The number A00000001A Series 1966 $100 United States note, the first note of the series printed, is headed to auction with a six-figure estimate.
A Mint official reveals new details about the 1933 double eagle, and unusual 5-cent coins draw big bids in a recent auction.
Authenticators assume some coins are fake until they prove otherwise. Also this week, Mint angers collectors with pricing in 1971.
A 1776 Continental dollar in pewter graded MS-67 by NGC that is considered the finest known is offered in Heritage’s June 13 to 18 Long Beach sale.
William Tell is a legendary figure in Swiss folklore, is celebrated on a new .900 fine gold coin from Switzerland.
The Uncirculated 2018-P Voyageurs National Park 5-ounce silver quarter dollar will be offered by the U.S. Mint for unrestricted sale to interested buyers beginning at noon Eastern Time June 14.
The Bank of Lithuania's Joninės festival commemorative design is available June 7 as a Proof silver €5 coin with a drop of color, and a copper-nickel €1.50 coin.
Collectors can now place pre-orders with the American Numismatic Association for Philadelphia’s 2018 World’s Fair of Money convention medal, being produced in several versions.
A selection of early Draped Bust dimes is among the highlights at the June 10 to 13 Pre-Long Beach Auctions in Los Angeles by Ira and Larry Goldberg Auctioneers.
The Bank of Latvia's May 22 new issue is based on the work of the winner of the bank's contest seeking innovative designs.
Gold production doubled in the past 30 years, but few believe that trend will continue, says Mark Fellows, mine supply analyst for precious metals consultancy Metals Focus.
Sotheby’s May New York auction features the Stone Collection's nearly all brilliant, lustrous silver dollars that have been off the market for decades, in their PCGS and NGC holders.