Gold imports to China from its main conduit, Hong Kong, were down big in 2014 compared to 2013, according to Bloomberg.
German medalists were among the most prolific creators of patriotic medals at the beginning of World War I.
The ANS launches another major new tool to aid in the identification, research and cataloging of the coins of the ancient world.
A 1.5-inch silver medal from congress to a survivor of the ill-fated Jeannette Arctic Expedition of 1879 is offered by James D. Julia Inc. Feb. 4 to 6.
The Royal Canadian Mint honors explorer Henry Hudson and his final Arctic voyage on its 2015 gold $200 coin.
An Italian Renaissance-era copy by an artist known as Cavino realized $12,000 in a Nomos Ag fixed-price list.
The Royal Mint has secured the contract to produce a 500-shilling circulating coin for Tanzania, which will replace a bank note of the same denomination.
The National Bank of Poland is releasing Proof 2015 gold and silver concave/convex coins at the end of the January.
Australian icons appear on a colorful Distinctly Australian $5 coin issued by the Royal Australian Mint.