Significant economic developments last week that should have people worried.
The state of Texas recently expanded its rare coin and bullion sales tax exemption to all transactions and not just those at or above a $1,000 threshold.
It is time for nominations for the 2014 Numismatic Ambassadors.
Professional Numismatists Guild accepts intern applications
Fallen heroes of 9/11 will be honored with Congressional gold medals.
The one thing you can count on about the numismatic markets is that they are always changing.
An Arizona woman faces long sentence in connection with the theft of more than $100,000 in gold coins from a former boyfriend.
Sales of the proof 2014 gold Buffalo got off to a fast start May 8.
A newly discovered example of an 1817 “7” over “4” Capped Bust half dollar will be offered at the Stack’s Bowers World’s Fair of Money auction in August.
While the physical silver inventories held by the SLV exchange-traded fund appear to have increased by 25 million ounces in roughly the past two years, there are two significant declines in other silver inventories that could point to a developing shortage.