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Without a doubt, one of this year’s numismatic highlights was the release of the newest addition to the menu of offerings from the U.S. Mint, the American Palladium Eagle coin; read further to find out why on ModernCoinMart.com.
The modern coin grading system started in 1949 with the Sheldon Scale, but what about the grading of ancient coins? Ancient coins are graded on a related scale, but adjectival terms are used instead of numeric grades. Read further to gain a better understanding of the grading of Ancient Coins!
The American Numismatic Association (ANA) held the biggest event of the numismatic year, running from August 14 - 18 at the Philadelphia Convention Center. Businesses, hobbyists, and experts gathered together to share, learn and collaborate about their favorite hobby: coin collecting.
In 2017, South Africa celebrated the 50th anniversary of the world’s first modern gold bullion coin, the famous Gold Krugerrand, with the new release of the first-ever Silver Krugerrand coin.
Whether you are a gold stacker, or someone who enjoys putting together sets of gold coins, these are the four gold coins that you need!
Many coins serve as beautiful reminders of the honor and service of military members. Make them a part of your collection from MondernCoinMart.com.
Over the past several decades, there have been many advancements in the techniques and technologies used to create coins, especially those produced specifically for collectors. As a result, today’s coin collectors have a greater and more diverse range of coins to collect than ever before. Read the article to find out more about the evolution of coin minting.
Coin Collecting is considered the world’s oldest and most rewarding hobby of them all. Read the article to discover some of the more notable coin collectors and their rare coin collections.
The history of the Penny goes back over 1,200 years ago, as the first pennies were made all the way back in 790 A.D. Read the article and take a journey through the historical roadmap of the Penny.
Throughout American history, tens of thousands of ships have been lost at sea. Read the article to learn which notable sunken treasures were discovered!