May 2023 News Digest
A man in Germany found a small treasure of gold bars and coins worth $147,000 while cleaning out a property.
Rosland released a new 1-kilo gold coin commemorating the winners of past Formula 1® Drivers Championships.
Rosland is excited to expand its collection of gold coins that feature pieces from the ancient Lewis Chessmen from the British Museum with this new Bishop ¼-oz gold coin.
To honor King Charles’ coronation, a new silver coin is being released with the traditional image of the crowned sovereign.
New Zealand has issued two silver and four gold coins to commemorate King Charles’ coronation.
Rosland CEO Marin Aleksov discusses the common uses for platinum.
The Franklin Half Dollar is celebrating its 75th year in circulation.
A collection of gold coins going back as far as the Civil War discovered in 2020 finally sold at a record-breaking price.
The first Dr. Sally Ride quarter struck on an incorrect planchet was auctioned at the end of April.
Learn about the roles that gold, silver, platinum, and palladium play in creating a more sustainable future, in this article from Rosland CEO Marin Aleksov.
Test your numismatic knowledge with this video from Coin Week that lets users guess the grade of an 1856 Gold Dollar “Upright 5”.
This year’s International Convention of Historians and Numismatists will be held in Santo Domingo and registration has now opened.
The American Numismatic Association (ANA) recently debuted a new webinar series called “NumismaTalks” hosted by a variety of industry leaders covering a number of topics related to coin collecting.
The Trade dollar, created by the U.S. Mint in 1873 is extremely rare, so naturally it has become a target for counterfeit coins.
The coins of Rosland’s Lewis Chessmen gold coin set are showcased in this video.
New York officials returned over $20 million of historic relics to Greece that had been smuggled and trafficked illegally, including a coin depicting Julius Caesar which had previously been sold for $3.5 million.