The edge inscription on the Proof 2016-W American Eagle silver dollar denoting the 30th anniversary of the bullion coin is getting mixed reviews. Some collectors took to the Collectors Universe and Numismatic Guaranty Corp. online message boards to express their dissatisfaction with the appearance of the edge inscription
Coins, paper money and medals that have flown aboard American spacecraft are among the lots to be offered Oct. 13 to 20 by RR Auction. Of the lots offered, 517 are dedicated to space collectibles. Among the lots to be offered are a 1944 Winged Liberty Head dime salvaged in 1999 from Astronaut Gus Grissom's 1961 Liberty Bell 7 spacecraft; a Series 1953-B $2 note...
Investment demand during 2016 is expected to expand by 45,000 ounces, to 350,000 ounces in 2016, while specific bar and coin demand is anticipated to dip from 2015 levels, according to the World Platinum Investment Council’s latest quarter report.
Lifting the ordering restrictions for the 2016-W Standing Liberty gold quarter dollar has significantly boosted the U.S. Mint’s sales of the coin. Through 11:30 a.m. ET Sept. 26, the Mint recorded sales of 75,338 total out of the product limit of 100,000 coins.
Start checking those 2014 American Eagle 1-ounce gold bullion coins. You might be lucky enough to come across an example that was struck on an American Buffalo .9999 fine gold $50 planchet instead of the intended American Eagle .9167 fine gold $50 planchet.
Collectors are able to order as many 2016-W Standing Liberty Centennial gold quarter dollars as they want, since noon ET Sept. 21. The U.S. Mint lifted the household ordering restriction imposed Sept. 8 that limited buyers to ordering just one coin.
The 2016 Ronald Reagan Coin and Chronicles set will be offered by the U.S. Mint beginning at noon Eastern Time Oct. 11 for $68.95. The product limit is 150,000 sets with a household ordering limit of one set.
Don't have the time or patience to prospect for gold on your own but still want the thrill of owning the hoped for result? Holabird Western Americana is offering multiple lots of gold nuggets, found in locations around the United States, during the Oct. 1 session of its three-day sale Sept. 30 to Oct. 2
The United States Mint reported first-day sales Sept. 16 for the Proof 2016-W American Eagle 30th Anniversary silver dollar totaled 262,816 coins. The total, at $53.95 per coin, combines orders placed beginning at noon Eastern Time and orders placed through the Mint's Enrollment or subscription program.
During the closed administration portion of the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee Sept. 16 meeting, members were provided information on the 225th anniversary coin currently being developed by the Mint and were also shown a test strike of the coin. Coin World shares images from a promotional flyer distributed at the meeting.