An American company has coordinated the release of a coin for the African country of Chad, with a theme celebrating ancient Egypt. The Scottsdale Mint’s latest release in the Egyptian Relic series celebrates Queen Nefertiti, the Egyptian queen and great royal wife of Akhenaten, an Egyptian pharaoh.
Palladium's performance thus far in 2017 is outshining its rivals among the precious metals, especially gold, according to market analysts and other experts attending the London Bullion Market Association conference Oct. 15 to 17 in Barcelona, Spain.
Christopher Columbus never sailed anywhere near Rwanda, but that isn’t stopping the landlocked country in East Africa from honoring the intrepid explorer. An unidentified private German company has struck 2017 Nautical Ounce 1-ounce silver bullion coins depicting the famous flagship Santa Maria, of Columbus’ journey of American discovery.
Copper topped $7,000 per metric ton on Monday — its highest mark in three years, as China's producer prices increase, year on year, by 6.9 percent in September following a 6.3 percent increase in August.
EnviroLeach Technologies in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, claims it has found a new, safer way to reclaim gold and other precious metals from electronic waste, and will partner with another firm to open a plant in December in Memphis, Tennessee.
A multitude of gold nuggets in various forms and sizes await those interested in Heritage Auctions' Nov. 4 Nature & Science Signature Auction in Dallas. Among the top pieces offered is a piece exhibiting gold in quartz discovered in 1989 by a prospector metal detecting in Dolan Springs, Mohave County, Arizona.
The Dutch Lion taler was one of the world’s most important trade coins during the 1600s and 1700s. To celebrate the famous coin, named for the lion in its design, the Royal Dutch Mint has issued a silver bullion coin celebrating the iconic imagery.
Early reports from Professional Coin Grading Service and Numismatic Guaranty Corp. indicate the inaugural 2017 American Eagle palladium bullion coins are of superior quality, with many of the initial submissions grading Mint State 70.
The fourth issues of the gold and silver bullion coins in the Royal Mint’s Queen’s Beasts series are now available. The Royal Mint on Sept. 27 announced that the latest design celebrates the legendary Unicorn of Scotland. The creature is depicted on quarter- and 1-ounce .9999 fine gold coins and a 2-ounce .9999 fine silver coin.
Gold in its natural state can take on many forms, several of which are featured in Holabird’s Western Americana Collections LLC auction scheduled for Oct. 19 to 23. The 2,900-lot auction will be held in Reno, Nevada, at the firm’s offices.