Following his deed betraying Jesus, disciple Judas Iscariot attempted to return the 30 pieces of silver he was paid by the high priests. When refused, he threw the pouch of coins into the temple, with the priest and scribes reluctant to return the funds to the temple treasury, labeling it "b…
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Andy Mirski, left, looks at a couple of pennies while show chairman Dale Thompson, right, watches Sunday during the 50th annual Tri-Cities Coin Show at the St. Elijah Serbian-American Hall in Crown Point. The even is sponsored by the Goodfellow Coin Club of Northwest Indiana.
Al Kielpikowski, of Valparaiso, looks through books of dimes Sunday during the 50th annual Tri-Cities Coin Show at St. Elijah Serbian-American Hall in Crown Point. The Goodfellow Coin Club of Northwest Indiana sponsors the event.
CHICAGO | Customs officials recently seized a shipment of what appeared to be rare and expensive U.S. silver coins that turned out to be fakes.
If you have a few old coins or antiques collecting dust in the attic, the Hilton Garden Inn in Merrillville may be the place to go this week.
Mildred Alcorn, of Gary, picks up her coins Tuesday after deciding to not sell them at the International Coin Collectors Association show at the Hilton Garden Inn in Merrillville. The show will run through Saturday.
Items sit on display Tuesday at the International Coin Collectors Association show at the Hilton Garden Inn in Merrillville.
Rich Egizii inspects a coin Tuesday brought in by Mildred Alcorn, of Gary. Egizii was buying for Treasure Hunters Roadshow at the International Coin Collectors Association event at the Hilton Garden Inn in Merrillville.
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