1. U.S. Mint gold and silver sales drop
May was not kind to the U.S. Mint bullion program, which saw 21,500
ounces of gold sold, down from 29,500 in April. Silver sales in May
were 2,023,500 ounces, down from 2,851,500 in the previous month.
Check back with CoinWorld.com for further coverage. In the
meantime, check out the Mint's bullion sales breakdown.
2. Pricey Nobel Prize medal earns high-end price tag
The 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to particle physicist Leon
Lederman realized $765,002 including buyer’s fee during a
Nate D. Sanders auction that closed on May 28.
3. U.S. Mint lifts silver allocation limits
Authorized purchasers may now purchase as many American Eagle silver
bullion coins as they desire.
Read more here.
4. Precious metals pricing
the following prices per ounce as of 9:53 a.m. ET Monday:
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