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Modern Coin Mart has partnered with the renowned Commonwealth Mint to bring not one, but three, gorgeous coins issued by Fiji that feature stunning Eagle designs with a striking Ruthenium blackened finish that truly allows the fearsome eagle to pop off the coin. Keep reading to learn more about the three releases and their prolific designer, Joel Iskowitz.
Although the coins of the Royal Mint are well known to collectors, many important facts about it are often overlooked. Here are a few things that you may not know about one of the world’s most respected mints.
Throughout human history gold has been used as a display of wealth and beauty in coins, jewelry and art. Nothing else captures the imagination or the sense of adventure like a treasure hunt for natural gold nuggets. Keep reading to find out about some of the most dazzling gold nugget discoveries of all time!
Quarters were first struck by the United States Mint in 1796 and have gone through many iconic design changes over the course of their history. Read more to learn about the storied legacy of the Quarter.
The Perth Mint is releasing five coins to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing, and Australia’s essential, although often overlooked, role in this historic event.
Over the years, the West Point Mint has admirably served the Numismatic community by producing a number of iconic, noteworthy, and highly sought-after releases.
Whether you are new to coin collecting, or have been at it for decades, a good library of reference books is essential. While there is an abundance of information online, there is no substitute for having your own numismatic library.
The Perth Mint, located in Western Australia, enjoys one of the finest reputations in the numismatic world today. They have some of the highest standards of design and craftsmanship, their technical prowess is second to none in the minting of high-quality coins, medals, bars and numismatic products
Next year the U.S. Mint will release a 24 karat, ¼ oz gold coin with a $10-denomination and an accompanying 1 oz silver medal to mark the 400th anniversary, or quadricentennial, of the landing in Plymouth, Massachusetts of a group of pilgrims from England in late 1620.
For the first time, hundreds of coin dealers and collectors plan to drop more than a million classic American coins like Buffalo nickels, Eisenhower dollars and more into circulation to spark greater interest in numismatics. The change in your pocket could be worth more than you know!