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  • by CoinWeek IQ
    Acclaimed as one of the most beautiful and artistic numismatic designs ever realized in the United States, the Saint-Gaudens $20 gold double eagle is also one of the most famous of all American coin types. Its existence came only at the insistence […]
  • by Tyler Rossi
    By Tyler Rossi for CoinWeek …..   For many, the Euro Zone is the first single currency union in Europe. But in 1865, Napoleon III introduced the Latin Monetary Union or LMU in an attempt to make the world’s “strongest” currency. His […]
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    More than 5,100 global bidders engaged in eager bidding to drive the total result for the Long Beach Expo US Coins Signature® Auction and US Currency Signature® Auction to $15,787,609 in… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for […]
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    Most precious metals declined on Friday, but they all posted weekly gains — sharp ones for silver and platinum. Gold for December delivery dropped 29.60, or 1.7%, to settle at $1,768.30 an… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website […]
  • by Numismatic News Staff
    It was a relatively quiet week on the new product front. Just a single coin became available to collectors, but it was a much-anticipated one: the 2021 uncirculated 1-ounce gold American Eagle with the new design. The U.S. Mint’s latest sales report […]
  • by Numismatic News Staff
    A new die variety of an 1854 California fractional gold dollar has been discovered by Ken Glickman, an avid collector and researcher of California fractional gold for more than two decades. The new variety has been confirmed by California fractional gold specialists […]
  • by Richard Giedroyc
    There is a lot of interest in circulating commemorative quarters. This is important since it draws the general public into coin collecting. Coin collecting got a huge bonus on Oct. 6 when the U.S. Mint unveiled its first American Women Quarters Program […]