Marin Aleksov, Rosland Capital CEO, covers a wide variety of collectible and numismatic topics on his Medium profile.
The first U.S. coin struck under the 1792 Mint Act was the Half Disme, which disappeared from circulation just as quickly as it started.
Metal detectorists recently uncovered thousands of medieval coins buried in a Romanian forest.
Start buying gold confidently with our “First Time Gold Buyers’ Mistakes” guide.
We would like to congratulate all of the recipients of accolades at the World’s Fair of Money, held in Pittsburgh this summer.
In addition to gold, silver can also potentially provide financial protection against inflation, but that’s just one of many reasons you might want to consider buying silver.
On August 10, Heritage will host the fourth part of the auction of the Harry W. Bass Jr. Core Collection which features many highly coveted numismatic gold coins.
Many 19th century American had little knowledge of where coins came from and how they were made. This 1869 letter from the Director of the U.S. Mint helps explain the process.
A metal detecting club in Daytona unearthed a gold necklace, which they were able to return to its very appreciative owner, who had lost it while swimming at the beach on vacation.
Rosland CEO Marin Aleksov covers the history of the U.S. Mint’s 50 State Quarters Program.
This past July Rosland expanded its British Museum collection with a new 2.5 oz silver coin featuring the Berserker piece from the cherished Lewis Chessmen Set.
A 1794 U.S. large cent has been returned to the American Numismatic Society, 75 years after being stolen.
The American Numismatic Society released the new design of the Archer Milton Huntington Medal Award, which has been awarded since 1918.
Researchers have found that ancient coins from the Roman era found in present-day Georgia were originally minted by Jewish rebels and used by Romans for decades.
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