Episode: CoinWeek Podcast: Episode 112: The Great American Coin Hunt

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CoinWeek Podcast: Episode 112: The Great American Coin Hunt
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CoinWeek editor Charles Morgan sits down with Great American Coin Hunt organizer Rob Oberth to discuss the success of the Great American Coin Hunt and its implications for the hobby in this episode of the NLG Award-winning CoinWeek Podcast, brought to you by PCGS. Rob tells how the effort came together and how he as surprised as we are that this idea grew into a grassroots effort to promote the hobby of coin collecting as collectors and dealers pitched in to seed our circulating coins with collectible coins you don't often encounter in change anymore. The coup de gras, Rob says, was the U.S. Mint's announcement that it would participate by circulating millions of America the Beautiful quarter dollars struck at the West Point Mint. Learn more about the Great American Coin Hunt and find out whether Rob plans to bring it back in 2020. *** The CoinWeek Podcast is brought to you PCGS, the Professional Coin Grading Service, Win Money, and Numismatic Glory by being the first to submit W-Mint America the Beautiful Quarters. The hunt is on for three of this year’s issues. Visit PCGS.com to learn more. ©2019 Collecting Media, LLC.

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