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This past April the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee asked the U.S. Mint to consider implementation of a national arts medal program. Now, it is going to offer a framework of what that program would look like. CCAC Chairman Gary Marks … Continue reading
If you liked the 2009 Ultra High Relief double eagle gold coin, you’re going to love a 2015 24-karat Ultra High Relief gold coin. At least that’s what the U.S. Mint hopes. Although still in the proposal stage, the project … Continue reading
After one week on sale, the gold coins from the Saddle Ridge Hoard had brought in about $6 million in sales. On June 4, amazon.com listed 483 coins still for sale, with kagins.com offering 39 coins. “Not bad out of … Continue reading
The 487-lot Regency Auction VII saw fevered floor, phone, absentee and Internet bidding, with pre-bids pouring in up to the start of the three and a half hour sale May 22 in Las Vegas. Legend-Morphy partner Laura Sperber was “very … Continue reading
Gold coins buried in cans for decades in the hills of California are getting their day in the sun. Known as the Saddle Ridge Hoard, the coins went on sale at midnight May 27 on amazon.com and kagins.com. The 1,427 … Continue reading
Is it time for a new design for the reverse of the silver American Eagle one-ounce bullion coin? Continue reading
The Commission of Fine Arts faced a daunting task. Review nearly 150 designs to make recommendations for new coins in six series. Continue reading
Designs for the reverses of 2015 and 2016 Native American $1 coins were endorsed when the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee met March 10. Continue reading
You may not be able to pick President Benjamin Harrison out of a crowd, but the six latest presidents to be honored on $1 coins should bring a spark of recognition to most people. Continue reading