The 2018 Silver Proof set goes on sale April 24, and for many collectors, placing an order for one of the sets will be a familiar ritual, one performed every year.
World War I propaganda included coins and medals with wartime messages. Also in this issue, we take a look at a notes featuring scenes from American history.
A MS-66+ red 1914-D Lincoln cent and an MS-67 1916 Standing Liberty quarter dollar are two key dates of the early 20th century. Each is offered in an upcoming Legend auction.
Now that the United States Mint has a real director — one nominated by the president, confirmed by the Senate, and sworn into office — what will he do that changes the bureau and the collector customers it serves?
Order cancellations for the five World War I silver medals are driving sales figures down. Deliveries of the medals are set to start in late May.
Brad Karoleff laments the changing nature of conversations at coin shows, which have veered toward incessant discussions of grade. Also this week, these are the points to consider before bidding on U.S. Mint bulk lots in auctions.
Some collectors ordering the “pink gold” 2018 Breast Cancer Awareness commemorative $5 half eagle think that the coins don’t look pink at all. What do you think?
Building a library is a good investment for paper money collectors, and columnist Wendell Wolka will let you know where to start. In this issue we also provide an update on the progress against counterfeiters across the hobby.
Everyone loves a gold treasure find. Hitting it big is a universal dream, whether it is by winning a lottery jackpot or finding a lost gold coin hoard.
Evans elaborates on ingots found on this expedition and other discoveries from the ship's safe, which included a saddlebag packed with heavy canvas sacks, not yet opened but anticipated to be full of raw gold.