News about numismatics and coin collecting in general
Demand for the new 2018 Proof Palladium Eagle coin from the United States Mint was so strong that the coin reached its maximum purchase limit of 15,000 within minutes of going on sale.
Now that we are aware of the existence of 2015 (P) American Silver Eagle coins, collectors have shown great interest in these special variety coins.
A select portion of the collectible items that fall under exonumia exhibit an eye-catching artistic effect of "pop-out" high relief known as repoussé.
The United States Mint is strongly considering bringing back fractional Gold Buffalo coins in 2017 for the first time since 2008.
Collectors are rediscovering the rarity of politically-charged medals issued by numismatist Thomas L. Elder in the early 20th century.
The saga of the only known 1974-D aluminum cent reached a conclusion today, when the mythical coin was turned over to US Mint authorities.
The 1933 Double Eagle is perhaps America's most prized numismatic item. The Langbord family is in court to regain 10 of these ultra-rare double eagle coins.
The U.S. Mint plans to strike gold versions of three classic 1916 coin designs in 2016. However, the mint should consider striking the coins in silver, too.
Find out more about how Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of America's most beloved artists and sculptors, helped influence a generation of U.S. coin designers.