A 2017 Hungarian 2,000-forint coin is the fourth issue in a series honoring Hungarian national memorials.
An extremely rare 1794 gold medal of honor for English cavalrymen, awarded to William Keir (later Keir Grant), a young British Officer of the 15th Light Dragoons for helping to save the Austrian emperor from capture by Napoleon is to be auctioned by Morton & Eden in London on November 23, 2017.
26-year-old Olympic weightlifting gold medalist Kianoush Rostami, who notched his medal in the hang clean two summers ago, is auctioning off his prized gold medal to help relief efforts in his native country.
To commemorate Coin World’s attendance at the Beijing International Coin Exposition Nov. 10 to 12, a special medal was produced and distributed at the show by the publication’s staff. The small Panda medal prompted a major response from the crowd on Nov. 10 and 11, the busiest days of the show.
The Royal Canadian Mint has issued a new “super” series featuring Justice League comic-book heroes.
A jeton (like a medalet or counting token) issued to mark the victorious French efforts in 1769 is an affordable offering from Editions Victor Gadoury’s auction Dec. 2 in Monaco. The piece, graded as Fleur de Coin by the auction house, has an opening bid of €200 ($233 in U.S. funds).
The Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to Hungarian-born scientist George de Hevesy, who concealed two other Nobel medals from the Nazis before receiving his own, is set to be sold at auction Nov. 23 by Morton & Eden in London.
The giant medal is one of many highlights at Edition Victor Gadoury’s Dec. 2 auction in Monaco.
The ringed-bimetallic coin highlights the architectural landscape of Vilnius.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip's 70th anniversary is honored with a special tricolor $10 coin created by the Pobjoy Mint in the name of the British Virgin Islands.