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.
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.
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.
1974-D Aluminum Penny Goes On Display
The one-of-a-kind 1974-D Aluminum Lincoln Cent may not be legal to own but is going on display at the ANA World's Fair of Money this week.
U.S. Platinum Bullion Coin Returns
The American Platinum Eagle, the official U.S. platinum bullion coin, is now being offered by the U.S. Mint for the first time since 2014.
What Do Coins at Gravestones Mean?
Coins have a long history of being used in funerary rituals and spiritual rites. What do coins left at gravestones symbolize in contemporary culture?
U.S. Mint Nixes Gold Buffalo Mint Sheets
The U.S. Treasury Department announced this afternoon that its popular American Gold Buffalo coin will hereafter come in mint tubes rather than mint sheets.
Fake Mutilated U.S. Coins from China
Wealthy Max Ltd., a Chinese firm, is cooperating with the U.S. Mint in a legal battle over whether it (and two other firms) submitted fake mutilated coins.