With the discovery of a new document from 1792 that throws light on an area little known in the past, it is time to do a study of the 1792 coinage from the perspective of what we now know about such matters.
The Lissner collection of world coins will be sold Aug. 1-2 at the Chicago Marriott O’Hare, just prior to the annual summer convention of the American Numismatic Association in Rosemont, Ill.
A record price of nearly $870,000 was achieved May 8 when a proof 1937 Edward VIII gold sovereign was sold in London by AH. Baldwin & Sons Ltd.
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.
Sales of the proof 2014 gold Buffalo got off to a fast start May 8.
An Arizona woman faces long sentence in connection with the theft of more than $100,000 in gold coins from a former boyfriend.
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.
A visit with Ursula Kampmann: founder, editor, and publisher of the online numismatic English-language weekly magazine, “CoinsWeekly,” and its German-language counterpart, “MünzenWoche.”
There is a big gray area between bullion and numismatic coins that numerous Pandas fit into.
A Province of Salzburg silver 10 euros is the fifth issue in the Children Series.