• seperator




  • Limited Quantity Coin Now Available! Limited quantities available of the 2013 Mongolia Argali 500 Togrog Silver Coin - from the Coin of the Year winning series Mongolian Wild Animals!...



The Buzz with Dave Harper

  • Mint cuts ANA limit to 1 The U.S. Mint has decided that a purchase limit of two gold Kennedy half dollars is too many. It has just announced it will cut this limit to one coin per person at its booth when sales begin Aug. 5 at the American Numismatic Association World's Fair of M...



Community Voice

  • Community Voice Responses (03/18/14) From the Feb. 21 Numismatic News E-Newsletter: Do you plan to buy more bullion coins produced by the U.S. Mint this year? Here are some answers sent from our e-newsletter readers to Editor Dave Harper.

The Numismatic Directory

The Numismatic Directory is a comprehensive resource center for coin & paper money collectors and enthusiasts. Find valuable information about Products, Services, Dealers, Events, and Clubs. Use it to quickly find companies, organizations, events and more in your area–maps & directions too!


U.S. Type
Identification Guide


A free, visual guide that includes full color images of silver, gold clad, alloy and war coinage. Learn the features of U.S. denominations, from half cents to double eagles.

American Eagles:
More than Just Bullion


A free, digital guide to today’s prime gold coin collecting opportunity. Learn why American Eagles are not just for investors and what they have to offer collectors.


Do you know what’s popular at ShopNumisMaster? Here are just a few favorites of your fellow collectors:

Check out these popular picks to see which items belong in your library or which items would make a great gift!

60th Anniversary Numismatic News Cover

Numismatic News
60th Anniversary

It’s been 60 years since Numismatic News published its first issue. So we’re celebrating. A Special Edition of Numismatic News, filled with stories from our readers about their collections, will arrive soon in subscribers’ mailboxes. So we thought we’d share some of those stories with our online friends as well. Thanks to everyone who has made these first 60 years so rewarding. We couldn’t have done it without you.

Read here.