Around this time last year, I wrote that 2009 would be quite a year. As 2009 comes to an end, I know why I am not a prognosticator. With the down economy, the convergence of so many coin programs, and the performance questions of the US Mint it is difficult to call 2009 a . . . → Read More: click here to continue
Heritage Auctions , the official auctioneer of the Florida United Numismatists Show, will conduct a 4800+ lot Currency Signature Auction , Jan.
The series created to honor the spouses of the Presidents will enter its fourth year in 2010. First Spouse Gold Coins have been issued each year since 2007, featuring the First Sposues in the order of the Presidencies. Generally four different spouses are presented per year, but there have been . . . → Read More: click here to continue
The James Buchanan’s Liberty Gold Coin will be the third release of 2010 for the series created to honor the spouses of the Presidents. Because James Buchanan did not have a spouse while in office, the coin will depict an image representing Liberty combined with a scene from the life of . . . → Read More: click here to continue
Odyssey Marine Exploration, Inc. has received notification from the U.S. District Judge that he has adopted the Magistrate’s Report and Recommendation in the “Black Swan” case in favor of Spain.
Although the Judge complimented Magistrate Pizzo’s Report and Recommendation, he also made it clear that he felt a separate opinion by him . . . → Read More: click here to continue
If last week’s US Mint coin sales report could be considered lackluster, the most recent figures for this week do nothing but continue that trend. Fortunately, a few entries did show some movement, even if that movement could not be called extraordinary …
The release of the 2010 Silver Eagle will occur later than usual for the popular US Mint bullion coin offering. Whether or not this will cause supply issues or shortages which lead to higher prices remains to be seen.
The United States Mint announced that they would begin accepting orders for the 2010 American . . . → Read More: click here to continue
The United States Mint today released the four new designs that will appear on the 2010 First Spouse Gold Coins. The coins will feature Abigail Fillmore, Jane Pierce, James Buchanan’s “Liberty” and Mary Todd Lincoln.
The obverses (heads sides) of the Fillmore, Pierce and Lincoln First Spouse Gold Coins feature striking portraits of . . . → Read More: click here to continue
Over 355 million Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren, William Henry Harrison, and John Tyler Presidential $1 Coins were distributed by the Federal Reserve Banks in the last accounting period, according to their annual report to Congress released earlier this year.
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Silver Coin Information
In 2010, the United States Mint will introduce America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coins. This will be a brand new series of over-sized bullion coins featuring exact duplicate designs of the America the Beautiful Quarter series. The offering will carry many unique aspects to entice collectors.
Each coin will be . . . → Read More: click here to continue
Dominic “Don” Mangano was introduced to the world of coin collecting when his uncle dragged him to a show in Boston more than 30 years ago.
The United States Mint today unveiled designs for the 2010 Boy Scouts of America Centennial Silver Dollar .A The Boy Scouts of America Centennial Commemorative Coin Act authorizes the United States Mint to mint and issue silver one-dollar coins to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America.
The Mount Hood National Forest Quarter will represent the final release of 2010 for the new America the Beautiful Quarter series, featuring the forest located in the state of Oregon. Although most subjects for the reverse designs of the new quarter series will be National Parks, other federally designated sites under . . . → Read More: click here to continue