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2016 has been a big year for the China Silver Pandas. Not only has the series received a different design as usual, but the coins now have changes to their silver weight! 2016 Silver Pandas have been resized to gram weights instead of their normal Troy oz. What do these changes mean for collectors? What's in store for future releases? What can you buy now? Find out, along with information about NGC graded first of 30,000 Struck Silver Pandas!
Since its debut in 2007, the Australian Koala bullion coin has been very popular in the numismatic community. What will 2016 bring for this popular coin?
The Australian Wedge Tailed Eagle series, which debuted in 2014, was welcomed by the numismatic community. John Mercanti played a significant role in the two designs and three releases for this series. What will the New Year have in store for this new series?
2016 marks the 10th anniversary of the American Gold Buffalo $50 1 oz. .9999 gold coin.
The New Zealand Mint has produced a new coin series to commemorate the newly released The Force Awakens.
The incredible designs represent the legendary role that the U.S. Marshals Service had in the Old West, and pays tribute to the servicemen who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty.
On November 30 the U.S. Mint began selling the bullion version of the 2015 Saratoga National Historical Park 5 oz. silver coin to its network of authorized purchasers, who distribute the coins within the marketplace. This coin is the fifth and final release for 2015 of the 5-oz. silver America the Beautiful coin series. That same day, just a couple hours after orders began to be taken, the Mint report it had already sold out of its entire allocation of 45,000 of these coins.
2016 is a very special year for both of the Gold and Silver flagship bullion programs which began in 1986 and which will mark their 30th anniversary in 2016. Collectors are hoping the U.S. Mint will issue a special set for this occasion that includes a new, unique variety of each coin.
Setting what appeared to be a record for the fastest sellout of a modern U.S. gold or platinum coin, the 2015-W American Platinum Eagle proof coin was marked as “unavailable” in less than ten minutes from the time it went on sale. Not long after that, the Mint reported on its Facebook page in response to a question from a customer that the coins are, indeed, sold out.
Explore the difference between the 2009 Ultra High Relief and the 2015 American Liberty High Relief gold coins.