The four-coin 50th Anniversary Kennedy Half Dollar Silver Coin Collection to be released Oct. 28 will bring the 2014 half dollar total to 13 different examples.
In terms of quantity and diversity, money of the Civil War has no equal in American numismatics. Encased postage stamps are a good example of the diversity.
Obverse and reverse designs were recommended Sept. 23 by the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee from among those proposed for congressional gold medals.
Freshly minted coins are sometimes adorned by parallel stripes. The physical characteristics point to diverse etiologies, which are often poorly understood.
Increased investing as precious metals prices fell in September spurred American Eagle bullion coin sales by the U.S. Mint to more than double August sales.
1925 Peace dollar with 'hefty mintage' gets boost from odd 'Doily' PCGS slab: 'Buy the Holder' Market Analysis
Collectors love odd PCGS and Nusmimatic Guaranty Corp. slabs, including a short-lived PCGS label affectionately called the “Doily” label by collectors.
1884-S Morgan dollar in GSA 'soft pack' holder exceeds seller's expectations: 'Buy the Holder' Market Analysis
Collectors are most familiar with the hard plastic black GSA holders, but Morgan (and other) silver dollars were also sold by the GSA in more flexible holders.
United States Mint releases pricing information for 2015 silver and clad United States Marshals commemoratives
Pricing information for the Proof and Uncirculated 2015 U.S. Marshals Service 225th Anniversary silver dollars and clad half dollars has been released.
Rare issue 1879-CC Morgan dollar in black GSA holder sold for $42,777: 'Buy the Holder' Market Analysis
Collectors have long valued the Morgan silver dollars released in the 1970s by the Government Services Administration from government vaults.
Withdrawn design depicts a male holding a sword “in defense of our Liberties,” according to the U.S. Mint, while offering an olive branch of peace to the world.