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​This week, see if you can answer the following: who is this person and what role did she play in numismatics?

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​Last week we asked what coin was shown in the image. The coin shown was the 1794 Liberty Cap Half Cent, High Relief Head. This coin was in the June 2022 Showcase Auction as part of the Cardinal Collection Educational Foundation, found as Lot 1146.

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​See if you can answer this week's Test Your Knowledge: What U.S. Coin is shown here?

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​Last week we asked you what coin was not struck at the San Francisco Mint for more than 55 years after the Mint's opening. The correct answer is the 1912-S Liberty Head Nickel. Check back next week for the next question!

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This week's Test Your Knowledge will be difficult. See if you can answer the following: What denomination was not struck at the San Francisco Mint until more than 55 years after it opened in 1854?​

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Last week we asked what numismatic company was headquartered at the building shown in the image. The correct answer is the American Bank Note Company. Come back next week for a new trivia question!​

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​What Numismatic related business was headquartered in this building from 1867 to 1884? Check back next week for the correct answer!

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​Last week we asked, what world coin is shown here. The correct answer is a 1934 Szechuan-Shensi Soviet Dollar and it was lot 51238 in the May Hong Kong Auction.

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