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.”
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...
The Pobjoy Mint has announced the first bullion coin ever issued for the Falkland Islands, and the Reverse Proof 2017 1-crown coin depicts a helmeted version of Britannia, the personification that has come to signify Great Britain.
With input from numismatic experts, the Attorney General of Texas, Ken Paxton, has issued a consumer protection alert about buying and selling gold coins.
On the Fourth of July, 2017, Whitman Publishing will release a newly updated 2nd edition of its award-winning book GOLD: Everything You Need to Know to Buy and Sell Today, by Jeff Garrett and Q. David Bowers. It is available for preorder online and will be offered at bookstores and hobby dealers nationwide for $14.95.
Prospects for a South African Krugerrand bullion coin struck in platinum are quickly fading. Terence Creamer is reporting on MiningWeekly.com that Daniel Mminele, deputy governor for the South African Reserve Bank, says the bank will not demand that the South African Mint produce a platinum bullion coin.
Canadian-based Endeavour Silver has expanded its mining reach in Zacatecas, Mexico, by acquiring properties in the Calicanto and Veta Grande regions. In a June 6 announcement, Endeavour Silver reports it purchased for $400,000 in U.S. dollars the Calicanto property from Arian Silver Corp. The property covers five known silver-gold-lead-zinc veins spanning more than...
The U.S. Mint's release of mistaken information may mean some of the 500-coin boxes of 2015 American Eagle silver bullion coins that it first attributed to the Philadelphia Mint may actually carry coins struck at the West Point Mint, but NGC is confident that its proprietary methods have accurately determined which are which.
Demand for American Eagle silver bullion coins from the U.S. Mint in May is more than double April’s level, and the month isn’t over yet. Through May 25, the U.S. Mint recorded sales to its authorized purchasers of 2,155,000 of the American Eagle 1-ounce .999 fine silver bullion coins, compared with 835,000 coins in April and 1,615,000 in March.
Gold coin resistance at U.S. Mint and a deceptive but detectable counterfeit Indian Head cent: Inside Coin World
And Bill O'Rourk's column in the June 12 Coin World details the discovery of what seemed to be a rare 1917 French Indo-China 10-cent piece. The excitement didn't last.