1. Know the 1933 double eagle like the back of your hand? Prove it
the success of a couple other quizzes, we continue to test our
readers' knowledge: we've broken down the story of one of the iconic
coins in U.S. history, to see just how much you know.
Saint-Gaudens gold $20 double eagle is a coin that has been wrapped in
mystery for much of its existence.
a pricey example being owned by Egpytian royalty, to being nearly
wiped out of the American marketplace, the coin, possession of which
can straddle the line of legality, has a one-of-a-kind history, and
we're interested to see who knows it best.
Take our quiz and see what you know!
2. Not the Mercury coin you're thinking of
Mint of Poland has rolled out some intriguing coins over the years, and its
latest Ultra High Relief .999 fine silver dollar is right up there
with the most interesting.
coin honors Mercury (the place, not the god), and it features an
actual piece of the planet. Have a look.
3. The 'vivid' dime
often does a Roosevelt dime offer as much color as a Proof 68+ Deep
Cameo 1951 example that was sold during auctions at the recent CSNS convention.
The terms "vivid" and "dramatic"
are used in our latest Market Analysis.
4. Connect with Coin World:
5. Precious metals pricing
the following prices per ounce Thursday at 12:10 p.m. ET:
6. Hot topics
out three interesting stories from the last couple of days:
World Silver Survey 2016 details record year for
silver in 2015
If you could ask the founders of PCGS one thing,
what would it be?: Coin World Buzz
Gold Sons of the Revolution medal in Early
7. Something social