Sometimes coins are graded “About Uncirculated” when damage is due from something like a weak strike instead of wear.
A $10,000 bill and $20 coin just set records at a Texas auction, each going for nearly half a million dollars.
A first edition of the first numismatic book, from 1514, has been donated to the American Numismatic Association and will now be housed at their library in Colorado Springs, CO.
On our Gold IRAs page is our interactive Required Minimum Distribution Calculator which can be used to estimate your RMD based on your inputs.
The Pobjoy Mint has created a new 50p series to recognize King Charles III’s 75th birthday, featuring different buildings with significance to his life.
Non-profit Friends of the National World War II Memorial has partnered with the U.S. Mint to develop a three-coin set known as the Greatest Generation Commemorative Coins.
CIT’s latest coin releases include innovative designs that include features like topography and unique use of color.
The American Precious Metals Exchange (APMEX) has released the latest coin in Nieu’s Icons of Inspiration series, honoring Thomas Edison.
A coin collection found in a Boston garage was featured at Heritage's Boston Collection US Coins Showcase auction, with enough unique items to generate nearly a million dollars.
Two Norfolk detectorists discovered Roman coins dating back as far as AD 196 and linked to a hoard discovered in 1970.
Stack’s Bowers Galleries and Professional Coin Grading Service recently announced that they are rolling out a new grading service known as Collectible Market Qualified (CMQ).
The East India Company recently created a basketball-sized coin honoring Queen Elizabeth II composed of 24-carat gold and diamonds.