Gold & Silver News - June 2023 | Rosland Capital



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June 2023 News Digest

Jun 14, 2023
  • Whitman Publishing has released its latest Guide Book of United States coins, known as the “Red Book”, which provides information on US coins issued 1729 through today.

  • With recent rains on the West Coast, “flood gold” is returning to California’s riverbeds, previously depleted after the Gold Rush.

  • A 1919 Philadelphia Mint Lincoln one-cent coin set a new auction record for U.S. small cents.

  • A widow in England discovered her late husband’s unexpected collection of more than 1,000 historic gold coins from several different countries.

  • Rosland CEO Marin Aleksov talks about starting a coin collection - from organizing to displaying.

  • A coin’s mintage can impact its demand, price, scarcity, and appeal.

  • Rosland’s latest PGA TOUR gold coin celebrates the 2022 Presidents Cup at Quail Hollow.

  • A new coin highlighted at CIT showcases a brand new coin shaped like a spinning top with a spiral pattern and pointed center.

  • The St. Gaudens Victory Statue, usually located at NYC’s Central Park, is going on tour at the American Numismatic Association 2023 Pittsburgh World’s Fair of Money.

  • A recent counterfeit submission to NGC revealed a fake 1941 Seated Liberty silver dollar, highlighting the challenges in spotting counterfeits.

  • New legislation introduces a four-coin program to celebrate the 2028 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles, including gold $5 coins, silver dollars, and copper-nickel clad half dollars, with surcharges to support athletics.

  • A hoard of nearly 300 silver coins believed to be over 1,000 years old and from multiple origins was unearthed near a Viking fortress site in Denmark by a girl metal detecting in a corn field.