Let’s play “Desert Island Numismatic Book,” and choose a single volume we’d cherish if washed up on Gilligan’s Isle.
This coin was famous before it reached Pogue's prized collection
How cool would it be to have your home on a coin?
It is highly unusual in that it has cartwheel luster on both sides, combined with a bold strike and tremendous eye appeal.
Ohio coin dealer Tom Priebe of TJ Coins won a free table for the next PAN Coin Show to be held October 22 – 24, 2015.
Silver Industrial Conference to be held in Washington, D.C. on October 28, 29. Industrial uses of silver accounted for 56 percent of silver demand in 2014.
Circulating coin production at the Philadelphia and Denver Mints is temporarily converting to three-shift operations, requiring more personnel.
Freelance writer Mary N. Lannin has been selected as the next chairman of the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee.
1806/4 Capped Bust gold $2.50 quarter eagle graded Mint State 62 realizes $94,000 in Pogue Collection auction.