• 2021-CC Morgan dollar
    Oct 1, 2021, 09:00 AM

    Week's Most Read: Dollar coin presentation

    Interest was high in the news that the Nevada State Museum (in the former Carson City Mint building) received a 2021 CC privy-marked Morgan dollar, to display at the facility.

  • Long Beach Expo
    Sep 30, 2021, 16:59 PM

    2021 Long Beach Expo underway

    After a wait of more than 18 months, the largest collectibles show on the West Coast, the 2021 Long Beach Expo, is underway, welcoming a good crowd to start the three-day event.

  • podcast_slider_lead_ep131
    Sep 29, 2021, 12:22 PM

    News Update starts at the Mint

    Jeff and Larry discuss the announcement of David J. Ryder’s resignation and talk about the importance of design, catching up with a variety of numismatic topics along the way.

  • Proof 68 1952 Lincoln cent red
    Sep 29, 2021, 10:00 AM

    Market Analysis: Deep Cameo Proof 68 red 1952 cent

    An elusive example of a 1950s Proof coin found its way to the Legend Rare Coin Auctions Regency 47 sale when a 1952 Lincoln cent graded Proof 68 red Deep Cameo appeared and sold for $64,625.

  • 1913 Indian Head, Bison on Mound 5-cent
    Sep 28, 2021, 10:00 AM

    Market Analysis: Praise for Proof 1913 Indian Head 5¢ coin

    A 1913 Indian Head, Bison on Mound 5-cent coin graded Proof 68 by PCGS with a green CAC sticker was the subject of high praise in Legend's Sept. 2 auction; it realized $96,937.50.

  • 1936-nickel-proof67-brillant-satin-lead
    Sep 27, 2021, 07:00 AM

    Monday Morning Brief for Sept. 27, 2021: Suggestions, anyone?

    As the "Coin World" staff begins working on its 2022 editorial calendar, we would like some suggestions on the kinds of features and columns you would like to read next year. Please let us know.

  • Proof 68+ Liberty Head 1909 5-cent
    Sep 25, 2021, 10:00 AM

    Market Analysis: Proof 68+ Cameo 1909 Liberty Head 5-cent coin

    Legend Rare Coin Auctions held its Regency 47 sale in Las Vegas, offering stunning examples of quality coins that included a Proof 68+ Cameo 1909 Liberty Head 5-cent coin that brought $32,900.

  • ryder-3-lead2
    Sep 24, 2021, 17:12 PM

    Ryder resigning as U.S. Mint director Oct. 1

    Bulletin: David Ryder is stepping down as director of the United States Mint effective Oct. 1. Ryder is serving his second term as director of the Mint. This is a breaking news article.

  • cwvideo_ana2021_lipton
    Sep 24, 2021, 09:54 AM

    Coin World Video: Kevin Lipton at the World’s Fair of Money 2021

    Kevin Lipton has been a regular at the ANA shows with his latest visit coming at the 2021 World’s Fair of Money this past August. We sat down with Kevin to talk about his first show and how the hobby and business continues to grow and develop for collectors and dealers through the many changes we’ve seen.

  • George H.W. Bush Coins and Chronicles set
    Sep 24, 2021, 09:12 AM

    Bush Chronicles set sales at 7,103 on day 1

    First-day sales of the 2020 Coins and Chronicles set - George Herbert Walker Bush reached about 20% of the available product and first-day ordering restrictions were removed.

  • 2021-W Reverse of 1986 Proof silver American Eagle
    Sep 24, 2021, 09:00 AM

    Week's Most Read: Mint rejects request

    Interest remains high in the search for the identity of dealers involved in the U.S. Mint's Authorized Bulk Purchase Program as a request for the information has been denied and an appeal filed.

  • 2021-CC Morgan dollar
    Sep 24, 2021, 08:45 AM

    Nevada museum gifted 2021-CC dollar from U.S. Mint

    A special presentation was made Sept. 14 at the former Carson City Mint, now a state museum, as a 2021-CC Morgan dollar struck by Rep. Mark E. Amodei will be placed on display.

  • ANA Farran Zerbe Award
    Sep 24, 2021, 08:00 AM

    ANA’s highest honor to get a new name after 70 years

    The Distinguished Service Award given annually by the American Numismatic Association will no longer carry the name of former president Farran Zerbe after past winners requested the change.

  • Fred Reed
    Sep 23, 2021, 17:15 PM

    Author, editor and writer Fred Reed dies at 73

    Author, former Coin World editor and writer Fred Reed, who wrote award-winning books on Abraham Lincoln and was known for meticulous research, passed away at the age of 73.

  • podcast_slider_lead_ep130
    Sep 23, 2021, 09:18 AM

    Currency with character

    Jeff and Larry explore the wonderful world of Disney Dollars with expert and currency dealer Dusty Royer.

  • 1870-CC Coronet gold $20 double eagle
    Sep 23, 2021, 08:30 AM

    An 1870-CC gold $20 double eagle includes a rich story

    A recently re-discovered 1870-CC Coronet gold $20 double eagle with an intriguing back story, held by the same family for five generations after first acquiring it in trade, is in a Heritage Auctions Oct. 7 sale.

  • North Carolina American Innovation dollar
    Sep 22, 2021, 12:00 PM

    North Carolina dollar bags, rolls on sale Oct. 12

    Honoring the state's commitment to higher-education opportunities, the American Innovation dollar coin representing North Carolina will be available in bags and rolls starting Oct. 12

  • Military medals
    Sep 21, 2021, 10:00 AM

    U.S. Space Force silver medal likely a 2023 release in series

    The newest division of the United States military is expected to get a silver medal in its honor as part of the ongoing Armed Services medals program with designs yet to be submitted and approved.

  • 1861 Paquet Coronet gold $20 double eagle
    Sep 21, 2021, 08:00 AM

    Market Analysis: Twin summer ANA auctions results near $120 million

    The summer auctions connected with the ANA World's Fair of Money proved to be the places where high quality coins brought equally high prices from bidders searching for quality additions.

  • 2021-w-reverse-of-1986-silver-proof-eagle-lead
    Sep 20, 2021, 07:00 AM

    Monday Morning Brief for Sept. 20, 2021: Transparency and trust

    The U.S. Mint's denial of our FOIA request to identify the participants of the Authorized Bulk Purchase Program came as no surprise. We remain committed to the idea that transparency is essential.