The San Francisco Museum and Historical Society is leaving the Old Mint, but its president hopes it won’t be a permanent move.
Engraved tokens made by convicts condemned to Australia are affordable highlights of Dix Noonan Webb's May 13 auction.
Striking error coins look unusual and are the result of something going wrong during the minting process.
Plenty of info here this morning from Coin World
The March 29 passing of Lt. Col. Robert L. Hite, 95, at a Nashville nursing home leaves the number of surviving Doolittle Tokyo Raiders to just two.
Big savings await collectors who register for the ANA seminar early
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Federal prosecutors say several U.S.-based metal recyclers conspired in an elaborate scheme to bilk the U.S. Mint out of more than $5.4 million.
J.H. Cline is gone, but he is certainly not forgotten among the crowd of coin collectors and dealers at the Whitman Baltimore Expo.
An official wrote that the city terminated the lease with the historical society, effective immediately, due to “lack of progress” on the restoration project.