The feral dog known as the dingo has a reputation as a “deadly and dangerous” animal of Australia. The predator is showcased on the newest Proof Deadly and Dangerous silver dollar from Downies, struck by the Perth Mint.
Lines formed at Bundesbank branches across Germany April 19 for a new circulating commemorative coin with immediate resale potential: the second €5 coin in the “Climate Zones of the Earth” series.
Usually a denizen of the Perth Mint’s bullion program, a new Kookaburra silver $2 coin from Australia shows the kookaburra on an issue that stands alone.
The Battle of Blenheim may not rank as high in the annals of history as other momentous military actions, but its legacy lives on in a silver medal offered in Stephen Album Rare Coins’ May 17 and 18 auction in California.
One of two gold medals of its type struck in celebration of the centennial of the 1804 Louisiana Purchase highlights Stephen Album Rare Coins’ May 17 to 19 auction in Santa Rosa, California.
Canada’s most famous UFO sighting is seen on a novel new commemorative coin in color. The colorful glow-in-the-dark $20 coin sold out from the Mint within two weeks of release, with a limited mintage of 4,000 pieces, but distributors still offer the coin as of April 19.
The next royal wedding is scheduled for May 19, when Prince Henry of Wales marries Meghan Markle. The Pobjoy Mint has announced commemorative coins for the occasion, issued in the name of the Ascension Islands.
Lithuania’s newest circulating commemorative €2 coin highlights Lithuania’s song and dance festival. The celebration, held every four years at the beginning of July, is inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The Royal Australian Mint has issued the first coin in a three-coin series titled “The Earth and Beyond” — a 1-ounce .999 fine silver coin showing planet Earth in color.
A pattern coin in bronze for the emperor Valens is one of many highlights in Nomos Ag’s May 10 auction in Zurich.