An organizer of coin shows in Europe has severed ties with a coin show in Warsaw.
A new book updates research on tradesmen tokens of Great Britain and Ireland.
Silver and gold collector coins celebrating Donald Duck were released June 26, and only the silver coin remains available.
Denmark issued a silver 2-kroner coin from 1953 commemorates the campaign against tuberculosis in Greenland.
New York World's Fair signals decline of Art Deco medallic style that would disappear during World War II
The New York World’s Fair of 1939 to 1940 produced fewer high quality medals than most of its predecessors.
A nest of Art Deco design may be found in the issues of the Society of Medalists, founded by arts patron, philanthropist and educator George Dupont Pratt.
Crimea Shield, awarded to German troops involved in the first, victorious phase of their invasion of the Soviet Union in the summer of 1941.
Leader in 1930s fashionable travel was Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, which released medals hailing the SS Champlain in 1932 and the SS Normandie in 1935.
Bank of England archive of letters from forgers to bank officials now open to view online or in person
Officials at the Bank of England Archive recently began making available to the public prison correspondence from banknote forgers to bank officials.
Coin World series profiles the continuous change of European and American medallic art in 19th, 20th centuries. Part III focuses on Art Deco's American arrival.