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The bravery of the Doolittle Raiders military service during World War II will be recognized with a Congressional Gold Medal. The medal recognizes the 80 men who volunteered for a surprise air attack on Japan on April 18, 1942, four … Continue reading
While the popular media reported on multiple record high closings for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 Index last week, did you realize that the spot price of silver outperformed both last week? Or did you realize that … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc It’s not all about Crimea. Despite the rhetoric and saber rattling by both Russian and US politicians regarding the recent Russian occupation of the Crimean region of Ukraine, Russia’s true intentions become obvious not through its military … Continue reading
Thirty United States pattern coins from the acclaimed collection of the late Texas business executive and philanthropist Harry W. Bass Jr. (1927-1998) will be offered without reserves during the Platinum Night auction conducted by Heritage Auctions Aug. 7, during the … Continue reading
Rationing ended June 2 for supplies of 2014 silver American Eagle bullion coins sold by the U.S. Mint to its network of buyers called Authorized Purchasers. Since the financial crisis of 2008, demand from these purchasers has often exceeded the … 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
An 1804 silver dollar worth millions of dollars will go on the auction block Aug. 8 at the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont, Ill. The Class III dollar will be sold by … Continue reading
By Kerry Rodgers On April 15-17 Spink London held its largest ever sale of world bank notes. Buyers from across the globe competed for more than 2,200 lots of issued notes, color trials, composite essays, die proofs and specimens. The … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc You can’t say there is anything dull about modern numismatic manufacturing technology. In the past the collar was introduced to ensure a round coin. This was followed by reeded and lettered edges for security purposes. In more … Continue reading
By Richard Giedroyc Coin collectors may be familiar with relic medals, but coins made from materials originating from similar sources are an unusual event. Relic medals are typically made from scrap salvaged from a statue, building, airplanes, trains, or other … Continue reading