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The Mint has suspended sales of its tenth-ounce gold American Eagle bullion coin to replenish its supplies. So far in the month of April it has sold 85,000 pieces. So far this year, sales totaled 300,000 pieces. The Mint notes … Continue reading
I received a 2013 cent in my change yesterday at the Crystal Cafe right here in Iola, Wis. It was my first. Most years getting the current cent in late April would not be a big deal, but it has … Continue reading
The Central States Numismatic Society convention is slated for this week. Of course the headlines it generates will focus first on the Heritage sale of the 1913 Liberty Head nickel, but the business environment as affected by the recent price … Continue reading
There is at least one silver lining in the cloud hanging over the price of the precious metal. That is the news that the U.S. Mint has just reduced the price of its upcoming American Eagle West Point Two-Coin Silver … Continue reading
Gold American Eagle bullion coin demand during the month of April has spiked to the highest level of the year as buyers apparently attempt to take advantage of lower metal prices. So far in the month, the Mint has sold … Continue reading
Gold has dropped significantly in value in the last week. The public in response has stepped up purchases of gold bullion coins. How will buyers of the collector version of the gold American Eagle respond today in current market conditions? … Continue reading
With the spotlight on gold and silver this week, I thought it might be refreshing to mention another basic building block of the U.S. coin hobby. The annual standard clad uncirculated coin set, popularly called a mint set, is not … Continue reading
As the impact of yesterday’s decline in precious metals sinks in, we can already see the effects ripple through numismatics. The U.S. Mint took three silver-related products off sale in the middle of the day yesterday for what will likely … Continue reading
How low can they go? That is the question on the minds of many owners and followers of precious metals this morning. When I checked the Kitco website I found that an ounce of gold was trading for $1,422.90 a … Continue reading