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The U.S. Mint recently announced details of their scheduled offerings for 2021. While this article does not encompass everything the United States Mint will release in 2021, here’s what collectors may want to keep in mind, so far.
The number of exemplary coins sold for more than $1 million has continued to grow over the past 20 years. Within that broader category are the most expensive coins, those which have brought more than $5 million each!
The American Gold Eagle series was introduced in 1986. The series remains popular with collectors either because of, or despite, rising gold prices.
Considered the first local, voluntary currency to be made of spendable, beautiful, physical gold, Goldbacks would make a unique addition to any collection, especially for those who prize intricate designs rendered in gold.
American Silver Eagles serve as the backbone of many collections around the world. Here are some of the key dates that even some of the most avid collectors have not yet managed to add to their collections.
The United States Mint recently confirmed that all 1986 and 1987 bullion American Silver Eagles were struck at the fabled San Francisco Mint!
Part of Australia's allure is the knowledge that deadly creatures are always close – often closer than people realize. In 2020, the Royal Australian Mint launched the Australia's Most Dangerous Coin Series to highlight some of these terrifying animals on .999 fine silver rounds.
This November, the United States Mint will issue four special numismatic products to pay tribute to the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II which changed the American nation and the world in countless ways.
February 12, 2021, marks the start of Chinese New Year celebrations throughout Asia and the beginning of the Year of the Ox.
Have you seen rhodium plated coins recently and wondered what exactly rhodium was and where it fits in the scheme of more traditional metals like gold and silver? Keep reading to learn more!