Tag: Gold Rushes

Rare $5 Bank of Commerce Note Could Fetch $50,000 at Toronto Coin Expo

Rare $5 Bank of Commerce Note Could Fetch $50,000 at Toronto Coin Expo

By  Toronto Coin Expo Geoffrey Bell Auctions Ltd. (GBA) will be offering a number of rare coin and banknote collectibles via floor and Internet bidding on Thursday, September 29 and Friday, September 30. This auction will be held in conjunction with the Toronto Coin Expo happening this weekend on September 30 & October 1. Both […]

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US Mint History – The Story of the Charlotte Mint

US Mint History – The Story of the Charlotte Mint

By Timothy O’Fallon – Gibraltar Coins & Precious Metals …..   The First Gold Rush All the incredible Charlotte Mint coins and the stories that go with them can be traced back to a Sunday in 1799, when a 12-year old boy named Conrad was playing hooky from Church on his dad’s property. Conrad’s dad, […]

Doorstop sets off America’s first Gold Rush!

Doorstop sets off America’s first Gold Rush!

By Littleton Coin Company Writing Team….   Last year , I wrote about a hunk of metal used as a doorstop that turned out to be a rare Carson City die… but what about a 17lb rock that ignited a gold rush? America’s first gold rush didn’t happen in California – it happened in the […]

First Coin Struck on Earth in 2016 Pays Tribute to Australia’s First Sovereign

First Coin Struck on Earth in 2016 Pays Tribute to Australia’s First Sovereign

By the Royal Australian Mint….   With some fans queuing overnight, coin collectors and Canberra public today joined the iconic Royal Australian Mint New Year’s celebrations seeing one lucky collector strike the first coin worldwide in 2016. At the pinnacle yearly event for collectors, the latest gallery press design was unveiled paying tribute to the […]

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US Coins – Collecting Southern American Gold Coins

US Coins – Collecting Southern American Gold Coins

By Jeff Garrett for Numismatic Guaranty Corporation….   The first gold rush that took place in the early 1830s in the American South resulted in the establishment of three new mints and a series of impressive gold coins. Contrary to popular belief, the first significant discovery of gold in America was not in California in […]

PNNA, WCC to host trip to former proposed U.S. Mint site

PNNA, WCC to host trip to former proposed U.S. Mint site

Bus tour to The Dalles will follow ANA’s National Money Show The Pacific Northwest Numismatic Association (PNNA) and the Willamette Coin Club (WCC) have arranged a special all-day bus tour of the former proposed U.S. Mint site at The Dalles, Oregon, following the American Numismatic Association’s Portland National Money Show, to be held at the […]

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The Southern Gold Rush, the Seymour Collection, and Templeton Reid

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The Southern Gold Rush, the Seymour Collection, and Templeton Reid

A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #168 ….. On Friday, May 10, at a convention center in New Orleans, Stack’s-Bowers sold a substantial part of the Dexter Seymour Collection of territorial gold coins, as part of the official auction of the […]

 
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