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Africa's newest silver bullion coin has been 50 years in the making. Take a look at the iconic Krugerrand design struck in .999 silver for the very first time!
Each year, the United States Mint releases two congressionally-authorized commemorative coin programs. In 2017, one of those programs features the centennial of the founding of Boys Town with the issue of three coins: a gold half eagle, a silver dollar, and a clad half dollar.
Collectors coins can be highly valued by collectors around the world for a variety of different aspects. What exactly are those aspects and why are they so appealing? Find out, and consider purchasing some for your own collection!
Stacking precious metals like silver and gold is fun and, in some cases, can even prove quite valuable. Before placing your first order, you should be sure you understand how precious metal coins, bars, and rounds differ. Regardless of the metal they are struck from, the distinction can make all the difference in current value and future salability.
According to the Chinese calendar, 2017 begins The Year of the Rooster. Mints around the world have struck coins to commemorate this 4,500 year old tradition. Learn about The Year of the Rooster and find out what you can get at MCM.
Collectors have greeted a proposed series of $1 coins commemorating American Innovations from the U.S. Mint with a somewhat mixed reaction. Find out more, as we discuss what happened to $1 coins, what exactly the proposed $1 coins are, and why the reaction to the act has been mixed.
To be a successful precious metals stacker, it is crucial to have an accurate understanding of the many factors that influence the precious metals market. Though it is impossible to predict each major event that causes the market to fluctuate, it can be beneficial for both new and seasoned collectors to read though several of these shaping forces.
Few people have had as much of an influence on coinage and numismatics as Queen Elizabeth II. Her face has been present on the obverse of commonwealth coins all over the world for over 60 years. Explore the history and influence of her Majesty in numismatics.
The U.S. Mint made headlines all over the internet when they officially unveiled designs of their 225th Anniversary commemorative coin – the 2017 $100 1 oz. High Relief Proof Gold American Liberty. For the first time in the history of coinage, Lady Liberty was depicted with African-American ethnicity.
Buried treasure is something that still exists today. Whether it is ancient Roman coins in Europe, Classic American coin in the U.S., or some other instance of accumulated wealth lost to time, coin hoards that have been found throughout the years can represent centuries of forgotten history.