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In the past few weeks, retail demand in the United States for physical precious metals has tapered off. There are several factors that could be contributing to this decline in demand. • Since gold and silver prices dropped to multi-year … Continue reading
Demand for collectible U.S. coins seemed to be on an upswing in October as dealers report increased business from collectors. Michael Fuljenz, owner of Universal Coin & Bullion, Beaumont, Texas, and a specialist in classic U.S. gold coins said he’s … Continue reading
The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee endorsed designs for the 2017 and 2018 Native American $1 coin when it met recently. The 2017 coin design depicts a profile of Sequoyah creating the original characters for the Cherokee alphabet. The 2018 coin … Continue reading
A silver dollar owned for 40 years by the American Numismatic Association has now been certified as a Zerbe proof 1921 Morgan silver dollar. The coin has been graded Proof-63 by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. The chain of events that … Continue reading
Strong production totals, a rising silver price and cheaper alternatives could end the silver Eagle shortage that has stuck buyers with delivery delays and high premiums. Ron Drzewucki, owner of Modern Coin Wholesale, Lakewood Ranch, Fla., said silver Eagle scarcity … Continue reading
Lions Club International will be honored in 2017 with a silver dollar commemorative coin marking its 100th anniversary. The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee endorsed designs featuring the club’s founder for the obverse and a pair of lions for the reverse … Continue reading
A spiny softshell turtle peering above the water at a kayaker is the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee’s preferred design for the the 2017 America the Beautiful quarter honoring Missouri. “By far and away we were going to have a turtle … Continue reading
“You cannot have real peace and prosperity unless you can absolutely trust the money.” That is a paraphrase of a comment by silver guru David Morgan on Oct. 24, 2014, at the Silver Summit in Spokane, Washington. When I heard … Continue reading
Four U.S. coins are in contention for the Coin of the Year Award that will be presented Feb. 6, 2016, at the World Money Fair in Berlin, Germany. An international panel of judges will be reviewing a total of 100 … Continue reading