Gold and Silver Laws: Virginia Opens Door for Sound Money
Virginia has become the most recent U.S. state to pass laws or amend the state constitution in order to recognize gold and silver coins as sound money.
New 2018 WWI Commemorative Coin Design Disappoints
Coin collectors have not been thrilled with the designs of the new 2018 World War I commemorative silver dollar, but the coins support a great cause.
Collectors Chase Rare Silver Eagles
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.
On the Immense Popularity of Sacagawea Dollars in Ecuador
As far as commercial use, many had assumed the coins dead, but the Sacagawea dollar has experienced a rebirth in Ecuador.
Royal Dutch Mint's New Gold and Silver Coins
The Royal Dutch Mint is honoring the 400th anniversary of the classic leeunwendaalder design with new silver and gold proof coins.
Fractional Gold Buffalo Coins May Return
The United States Mint is strongly considering bringing back fractional Gold Buffalo coins in 2017 for the first time since 2008.
Mintages Raised for Chinese Silver, Gold Panda Coins
The mintage limits for the Chinese Gold Panda coin have been increased due to strong demand from collectors and investors around the globe.
South Africa Issues Silver, Platinum Krugerrands for 50th Anniversary
The Rand Refinery (South Africa) is expanding its bullion coin program to include one-ounce Silver Krugerrands and Proof Platinum Krugerrands.
New Dollar Coin Series Begins in 2017
Beginning next year, the current Presidential Dollar Coin designs, which have run for the past decade, will be replaced by a new theme: American innovation.