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Week's Most Read: Proof American Eagle palladium coin

The first palladium Proof American Eagle goes in sale Sept. 6 with a maximum mintage of 15,000 coins.

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The week is winding down, and it’s time to catch up on what happened in the numismatic world.

To look back at Coin World's five most-read stories of the week, click the links to read the stories. Here they are, in reverse order:

5. Gold panning an alternative way to satisfy a thirst for gold: Panning for gold is still a popular pursuit, 170 years after the start of the California Gold Rush.

4. Inside Coin World: Readers find rare Lincoln cents in circulation: Three columns with content exclusive to the Sept. 10 issue of Coin World featured collector finds of rare coins.

3. Boldly lustrous 1921 Peace dollar brings massive price: An eye-appealing 1921 Peace dollar graded MS-67 brought $132,000 at Stack’s Bowers Galleries’ Aug. 15 Rarities Night sale. 

2. Sears, Walmart join ranks of bullion sales outlets online: Sears and Walmart are selling silver, gold, platinum and palladium bullion products from a number of issuers.

1. How quickly will the Proof American Eagle palladium coins sell?: The first palladium Proof American Eagle goes on sale Sept. 6 with a maximum mintage of 15,000 coins. Will there be a fast sellout?

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