Amid a rash of merger and acquisition activity in the gold mining sector, two industry titans have scrapped plans for a possible merger and will instead enter a limited joint venture in Nevada.
The California wildfires last year destroyed hundreds of homes, wiping out an incredible amount of possessions. However, one man's coin collection was recovered and restored after the fire thanks to NGC.
There are few shipwrecks in the history of the United States that rival the magnitude of the S.S. Central America. Ongoing salvage efforts have yielded a wealth of new silver coins recovered from the wreck that are now up for auction.
There were several multimillion-dollar auction prices realized at the annual Florida United Numismatists (FUN) coin show in Orlando. The rare coin market appears strong, and has been especially healthy in comparison to other asset classes.
After offering a $50,000 grand prize to the winner of a scavenger hunt for a gold coin in Singapore last year, the same group is raising the prize to twice as much, promising $100,000 to the winner.
Thursday is the traditional Thanksgiving holiday in the United States. Check out some interesting facts about this annual celebration, including its origins and history over the centuries.
After years of speculation and suspicions that big banks engaged in manipulating gold and silver prices, a guilty plea by a JPMorgan trader has placed the topic into mainstream discourse.
The United States Mint has released its popular American Silver Eagle and American Gold Eagle coins again for 2019. These coins are intended as a vehicle for investors to gain exposure to physical precious metals.
Forrest Fenn supposedly hid a treasure chest of gold in the wilderness of New Mexico. Fenn provides clues to its location, but it's never been found. Last week, a man was arrested for attempting to burglarize Fenn's house in search of the treasure.
A pair of treasure hunters in Pennsylvania are skeptical about an FBI investigation into lost Civil War gold supposedly buried in the area. What, if anything, did the authorities find?