One of the most beautiful British coins, the 1839 gold Una and the Lion pattern 5-pound coin, highlights an auction in Germany on July 3.
Heritage Auctions announced May 28 that its auctions of world and ancient coins had already exceeded $39 million, topping total 2013 sales.
A new coin from Switzerland celebrates the national card game known as jass.
The coins, a fraction of the 580,000 that came from the sunken Spanish ship, are part of an exhibit at the Museum of Subaquatic Archaeology in Cartagena.
A new dollar coin from Australia celebrates the famous "G for George" bomber plane that flew 90 missions over Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II.
Cliches for a rare, early medal of import to Jewish history highlight William Rosenblum's auction No. 44A, which ends May 29.
British Virgin Islands authorities are investigating the unauthorized release of a Pope Francis commemorative piece.
Napoleon and Wellington: The Iron Duke's victory over the Little Corporal portrayed on 19th century medal
Several artists created medals commemorating great French defeats with the same verve they had shown in marking Napoleon’s victories.
Many coins show Artemis of Ephesus, whose temple was one of seven wonders of the ancient world.
A rare token from the history of North American exploration and commercialization highlights Geoffrey Bell Auctions’ May 29 and 30 sale in Toronto.