It’s that time of the week again, as we catch up on what happened in
the numismatic world this week.
Coin World is looking back at its five most-read stories of the week.
Click the links to read the stories. Here they are, in reverse
5. U.S. Mint will start selling palladium American
Eagle bullion coins in September: When the U.S. Mint issues its
first American Eagle bullion coin struck in .9995 fine palladium, it
will be a West Point Mint product with no Mint mark.
4. Pieces that glitter bring out the auction bidders in
Kagin’s sale: Gold nuggets and a more than 1,000-ounce silver
ingot retrieved from a World War II shipwreck helped highlight Kagin’s
Auctions’ Sept. 15 sale.
3. Third two-tailed Washington quarter dollar makes
public appearance: The third known example of a copper-nickel
clad quarter dollar struck with two reverse dies for Washington
quarter dollars has surfaced.
2. They’re out: Series 2013 $100 notes reported in
circulation: Series 2013 $100 Federal Reserve notes are appearing
in circulation and the marketplace earlier than expected.
1. Mint places 50,000-set ceiling on 2017-S
Limited-Edition Silver Proof set: The eight-coin 2017-S
Limited-Edition Silver Proof set goes on sale at noon Eastern Time
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