The beginner's guide to everything coins and bullion.
Current and accurate modern coin mintage information.
Introduced simultaneously in 1986, the American Silver Eagle and American Gold Eagle -were both intended to create an American bullion coin that would compete with similar coins from other world mints. However, they soon became much more than that.
Due to the shutdowns and the limited in-person business transactions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, physical currency has circulated at an extremely low rate, leading to a “coin shortage.”
The eagerly awaited new 2021 Silver Eagle reverse design created by Emily Damstra debuts in mid-2021. The new reverse design was scultped by Michael Gaudioso, but who is he and what exactly is his role in the new design?
Jennie Norris designed the American Gold Eagle new reverse, but the sculpting job was assigned to Renata Gordon. Who is Renata Gordon, and what role will she play as the American Gold Eagle sculptor? Read more below to find out!
The American Silver Eagle series has featured the iconic heraldic eagle reverse design created by John Mercanti since it was first issued in 1986. In mid-2021 a new reverse design, created by Emily Damstra, will debut, but who is she and why was her design chosen? Learn more below!
At some point during 2021 the Classic Family of Eagles American Gold Eagle reverse design will be replaced by a new eagle design created by Jennie Norris, a highly accomplished artist, and passionate conservationist. Read more to learn about Jennie Norris!
The American Silver Eagle series has firmly established itself since its debut in 1986 as one of the most widely collected modern U.S. silver coins. Interest in the series has been even higher than usual recently.
Gold slips back under $1,800 on Treasury yields this morning. The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield hit a high of 1.42%, its highest since February 2020, in turn U.S. stocks fell with the Dow off by over 100 points just after the opening bell.
Spot platinum traded near six year early Friday driven by green energy initiatives and a supply disruption at a major refinery.
In 1971, the United States Mint resumed striking $1 coins for the first time since 1935, when the last Peace dollars were made. The Eisenhower Dollar, or Ike Dollar, was a tribute to World War II general and former President General Dwight D. Eisenhower.