November 2022 News Digest
Originally produced in Austria during the 16th century, the Austrian One Ducat Gold Coin is one of Rosland’s many coin offerings.
In October, the Royal Canadian Mint and Central Bank of Barbados won the IACA award for “Best New Commemorative or Test Circulating Coin” with their $1 coin that glows in the dark!
A collection of 44 gold coins from the Byzantine Empire was recently found hidden in a wall. Learn why someone may have hid these coins in a wall.
Rosland CEO Marin Aleksov explores working toward a more sustainable precious metals industry.
The U.S. Mint recently released the Franklin Pierce Presidential Silver Medal, which is part of a collection that includes coins featuring several of our nation’s early presidents.
The U.K. Royal Mint just released its first portrait of King Charles III as part of a special commemorative coin series that honors the life of Queen Elizabeth II.
Rosland Capital is happy to feature the South African Krugerrand Gold coin as part of its gold bullion collection.
A new Michael Schumacher coin joins Rosland’s Formula 1® collection for 2022. A portion of sales goes to support Schumacher’s Keep Fighting Foundation.
The Seattle Art Museum is now featuring several classical numismatic coins, like the Athenian tetradrachm and silver decadrachm from Syracuse.
In late September, the U.S. Mint announced its latest addition to the Armed Forces Silver Medals Program, with the 2022 coin honoring the U.S. Coast Guard.
Archeologists recently discovered a hoard of Islamic-era gold and silver coins behind an Egyptian temple.
Learn more about how to best care for your coins in this blog by Rosland CEO Marin Aleksov.