United States coins had a strong showing at the World Money Fair, taking home a pair of Coin of the Year design awards.
An international coin program using deep relief turns to an American subject for a 2017 offering. MDM, a wholesaler and retailer based in Germany, used what it calls “four layer minting technology” to produce a $10 coin depicting the United States Capitol.
Boys Town is hosting a March 9 event at the the Liaison Capitol Hill hotel in Washington, D.C., to coincide with the U.S. Mint’s launch the same day of the 2017 Boys Town Centennial gold $5 half eagles, silver dollars and copper-nickel clad half dollars.
The Protestant Reformation 500 years ago has left a lasting impact on the world. Swissmint marks the anniversary of the Reformation with a 2017 noncirculating, legal tender .835 fine silver 20-franc coin.
Long-time numismatist and author Donald H. Kagin announced that he will seek the office of vice president for the American Numismatic Association after completing his third term as a governor of the association.
The tragic World War II sinking of an Australian warship carrying many noncombatants is the subject of the Royal Australian Mint’s newest commemorative coin. The 2017 20-cent coin depicts the SS Vyner Brooke’s torturous journey while the packaging features related images.
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The increase in production and sales of the Royal Mint should probably come as no surprise, considering its 2016 political turmoil that peaked in July when voters supported a referendum to leave the European Union.
Each of Kyrgyzstan’s 6 million citizens should own some gold, 100 grams, or 3.5 ounces, of the precious metal at a minimum, according to the chairman of the National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic.That would be a shift in savings from cattle to gold.
A recently completed study by Capital Economics suggests that the increase in silver prices over the past several months will likely recede as the price of zinc and lead surges. Silver is a by-product of zinc and lead mining.
Gary Adkins, current vice president and three-term board member of the American Numismatic Association, announced that he will run for the office of president of the organization.
The president of the PCGS pointed out that several original rolls of high-quality examples of 1912-S Liberty 5-cent coins have come to market in the past several years.
Some things, it seems, we all need to accept — counterfeits abound while ethics may be in shorter supply — and the challenges are not new. But you can defend yourself and enjoy the process: think twice, look, learn and join a specialty club.