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We take a close look at special coin series and lay out the details in black & white.
Why Were Some $20 Double Eagles Struck Without The IN GOD WE TRUST Motto? Here’s The Fascinating Story
Monday, 05 December 2016
The $20 Saint-Gaudens double eagle is one of the most beloved of all United States coins. First minted in 1907, these beautiful gold coins were made by the United States Mint for more than a quarter century, until President Franklin Delano Roosevelt abolished the Gold Standard during the Great Depression in 1933.Millions of U.S. gold coins were mad...
Why I Love Collecting Mint Sets
Saturday, 05 November 2016
I've enjoyed collecting United States Mint uncirculated coin sets since the 1990s. Uncirculated sets, often referred to as mint sets, are collectible sets of coins packaged by officials at the United States Mint. What comes in a mint set, and why are they so enjoyable to collect?A mint set is a set of coins from a given year that generally contains...
Silver Mexican Pesos Are Beautiful American Alternative to U.S., Canada Silver Dollars
Wednesday, 02 November 2016
Many hobbyists enjoy collecting classic Morgan and Peace silver dollars from the United States or Canadian silver dollars from the mid 20th century bearing the likenesses of King George V, King George VI, or Queen Elizabeth II. But it seems far fewer coin collectors consider the world crown-sized silver beauties from Mexico. The coins of Mexico sho...
The Joys Of Collecting World Crowns
Tuesday, 25 October 2016
I, like many other coin collectors, enjoy world crowns. They're beautiful coins with high silver content and relatively affordable prices.By no means are crowns an economically efficient vehicle for buying bullion – silver bars and traditional bullion coins are, gram for gram, cheaper for silver stackers by far. Still, world silver crowns are among...
4 Bullion Coin Buys Collectors Will Love, Too
Friday, 16 September 2016
Bullion coins were originally designed for metals investors who want to store gold and silver in an easily manageable and accessible form. Yet, over the last few decades, gold and silver bullion coins have become a popular area for diehard numismatists. Whether United States silver and gold bullion or world bullion, coin collectors are increasingly...
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