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The Mint made a huge effort on behalf of Numismatic News readers to update sales figures for this weekly column despite being closed with the rest of the federal government for two days because of Hurricane Sandy. I am grateful. Continue reading
Five-ounce silver America the Beautiful bullion coins became the hottest thing around this week as the third 2012 design became available to the Mint’s Authorized distributors. Continue reading
Michael Fuljenz, president of Universal Coin & Bullion in Beaumont, Texas, again has been honored by journalism professionals for his consumer education writings about gold and other precious metals. Continue reading
IOLA, Wis. (June 14, 2012) — Krause Publications, a leading producer of books, magazines, online products and events, is currently offering a variety of its Bullion and Commemorative Coin products in e-book form. In just one month over the 2011 … Continue reading
While I would certainly prefer to write about older U.S. coins, I cannot help but pay attention to the greatest overall force in the current coin market. Gold has declined 3 percent over the last month, silver a rather substantial 8 percent and platinum over 3 percent. Continue reading
Demand for Russian coinage helped the Kuenker auction held just prior to the opening of the World Money Fair at the Estrel Hotel achieve a prices realized total of over 10.5 million euros ($13.75 million). Continue reading
Little did I know when I wrote last year that the U.S. Mint should put the “S” mintmark on the silver American Eagle bullion coins that it had begun striking in San Francisco that we were entering a new chapter, perhaps even a new age, for the silver American Eagle. Continue reading