The finest among the six 1874-CC double eagles are two that are each graded About Uncirculated 58 by Professional Coin Grading Service and bear a green Certified Acceptance Corp. sticker indicating quality within the grade.
The killer combination of a wrong planchet and a one-year design type make an error coin offered in Heritage’s auction at the Florida United Numismatists’ summer convention a visually striking piece: a Bicentennial quarter dollar struck on a cent planchet.
PCGS Proof 70 Deep Cameo examples of the 1984-P and 1984-D Olympic $10 gold commemorative coins realized record prices in a GreatCollections auction that closed June 18. The coins realized $3,080 and $2,255, respectively.
The charm of the Morgan dollar, plus a look at the largest U.S. gold coin to circulate: Inside Coin World
The Morgan dollar's charm and mystery will always captivate the hearts of all involved in the hobby. Steve Roach dives deep into their allure.
Proposed designs for two congressional gold medals honoring military exploits during World War II were recommended June 15 by the Commission of Fine Arts. One medal honors the secretive Office of Strategic Services and the other to salute Filipino Veterans of World War II who served with U.S. forces during World War II.
Without any product or household ordering limits in place, the U.S. Mint sold 24,233 of the Proof 2017-P American Liberty 225th Anniversary silver medals June 15.
Commission of Fine Arts Chairman Earl A. Powell didn’t like the design for the reverse of the 2019 Native America dollar coin that had endorsements from several groups.The drawing is “very complex,” he cautioned his fellow commissioners at their June 15 meeting. “A lot of this will get lost,” he said, holding up another Native American dollar, adding “You can hardly see...
For the past several summers both Stack’s Bowers Galleries and Heritage Auctions have shared duties as the official auctioneers for the American Numismatic Association’s flagship World’s Fair of Money in Denver.. This year’s show is set for Denver, Aug. 1 to 5, and both firms have been actively courting consignors.
A Treasury Department Office of Inspector General probe closed in 2015 confirmed that the U.S. Mint oversold and overshipped the 2014-W National Baseball Hall of Fame $5 gold coins to customers by more than 100 coins above the statutory authorization. However, no provisions exist for civil or criminal penalties for the federal law violation.