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Minted in 1878 the Morgan dollar is very popular among investors and numismatics. The minting process and toning characteristics make this coins very unique.
The mining of precious metals like gold, silver, and platinum has always been big business, even in its inception by the ancient Egyptians around 2,500 B.C.
Year of the Tiger commemorative coins can be found as gold or silver coins with sizes ranging from 1/20 oz. to 10 kg
The Perth Mint of Australia is a fully-operational mint producing precious metal coinage such as the Kookaburra, Kangaroo, and Koala coins.
The Chinese Panda coin series has become one of the most recognized bullion coins.
Learn more about the life and times of famous coin designer Augustus Saint-Gaudens at GainesvilleCoins.com.
Authorized by the Gold Bullion Coin Act of 1985, the American Gold Eagle Coin was first introduced by the United States Mint in 1986.
Particular concern to the modern investor is the popularization among prominent global economies of the fiat currency.
The Olympic Games offer an amazing opportunity not only for athletes and coin collectors. The tradition of minting commemorative coins was continued this year.
Avid coin collectors value gold coins for their historical and a personal interest, but many are turning their collections into a valuable financial investment.
Don't fall prey to an unethical coin dealer - learn how to protect yourself from scams and fake gold coin purchases with these tips.
Investing in gold bullion stabilizes the outcome of the economic decline and flow. Gold is an excellent asset that cannot be easily inflated like currency.
Hoards of coins have captured the imagination of coin enthusiasts. Lavere Redfield, whose stash of Morgan and Peace dollars exceeded 400,000 coins.
Both the Broker Reporting Act of 1982 and the Gold Bullion Coin Act of 1985 affect numismatists and precious metals investors...
Modern coins have as long and intriguing history as the British Sovereign. Its legendary design has made it a numismatic icon among collectors and investors.
The Canadian Maple Leaf coins are some of the most popular bullion. These coin have gained an outstanding reputation due to their exceptional purity and design.
As the last of the 2009 Lincoln Bicentennial penny was released, the US Mint also revealed the reverse design for the 2010 Lincoln penny.
The Buffalo coin or the “Indian Head nickel,” was first introduced in 1913. The popularity led the government to reintroduce the coin as a collector’s item.
The United State Commemorative Coin Program was started to honor and celebrate significant American people, places, events, and institutions.
International coins collection opportunities for world coins are essentially limitless, ten coins have come to stand out as exceptional investments.
Following the success of the 1982 Chinese Gold Panda Coin, the People’s Republic of China added silver coins to the series in 1983.
The Perth Mint has earned an international reputation for its production of high-quality commemorative and bullion coins.
The Austrian Mint began striking coins in 1194, and in the following 800 years produced coins with unmatched quality and exceptional design.
Savvy investors are turning to coin collecting. The value of precious metals are easily tracked over time, and tend to fluctuate less than other investments.
For numismatists, or coin collectors, this is especially important, as improper cleaning and maintenance techniques can devalue a collection.
Perth Mint produced the Chinese Lunar Series I coins from 1996 to 2007, a twelve year term for each animal was produced in the corresponding year.
Coin dealers and precious metals firms claim that certain coins would be exempt from confiscation, should the United States sink into another national crisis?
The French Angel Coin brings a bit of mystery and magic to the world of numismatics. Augustine Dupré, claimed the angle image was a protective force.
Commemorative coins derive their value from intricate artwork and quality. Creating these coins requires dedication to precision and attention to detail.
Perhaps the greatest reward of coin collecting is that each coin has its own unique beauty and history, and the Mexican Gold Peso is no exception.
The St. Gaudens’ “Double Eagle” coins are held to be the most beautiful coins in US History have long made them a popular item among numismatists.
Derived from the Latin root for “coin” and the Greek for “use under the law,” numismatics is the study of currency and the systems it affects.
From commemorative pieces to legal tender, the history of money has long fascinated historians and numismatists alike.