The Bank of Latvia have launched (28th May) a very special coin, which marks the 90th anniversary of the first currency issued by an Independent Latvia who established their own state in 1918. The Latvian currency, the Lats, was first issued in 1922 with the first coins in denominations of 5, 2 and 1 . . . → Read More: click here to continue
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We’re back to bring you another round up of the latest coin collecting news and articles from around the internet! First, a report of the United States Mint’s numismatic product sales includes the debut numbers for new products. Also, start of sales for the eleventh numismatic America the Beautiful Five . . . → Read More: click here to continue
Today, May 29, 2012, the United States Mint made available its 2012-P El Yunque National Forest 5 Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin at a price of $ 204.95. Throw out the differing sizes, finishes and metallic compositions and the uncirculated coin is a twin to the El Yunque National Forest quarter which was released into . . . → Read More: click here to continue
El Yunque National Forest Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin
At noon Eastern Time today, May 29, the United States Mint began offering the 2012-P El Yunque National Forest Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin for $ 204.95, the same price as the 2011-dated issues that are still available. This latest collector piece honors . . . → Read More: click here to continue
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Coin World First Uncirculated 2012-P 5-ounce silver coin goes on sale Coin World The 5-ounce bullion versions are sold through the same network of authorized purchasers approved to buy and distribute for resale into the secondary market the US Mint’s other bullion coins — . . . → Read More: click here to continue
The Commission of Fine Arts recently reviewed design candidates for Congressional Gold Medals which will be issued to recognize four Native American tribes whose members served as code talkers during World War I or World War II.
In 2001, Navajo Code Talkers had been recognized with a Congressional Gold Medal for their contributions during . . . → Read More: click here to continue
The 2012-P El Yunque National Forest Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin went on sale at the United States Mint on May 29, 2012. This represents the eleventh release in the numismatic series of America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Coins.
The reverse design of the coin features a scene representative of El Yunque . . . → Read More: click here to continue
The Danmarks Nationalbank will issue (29th May) their latest coin in the popular “Ships” series which illustrates well-known or distinguished sea-faring vessels in Denmark. The new design features the “Kong Frederik IX” Ferry, built at Elsinore Shipyard. When it was put into service on 16 December 1954 it was the world’s largest ferry serving . . . → Read More: click here to continue
The Perth Mint of Australia has released kilo-sized gold and silver coins which celebrate the 60 year reign of Queen Elizabeth II. The coins feature an identical design and are struck from 1 kilo of 99.99% pure gold or 1 kilo of 99.9% pure silver with limited mintages.
“The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee is a . . . → Read More: click here to continue
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We’re back with a fresh round up on Memorial Day with the latest coin collecting news and articles from around the internet! First, updated information on the circulating quality “S” mint marked 2012 America the Beautiful Quarters. Also, a video from a tour of the San Francisco Mint, Grover Cleveland . . . → Read More: click here to continue
An updated product schedule from the United States Mint shows a bevy of anticipated collector products that are set for release between now and the end of August.
A commemorative coin set, an annual silver proof set, 2012 America the Beautiful 5 Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coins and this week’s newly announced San Francisco . . . → Read More: click here to continue
U.S. Mint sales of 2012 Proof Sets have topped 261,000 in two weeks.
2012 Proof Sets continue to make their mark as the U.S. Mint’s best-selling numismatic product, the latest sales figures from the bureau reveal.
Those figures also show that coin demand was a bit weaker overall, although there was a . . . → Read More: click here to continue