Members of the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee were not quite certain of the cause, but they were elated with the effects.
It was Eric Newman’s favorite numismatic item, and George Washington may have carried it in his pocket. It heads to auction for the first time since the 19th century.
The U.S. Mint’s official launch ceremony for the 2018 Cumberland Island National Seashore quarter dollar is scheduled for Aug. 30
The Valley Center History Museum in Valley Center, California, has mounted an exhibit marking the 170th anniversary of the discovery of gold in California.
Early American History Auctions offers one of only seven purportedly known examples of this PATER PATRIAE design George Washington presidential inaugural button.
Some images from David Tripp’s book Illegal Tender and images of a 1933 Saint-Gaudens gold $20 double eagle the U.S. Mint recently reported was surrendered to its custody all depict the same coin.
Copyright concerns about a design including sculptor Robert Indiana’s LOVE sculpture in Philadelphia prompted the ANA to provide an alternate design for the reverse of its 2018 convention medal.
A hoard of 16,000 Morgan dollars stored in canvas bags in a New York City bank vault since their purchase in 1964 from the Treasury stockpile will be placed on the market.
Some first-time issues are among the numismatic products on the summer release schedule the Mint provided on June 4.
In May, for the fourth consecutive month, the American Eagle half-ounce gold $25 bullion coin failed to find a buyer among the Mint's authorized purchasers.