While repatriating several ancient artifacts to Greece, New York has returned an “extraordinarily rare” gold coin that commemorated the assassination of Caesar.
A rare 120+ year old coin collection, valued at over $1 million, is to be auctioned for the first time.
The Executive Director of the Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG) presents tips for safety and protecting collections for anyone attending a coin show.
Rosland offers a number of limited edition gold and silver products, including bullion, commemorative, proof-quality, and graded numismatic coins.
MPC Fest, a meeting for collectors of military currency, held its first in-person event since 2019.
The first U.S. Mint was established in Philadelphia, the nation’s capital at the time, in 1792. Although the capital moved to Washington D.C., the mint remained in Philadelphia.
Gold and silver treasures from the High Middle Ages, over 1000 years ago, were discovered by a detectorist in the Netherlands.
The American Numismatic Association is accepting entries for its 2023 Barbara J. Gregory Outstanding Club Publications competition.
A 2004 Wisconsin state quarter from the 50 State Quarters Program may be worth up to $6,000 if it has a certain variation.
A gold coin with the oldest known reference to the Norse god Odin was found in Denmark, possibly changing the history of Norse mythology.
Palladium’s market value right now is especially high. Rosland CEO Marin Aleksov explains.
The U.S. Mint recently released the U.S. Army 2.5 oz Silver Medal, featuring designs by the mint’s Artistic Infusion Program (AIP)’s Lucas Durham, sculpted by Craig A. Campbell.
Rosland CEO Marin Aleksov discusses how gold and silver can potentially help individuals in maintaining financial stability during periods of economic uncertainty.
A British detectorist recently discovered an Anglo-Saxon gold pyramid sword mount.
Learn what makes ancient coins valuable, above and beyond just their age.
Stack’s Bowers Galleries Professional Numismatist Program, for students between 18 and 25, kicks off this summer.
Many collectors and dealers may have a rare and valuable die variety that’s historically been overlooked.
The Commission for Fine Arts has recommended a design for a congressional gold medal recognizing Willie O’Ree, the first black hockey player to play in the NHL.
The submarine “Nemo” that was used to locate sunken treasure from the California Gold Rush is coming up for auction.
The term “Coronet” is often used by coin collectors when referencing the 1899 $10 Liberty Gold Coin, referring to the crown on the head of Lady Liberty featured on the coin.
A rare Washington Quarter from 1946 was sold at auction for more than $3000, due to a unique D mint mark.
The US Mint’s 2021 American Liberty Gold Coin was the recipient of the 2023 Coin of the Year award.