1. CCAC review
You've probably noticed our CoinWorld.com home page is loaded with news posts
regarding the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee's review of
designs for a number of upcoming U.S. Mint releases.
If you're a little overwhelmed, here are the ABC's:
A. The CCAC is meeting Tuesday and
Wednesday to review and recommend designs for five U.S. Mint products.
B. On Tuesday, they submitted
recommendations for a number of products: the Borinqueneers' congressional gold medal, the 1965 Selma Foot Soldiers' congressional gold
medal, and three National Park Service 100th anniversary
coins—a copper-nickel clad half dollar, a silver dollar and a gold $5 coin.
C. On Wednesday they'll submit
recommendations for two more: the Nancy Reagan First Spouse Gold Coin
and Medal, and the much-anticipated gold 2016 100tth Anniversary
So stay tuned for more designs tomorrow.
2. Precious metals pricing
the following prices per ounce as of 5:52 p.m. ET Tuesday:
3. Hot topics
Check out the three most-read stories of the last seven days:
2015 Special Silver Set 'currently unavailable'
from United States Mint
Auto mechanic’s valuable error Chinese note draws
attention years after discovery
Donald G. Partrick Collection auctions postponed
at consignor's request
4. Something social