Tag: Legal tender

CoinWeek News Wire for March 17, 2017

CoinWeek News Wire for March 17, 2017

By Coinweek ….   CoinWeek News Wire for March 17, 2017 Brain Food 1.) All you need to know about the new £1 coin The new £1 coin is within striking distance as The Royal Mint makes preparations for it entering circulation in two weeks’ time… 2.) What you should know about Singapore’s proposed new […]

2016 Year in Review 4K Video – The Year’s Top Coin News

2016 Year in Review 4K Video – The Year’s Top Coin News

CoinWeek takes a look back at 2016 and picks the five most consequential coin news stories of the year. From the record breaking sale of the coins of the D. Brent Pogue Family Coin Collection, to the discovery of 1964 Morgan dollar hubs, to issues concerning the legality of collecting ancient coins… all these stores and […]

Ron Drzewucki’s Bullion Sales Tax Series, State by State: Pt. 4

Ron Drzewucki’s Bullion Sales Tax Series, State by State: Pt. 4

By Ron Drzewucki – www.moderncoinwholesale.com …..   Links to Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 In the U.S., sales tax is levied on a state and local level, so there is no one rule that fits all precious metal purchases. The complications wrought by conflict between the tax laws applying to the buyer […]

CoinWeek to Deliver Presentation at World Mint Directors Conference in Bangkok

CoinWeek to Deliver Presentation at World Mint Directors Conference in Bangkok

By Charles Morgan for CoinWeek ….   To our readers, a quick note: For the next week I will be in Bangkok, Thailand, site of the 2016 World Mint Director’s Conference. CoinWeek was invited to deliver a presentation at the conference and our topic will be on Modern Coins and the Secondary Market for these issues. […]

CoinWeek Podcast 24: Issues Surrounding Legal Tender of Canadian Commemorative Coins – Audio: 19:02

CoinWeek Podcast 24: Issues Surrounding Legal Tender of Canadian Commemorative Coins – Audio: 19:02

CoinWeek Podcast #24: Issues Surrounding Legal Tender of Canadian Commemorative Coins In this episode of the CoinWeek Podcast, CoinWeek teams up with Canadian Coin News, the premier source of information about the Canadian numismatic market, to discuss “legal tender” and the issues that Canadian collectors have encountered over the years when they tried to redeem […]

How The Royal Mint  is Attempting to Redefine “Legal Tender” for Collector Coins

How The Royal Mint is Attempting to Redefine “Legal Tender” for Collector Coins

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek ……   Royal Mint Refusal to Redeem Commemorative Coins at Face Value Calls Into Question Value of Modern Collector Issues from the UK The Royal Mint of the United Kingdom, one of the world’s leading mints and manufacturers of circulating and commemorative coins, has established a disturbing […]

Bank of Israel Issues Legal Tender Coins Honoring 60th Anniversary of Yad Vashem

Bank of Israel Issues Legal Tender Coins Honoring 60th Anniversary of Yad Vashem

Museums serving as reminders of the Holocaust are found in many parts of the western world, but there is just one, Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, to which they are all compared. It is the pioneer of Holocaust Museums world-wide, and one which since its inception in 1953, has dedicated itself to recovering the names and identities of every […]

Returning to Gold Standards?

Returning to Gold Standards?

CNBC’s Larry Kudlow talks with Utah Rep. Brad Galvez on whether bringing gold and silver coins back as legal tender would strengthen the Dollar. Legislation is presently being discussed in Utah, Colorado, Montana, Washington, Iowa, Oklahoma, Missouri, New Hampshire, Indiana, Virginia, Tennessee, South Carolina and Georgia. Under the proposals, Gold and Silver coin, minted by […]

Anyone For Real Gold and Silver Circulating Coins?

Anyone For Real Gold and Silver Circulating Coins?

By Richard Schwary, California Numismatic Investments A return to the gold standard and circulating legal tender coins made from real gold and silver has been talked about since we stopped making gold coins for circulation in 1933 and silver coins for circulation in 1964. Behind this talk was the notion that since we stopped making […]

 
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