March 2022 News Digest
Rosland CEO Marin Aleksov talks about the many uses of platinum.
The Perth Mint releases a “Year of the Tiger” silver coin for 2022 celebrating Lunar New Year.
The first silver dollar coin struck by the United States was recently acquired for $12 million!
A UK man discovered a gold coin from the 13th century, now worth almost $900,000, on a metal detecting trip with his children.
As Americans see prices increase, Rosland contributor Lawrie Williams covers how rapid inflation affects gold.
Learn about the establishment of mints in North Carolina and Georgia in the 19th century.
Discover some of the most popular precious metals mints and brands.
King Tutankhamun’s belongings, including many gold relics, is to be displayed at the Grand Egyptian Museum starting in late 2022.
Originally minted in 1936 in San Francisco, these rare Chinese silver coins are examples from China’s transition from a silver to fiat currency.
The Royal Mint is auctioning a rare “pattern piece” celebrating the Una and Lion coin design this month.
Coin collecting and numismatics is becoming more and more popular among young people.
A gold coin from the Roman Empire featuring assassinated emperor Volusianus has been found in Hungary.
What is an “object biography”? It’s a scholarly method of researching the changing relationships between peoples and things – and is commonly used to study coinage throughout the ancient world.
The Croatian National Bank recently released its first colored gold and silver coins to celebrate the Dalmatian dog which originated in Croatia’s Dalmatia region.
A UK metal detectorist recently discovered a rare gold “leopard” coin from 1344.