40 27.80
Total 10,877.62 12,647.10 9,570.96 6,587.95 5,954.12 6,634.32 7,638.12 7,792.02 7,204.60 4,767.56 1,721.22 3,150.29 3,976.15 4,691.24

 

 

 

 

 

Chicago Coin Show August 8th

click here for a link to the pictures

 

Get on the bus...all coin collectors. The Northwest Detroit Coin Club / Lansing Coin Club are sponsoring a trip to the 2014 American Numismatic Association Convention - World's Fair of Money, in Chicago, August 8th. The Convention will feature over 550 coin dealers, a collectible - World Mint Passport (you can get a free coin from over 20 foreign mints), drawings to win a limited edition - Bureau of Engraving - Souvenir Card, seminars, auctions, education exhibits and more, for an exciting day trip. An Indian Trails - 56 seat coach with WiFi, restroom and snacks, will leave from the Livonia Senior Center, at 5:30 am. There is limited seating, cost is $60. per person, and is a real bargain and everyone is invited to - get on board. Contact Tom: tekluzinger@yahoo.com  - (517 349 0799), reservations must be made before - July 1, 2014.
photo credit: David L. Malhalab  MNS Photo / M News Service 

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Spring Coin Show 2014

Pictures

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FALL COIN SHOW 2013

Pictures

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NorthWest Detroit Coin Club

Pictures

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Hobo Nickel Seminar

attended by Dave M

click here

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photo credit: David L. Malhalab  MNS Photo / M News Service  (31 3580 2393)

 

 

 

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Have you ever wondered what your old broken jewelry 

is worth?  Here is a great web site that calculates the

value by Karat and Gram.

Click on this link

 

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Link to Mark Johnson Presentations

to NWDCC meeting March 12, 2013

Click Here

 

 

 

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NWDCC VISIT 

TO  FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CHICAGO,

IN DETROIT

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago - in Detroit...members of the North West Detroit Coin
Club (Livonia) were given a guided tour of the facility, by Katherine Nelson, (L) Senior Administrator - Economic Research Department. The tour was arraigned by Doug M , (C - bottom row) holding $364.00 (@34 bills), in shredded US Currency. The tour included a video about the Federal Reserve System and its history and a viewing of millions and millions of dollars being processed and counted, along with a view of the massive vaults, holding billions of dollars. Billions with a 'B'...The FRB-C is near Detroit's Eastern Market area. 

photo credit: David L. Malhalab  M News Service / MNS Photo (313 580 2393)

 

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See What Your Melt Coins Are Worth.

click on this link

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Check out the presentation by W.A. Anderson

"My Two cents Worth"

Mr. Anderson gave a presentation to the

Membership of NWDCC.org

Click here for information

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   ANA  FOCUS  ON  EDUCATION

COUNTERFEIT   DETECTION 

CONSUMER AWARENESS RESOURCES

Counterfeit Detection Articles

New counterfeit operations have sprung up across the world, particularly in China, where relaxed laws protect these operations from liability. The counterfeiters use clever production methods and cutting-edge die-making technology, creating forgeries that are difficult for most collectors to detect. A wide variety of counterfeit objects are being produced, including U.S. and world coins, paper money, errors, and even slabs. With the assistance of unprincipled dealers and investors, this new material is flooding the market at an astonishing rate, compromising the investments of collectors and the integrity of honest dealers.

Below are some links that look at counterfeiting in greater detail, including an eye-opening article in Coin World exploring how new counterfeit material is produced and finds its way into the United States market. In addition, the ANA will be developing a comprehensive online resource guide, a counterfeit detection course held at Summer Seminar and conventions, and an exhibit exploring modern counterfeiting.

An educated numismatic community is the best defense against this widespread problem; we encourage everyone who loves the hobby to take the time to increase their awareness.

CLICK ON THIS LINK

*THIS ARTICLE FROM THE AMERICAN NUMISMATIC ASSOCIATION WEB SITE WWW.MONEY.ORG

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Coin Error Website Added to the Links Page

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Interesting fact of coin production

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Click on link to see the value of currency and coins in circulation 

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Approximate Current Cost of Minting Various U.S. Coins  as of 2008
Penny - 1.26 cents
Nickel - 7.7 cents
Dime - 4 cents
Quarter - 10 cents
Dollar (Coins) - 16 cents

 

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Don C. Shows His Wooden Money

At  NorthWest Detroit Coin

 Click above to see story

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Article written by John Dembinski on Barber Coins

John is a member of NWDCC

Click above to see story

 

 

 

Gary Kelly Featured in Numismatic News 

Error Coins

Gary Kelly's coins in Canadian Coin News April 19 

     Click above to see story    

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NorthWest Detroit Coin Club

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For Story on New Bison Nickel Click on Nickel 

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For story on  New Michigan State Quarter Click on Quarter

 The Michigan Quarter

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For story on 2004 Nickel Click on Nickel

Nickel Obverse

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