Episode: CoinWeek Podcast #117: Treasury Reverses Course on Tubman $20


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CoinWeek Podcast #117: Treasury Reverses Course on Tubman $20
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The CoinWeek Podcast is brought to you by PCGS, the standard in the rare coin grading industry. Get facts about coins, population data, and view the web’s largest library of high-resolution coin photos and more by going to their website www.pcgs.com. This week on the CoinWeek Podcast, Barbara Howard from Women on 20s joins us to talk about Andrew Jackson, Harriet Tubman, and the Treasury Department’s 180-degree turn on changing the design of the $20 Federal Reserve Note, and why it has taken so long for Secretary Mnuchin to state for the record what he’s likely known all along - that President Andrew Jackson is staying on the $20 bill. Contemporary coverage of Numismatics is often steeped in political controversy and this issue is different. Buckle up, as we dig right into this topic next... on the CoinWeek Podcast.

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