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Residents of Bellingham, Washington got a surprise this past Easter Sunday when precious metals were found in hundreds of plastic eggs hidden around the city! Read details from MCM.
The history of American coinage mirrors and reflects the history of the American nation and its people. ModernCoinMart is proud to offer a vast selection of U.S. coins from colonial to modern times.
Fall is here. For most, tailgating, football, hockey, color tours, pumpkins, Halloween, and perhaps surprisingly, coin collecting all come to mind as the air becomes crisp and the leaves give us their brilliant annual show. Learn more about coins to consider as gifts or as seasonal additions to your collection to get you ready for this celebrated time of year at ModernCoinMart (MCM).
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!
Adolph Weinman's numismatic legacy cannot be understated. His designs were and continue to be some of the most recognizable and prized among collectors, such as the obverse of the beloved American Silver Eagle, and both faces of the recently debuted American Palladium Eagle series-which is getting its first reverse proof variety in September.
While the official Year of the Rat does not start until January of 2020, the Perth Mint is already kicking off their Lunar Series III with the first coins of the new cycle, featuring the clever, rat.
In 1961, President John F. Kennedy challenged NASA to put a man on the moon by the end of the decade. The mission lasted eight days and landed not one, but two men, on the face of the moon. Here are some incredible, true facts about the mission.
The Woodstock Music and Art Fair was arguably the most famous and influential of the 1960s music festivals. It occurred over August 15–18, 1969. 2019 Marks the 50th anniversary of the legendary festival. Keep reading to learn some far-out factoids that you might not know about three days of peace and music.
A coin hoard is a mass of coins that typically was buried or hidden. The intent of the owner is to return to recover the hoard, perhaps after a battle or after pillagers have passed. From the perspective of collector's, these stashes of wealth are really buried treasure and they give insight to the times during which they were buried.
Even as the world has increasingly turned to paper and plastic, it is coins that represent real wealth. That is why they often play pivotal roles in movies. Here are just a few examples of cases in which coins played an important part in major films ranging from classic black and white films to recent Netflix releases.