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The designs for a congressional gold medal honoring World War II Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg was unveiled May 9. Continue reading
I have a wooden box dated 1913 that says “Property U.S. Government Mint” and artwork of the Buffalo nickel on its side. Do you know who made it? Continue reading
When we embarked on this journey with our Uncle George Walton’s 1913 Liberty Head Nickel 10 years ago, we had no idea what we would be install for. What an experience it has been! Continue reading
It appears from the early reaction of collectors to the two-coin West Point silver American Eagle set that the U.S. Mint has a winner.
There are any number of really tough gold coins. In some cases they command extremely high prices while in others the prices may be high but certainly reasonable when you realize what you are getting. Continue reading
The White Mountain 5-ounce silver bullion coin has arrived. Authorized Purchasers have taken 12,700 from the U.S. Mint. Continue reading
There are two ways to get a version of the Chicago Coin Club’s 2013 American Numismatic Association convention medal hosted this year by CCC. Continue reading
The U.S. Mint will offer an American Buffalo 1 ounce gold reverse proof coin later this year. Continue reading
From the May 3rd Numismatic e-newsletter: Should sales tax be applied to online coin and bullion sales? Here are some answers sent from our e-newsletter readers to Editor Dave Harper. Continue reading