Melbourne Mint is launching a Proof Tyrannosaurus Rex 5-ounce .9999 fine silver $5 coin in the name of Tuvalu on May 2. The coin was struck by the Perth Mint.
Saudi Arabia has launched a new series of seven circulating coins, including a new 2-riyal denomination.
A Series 1977A $1 Federal Reserve note from the Richmond bank printed on test paper from Natick Labs is also an error note, with the serial numbers and seals overprinted on the back rather than the face.
The presence of an astounding 30 California national gold bank notes is the largest offering of such notes in over 70 years.
The fourth commemorative bank note in Canada’s history, a polymer $10 note celebrating the 150th anniversary of Confederation, was revealed in a ceremony at the Bank of Canada in Ottawa on April 7.
The U.S. Mint on May 1 opens the design competition for the four 2019 coins commemorating the 50th anniversary of the flight of Apollo 11, the first manned lunar landing mission. Under the authorizing act, the Mint seeks a single design to be used for the concave obverse of all four noncirculating commemorative coins
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A trove of classic British gold coins hidden for decades will soon have a new home. The 913 coins, however, will not be returned to the family that most recently owned the piano in which the hoard was discovered, because the hoard was hidden decades before they bought the musical instrument.
If the United States Mint were to decide to offer unsold 2017 Congratulations sets in a second round of sales, only a small number would be available.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the case involving ownership of 10 1933 Saint-Gaudens gold double eagles, thus apparently bringing to an end a decade-long legal battle over who gets to keep the coins.
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The United States Mint will open sales for the 2017 America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin set for the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site coin on April 24 at noon Eastern Time. The coin honors one of the most influential Americans of the 19th century.
A new book by an acclaimed author explores the first seven years of modern Proof coinage. “United States Proof Coins 1936–1942” by Roger W. Burdette is the most comprehensive work on the subject in decades and covers new ground not previously published.