Greek philosopher Aristotle is the subject of a new Proof silver €10 coin from Greece.
The Royal Mint has announced a new Brilliant Uncirculated gold £2 double-sovereign coin to mark the first birthday of Prince George of Cambridge.
Coin World London correspondent John Andrew is now a liveryman in the Livery of The Worshipful Company of Art Scholars, the city's newest livery.
Artist James Butler was commissioned by the Goldsmiths' Company to create a unique silver medal commemorating the centennial of World War I.
German coin dealer and auction firm Fritz Rudolph Künker has moved its headquarters to a new, purpose-built building in Osnabrück.
A gold aureus of Octavian in the Lexington Collection being auctioned by Heritage Auctions marks the founding of the Roman Empire.
A gold stater of Eucratides I features a powerful image of the Graeco-Bactrian king.
A silver denarius in the Lexington Collection auction represents the short-lived reign of Gordian I and II, during the "Year of the Six Emperors."
A look at Ukrainian medallic art reveals the culturally towering figure of Taras Hyrhorovych Shevchenko. He's revered as a hero in Ukraine.
One of the most enigmatic of Canadian coins, the 1916-C gold sovereign, highlights the Canadian Numismatic Company’s Aug. 13 to 16 auction.