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Scottsdale Mint issues 1-ounce silver bullion coin...
by Jeff Starck The Scottsdale Mint offers a new silver bullion coin minted in the name of Barbados, following issues for Cayman Islands, the Republic of Chad and others. The 1-ounce .999 fine silver dollar of Barbados depicts the national symbol, a trident head (as it appears on the Barbados national flag), on the reverse, along with the face value.
Original 1861 Confederate half dollar off market...
by Paul Gilkes An 1861 Confederate half dollar believed to have been at one time the property of Confederate States of America Treasury Secretary Christopher Memminger, and off the numismatic market for nearly eight decades, will be auctioned by Heritage Auctions in their Nov. 1 and 3 sale in Dallas of Part IX of the Eric P. Newman Collection.
CCAC member thinks of meaning of ‘memorial’ during...
by Dennis Tucker We continue a new series of personal articles written by Dennis Tucker, a member of the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee, providing insight on the CCAC’s deliberations. We consider here the committee's review preceding its recommendation for the American Memorial Park quarter dollar.
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Authorized purchasers buy 15,000 American Eagle...
by Paul Gilkes Authorized purchasers placed orders Sept. 25 with the U.S. Mint for for 15,000 1-ounce 2017 palladium American Eagle $25 bullion coins, the nation’s first coin struck in the precious metal. U.S. Mint officials declined to disclose how many of the palladium American Eagles will be struck.