July 2021 News Digest
Scholarships are now available for the Coin University program in San Francisco.
A 1730 Mexico City-struck cob 8 reales Royal sold for $102,000.
Along with lithium, nickel and cobalt, platinum is specifically mentioned in the China State Council’s New Energy Vehicle Industrial Development Plan (2021-2035).
Krugerrand gold coins are among the rare coins valued at approximately $5,000 that Ronnie Baugh reported stolen in a dispute with the bank housing his trust fund.
A platinum mine in Siberia is set to receive $7.8 billion in financing from Russian banks.
Precious metals expert Lawrie Williams examines the pivotal factors that may weigh on gold’s market performance through the remainder of 2021.
Some US coin prices have soared due to recent changes in supply and demand.
In June, the only 1933 Saint-Gaudens $20 Gold Double Eagle that is legal to be owned by a private party was sold for $18.87 million.
Enduro Metals discovered palladium in a Burgundy 72-foot drill core.
Ancient coins discovered by a Florida State University team are now on display in an Italian exhibition.
Jeff Garrett of the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation makes the case for considering Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles as a prime-candidate starter coin.
In this blog article, Rosland Capital CEO Marin Aleksov looks at a few of the many uses of platinum.
Rosland Capital CEO Marin Aleksov discusses five of the most popular precious metal mints and brands to consider when you’re in the market for premium and bullion coins and bars.