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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.
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.
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.
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.
Join ModernCoinMart in celebrating this iconic brand with officially licensed Coca-Cola Bottle Cap-shaped silver coins!
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.
Phebe Hemphill is a prolific American medallic sculptor and designer who has been on the sculpting-engraving staff of the United States Mint since 2006.
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).
In 1990, the Perth Mint unveiled its inaugural silver bullion series, the Australian Kookaburra. Now celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2020, while the series has undergone many changes in its rich history, its allure remains constant.
When it comes to modern U.S. coins, rarity as defined solely by a coin’s mintage usually matters less than the rarity of a particular coin relative to the other coins in its series.
Here are arguably the five top examples of modern U.S coins that are likely to remain in demand indefinitely and in most cases may remain the key date coins within their respective series.