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Summer FUN in Orlando: 50+ Carson City Mint...
by Steve Roach The finest among the six 1874-CC double eagles are two that are each graded About Uncirculated 58 by Professional Coin Grading Service and bear a green Certified Acceptance Corp. sticker indicating quality within the grade.
Bicentennial error: 1976 quarter dollar struck on...
by William T. Gibbs The killer combination of a wrong planchet and a one-year design type make an error coin offered in Heritage’s auction at the Florida United Numismatists’ summer convention a visually striking piece: a Bicentennial quarter dollar struck on a cent planchet.
Great Panther Silver Ltd. extending precious...
by Paul Gilkes Great Panther Silver Ltd. is focusing its attention on surface drilling at its Guanajuato mine complex in its quest “to become a leading primary silver producer by acquiring, developing and profitably mining precious metals in Latin America.”
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Nova Scotia mining region planning for significant...
by Paul Gilkes The Moose River gold mining region of Nova Scotia in Canada is experiencing a modern gold rush, with pockets of gold harvested from surface mining where deep-mine production once reigned. Atlantic Gold Corp. is confident the company's Moose River Consolidated Project will be able to extract 87,000 ounces of gold from its Touquoy mine when operations are running full...
1984 Olympic gold $10 commemoratives generate...
by Paul Gilkes PCGS Proof 70 Deep Cameo examples of the 1984-P and 1984-D Olympic $10 gold commemorative coins realized record prices in a GreatCollections auction that closed June 18. The coins realized $3,080 and $2,255, respectively.