Auctions in general continue to grow in popularity, and major auctions spanning paper money, world coins and U.S. numismatic interests during the first few weeks of January provide a comprehensive impression of the health of the coin market.
The many marks in the fields of the 1898 quarter eagle, graded PCGS Proof 61 Cameo, affected its eye appeal, thus limiting the price.
The Royal Dutch Mint brought a taste of the Netherlands to the World Money Fair as the guest of honor for the 2018 event Feb. 2 through 4 in Berlin.
A mule first discovered in 2000 made news again last week, and we’re preparing photos and video for you showing some of the SS Central America treasure being curated at PCGS.
After fire destroyed buildings at the Kremlin in Moscow in 1763, Catherine II (“the Great”) made plans to rebuild. The efforts Catherine began would take decades, long outlasting her reign, and in 1773 a gold medal was issued to commemorate the inauguration of the actual reconstruction.
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The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most iconic natural wonders of Australia, and Downies, in conjunction with Niue, has released the Proof .999 fine silver $10 coin commemorating this important ecosystem.
New bullion coins from the Perth Mint imagine dragons on a rectangular format coin — a .9999 fine silver dollar and a .9999 fine gold $100 coin celebrating Chinese mythology.
Like all host nations since 1952, South Korea has issued a suite of commemorative coins to celebrate the events.
The Paris notes will have a reserve fund of 100 percent of the currency in circulation.