The Italian painter today known simply as Caravaggio is the subject of a 2018 silver €10 coin from San Marino.
A local silver 5-peseta coin issued in in 1809 in Spain during a period of resistance, one of three known, highlights Cayon Numismatica’s July 3 auction in Madrid.
Trafalgar Square is the latest British site featured in a series of 1-ounce .999 fine silver bullion £2 coins from the Royal Mint.
Saint Barbara, patron saint of artillerymen, is hand carved on a commemorative piece of siege coinage from the Dutch Revolt, a highlight of Classical Numismatic Group's sale of the Jonathan Kern Collection in May.
Poland is celebrating the 100th anniversary of regaining its independence with a circulating commemorative 5-zloty coin. Released May 22, the ringed-bimetallic coin marks the end of World War I and the beginning of the modern story of Poland.
A classic gold coin from the Netherlands has a new look. The 2018 issues are offering a new interpretation based on the design of the engraver Johan Willem Marmé, who was the die cutter at the Utrecht Mint from 1763 to 1795
Swissmint has issued the second commemorative coin in its three-coin Swiss steamships series. The .835 fine silver 20-franc coin honors the steamboat La Suisse. Proof and Uncirculated versions are available with the same design.
A trio of Roman gold aurei led bidding during Numismatica Ars Classica’s recent auction in Zurich, issued for some of the shortest-serving leaders of the Roman Empire.
When Portugal needed more 1- and 2-cent coins in 2017, its bankers bought 272 million coins from the Bank of Ireland, using the Portuguese banks’ excess €2 coins.
The second public display of a portion of the extensive numismatic treasures in the recently revealed Tyrant Collection will include examples from the origins of coinage including a rare example of the world’s first gold coin.