The Two Cent piece was released in 1864 to relieve a nationwide coin shortage after the American Civil War.
The American Numismatic Association (ANA) has announced it’s awarding financial aid and scholarships for young numismatists to attend its 2024 Summer Seminar.
The ANA is also accepting online nominations for its 2024 awards and its Numismatic Hall of Fame.
Last month the International Tennis Federation (ITF) hosted the 2023 Davis Cup Finals in Spain. Rosland has partnered with the ITF to release annual Davis Cup coins, like this ¼-oz gold coin in 2022.
The Commission of Fine Arts has proposed designs for a traditional medal with a design representing the handoff from one Olympics host city to the next, the latest depicting the handoff from Paris (2024) to Los Angeles (2028).
Just in time for holiday travel, the Professional Numismatists Guild has provided tips for traveling safely with valuable coins.
A 1923 Saint-Gaudens $20 double eagle coin was recently used in a college football game as the coin for the corn flip.
An American collector recently purchased a hoard of 942 medieval coins, then immediately donated it to a museum in the Netherlands, the coins’ origin country.
With the holidays around the corner, Rosland Capital CEO Marin Aleksov gives advice for gifting gold and silver coins.
The U.S. Mint has announced its 2024 release dates for nearly two dozen unique numismatic products, including the inaugural commemorative coin honoring Harriet Tubman.