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September 2022 News Digest

Sep 01, 2022
  • To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the last Walking Liberty half dollar, the British Virgin Islands government is releasing a new $1 silver bullion coin.
  • The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has approved a November release date for small units of new smaller units of gold coins in such denominations as a tenth ounce, quarter ounce, and half ounce.
  • The Royal Canadian Mint honors Oscar Peterson, Canada’s legendary jazz pianist, with a new $1 circulation coin.
  • Silver in various forms can be used to potentially help in safeguarding your assets, but in order to help protect its value it’s important to store your silver correctly.
  • An upcoming auction includes a collection of rare error coins, with unusual die varieties that sometimes happen in coinmaking.
  • A 1,850-year-old Roman coin was discovered off Israel’s coast.
  • The Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin led worldwide gold sales in the 1990s. This beautiful gold coin features Vienna’s concert hall’s famous organ, along with detailed illustrations of other orchestral instruments.
  • The American Numismatic Society displayed $100 million of rare coins and sunken treasure at the Chicago World’s Fair of Money.
  • Counterfeit coins have been around since the first coinage in 650 BCE. Learn about how these ancient coins were made.
  • As cryptocurrency’s popularity is on the rise, many have been comparing gold and Bitcoin. Rosland CEO Marin Aleksov covers the potential benefits of each.
  • People have been collecting coins since the Renaissance. Many collectors accumulate coins to help preserve history.