(Tiburon, CA – August 8, 2012) – Last week, legislation was introduced in both the United States Senate and House of Representatives to create an exciting new commemorative coins program to celebrate the centennial of the Panama-Pacific... read more »
(Washington, DC) – Executives of the Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com) warn that the problems of Chinese-made counterfeits of rare coins are getting worse and could soon expand to include fakes of rare bank notes imported... read more »
By Charles Morgan with Hubert Walker
On February 21, 1857, the United States Congress passed An Act relating to Foreign Coins and to the Coinage of Cents at the Mint of the United States. The Act set the rate at which foreign... read more »
Last year the numismatic community stood united in helping defeat House Bill 206 in the Maryland General Assembly, which would have repealed the Sales Tax Exemption for Precious Metal Bullion and Coins.
We are grateful for the way the coin community... read more »
By Louis Golino for Coin Week
Major print and broadcast media seldom focus on coins. But in the past two weeks the news media has devoted considerable attention to an issue that coin collectors are well aware of, namely, the oversupply of... read more »
President Obama late Thursday signed into law legislation repealing the 1099 reporting provision enacted as part of the healthcare reform bill.
Several insurance industry trade groups issued statements lauding the president’s decision.
The... read more »
Eloise Ullman, Executive Director of ICTA (INDUSTRY COUNCIL FOR TANGIBLE ASSETS) discusses legislative efforts important to the numismatic industry, including Chinese Counterfeits.
ICTA is the national trade association for all who have an interest... read more »