Archive for: US Mint

The Coin Analyst: U.S. Mint Announces Release of Gettysburg 5 oz Coin as Collectors Ponder Future of the ATB Series

The Coin Analyst: U.S. Mint Announces Release of Gettysburg 5 oz Coin as Collectors Ponder Future of the ATB Series

by Louis Golino for Coin Week On August 30 the U.S. Mint’s online list of upcoming products was updated to include the first 2011 collector version in the five-ounce silver America the Beautiful (ATB) coin series. The coin, which will be released... read more »

 

ANA Press Conference: United States Mint

ANA Press Conference: United States Mint

Rosie Rios, United States Treasurer Treasurer Rios introduces herself to ANA convention goers and answers questions from the crowd. She talks about the future of the dollar coin and dollar bill, whether a new Mint Director has been chosen, status... read more »

 

Video: 1804 Silver Dollar Electrotype Certified by PCGS

Video: 1804 Silver Dollar Electrotype Certified by PCGS

David Lisot interviews H. Robert Campbell and Mark Ferguson. Bob Campbell owns one of four know 1804 dollar electrotypes that has recently been certified by PCGS. These issues have been known for years but this is the first time a major grading... read more »

 

New Type of 1804 Dollar Certified by PCGS at 2011 ANA Convention

New Type of 1804 Dollar Certified by PCGS at 2011 ANA Convention

By Mark Ferguson for CoinWeek – MFrarecoins.com/1804Dollar.com A new type of the 1804 Dollar, which is often referred to as “The King of American Coins,” was certified by PCGS at the 2011 American Numismatic Association World’s... read more »

 

U.S. Mint Announces October Release of 25th Anniversary Silver Eagle Set

U.S. Mint Announces October Release of 25th Anniversary Silver Eagle Set

by Louis Golino for Coin Week For several years collectors of American silver eagles have speculated about whether the U.S. Mint would issue a limited edition set of American silver eagles to mark the coin’s 25th anniversary in 2011. The... read more »

 

The Coin Analyst: U.S. Mint Suspends Sales of Gold Commemorative Coins to Develop New Pricing Structure.

The Coin Analyst: U.S. Mint Suspends Sales of Gold Commemorative Coins to Develop New Pricing Structure.

by Louis Golino for Coin Week Within hours of the publication on August 11 of my column on exploding gold prices (http://www.coinweek.com/bullion-report/the-coin-analyst-the-explosion-in-gold-prices-and-the-gold-coin-market/), the U.S. Mint... read more »

 

The Coin Analyst: The Explosion in Gold Prices and the Gold Coin Market

The Coin Analyst: The Explosion in Gold Prices and the Gold Coin Market

by Louis Golino for Coin Week In the past three days (August 8-10) the price of gold has seen the largest percentage and dollar increase ever in such a brief period. Gold has surpassed the $1800 level as I write this article.  This bullish... read more »

 

NGC Certifies 2010-P Yellowstone 5 Ounce Error

NGC Certifies 2010-P Yellowstone 5 Ounce Error

NGC (www.ngccoin.com) has discovered what may be the first error in the America the Beautiful five ounce series. The coin, a 2010-P Yellowstone, has a matte Specimen finish on the Washington side and a brilliant, lustrous finish on the other.... read more »

 

Langbord-Switt 1933 Double Eagles to Remain in Govt Hands

Langbord-Switt 1933 Double Eagles to Remain in Govt Hands

The jury has spoken, and like it or not the ownership of the 10 1933 Double Eagles will remain with the US Government and for at least the time being, be securely held in Fort Knox. The descendants of  Philadelphia jeweler Israel Switt lost... read more »

 

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The fate of ten Switt-Langbord 1933 Double Eagles ($20 gold coins)

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The fate of ten Switt-Langbord 1933 Double Eagles ($20 gold coins)

News and Analysis on scarce coins, markets, and the coin collecting community #62 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds On July 7th, at the U.S. District Court in Philadelphia, a trial began regarding the fate of ten 1933 Double Eagles ($20 gold... read more »

 

US Mint News Roundup – 2011 Proof Buffalo, Grant Presidential Dollar, Platinum Proof Eagle, Yellowstone 5 oz ATB

US Mint News Roundup – 2011 Proof Buffalo, Grant Presidential Dollar, Platinum Proof Eagle, Yellowstone 5 oz ATB

2011 American Buffalo Gold Proof Coin Now Available The United States Mint will begin accepting orders for the 2011 American Buffalo Gold Proof Coin on May 19 at noon Eastern Time (ET). There is no mintage or household order limit for this... read more »

 

US Mint Taken to Task for Outsourcing Bullion Blanks and Attitude

US Mint Taken to Task for Outsourcing Bullion Blanks and Attitude

Four witnesses testifying before House Committee on Financial Services Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology agreed that the US MINT loses at least one third of their bullion coin sales because they cannot meet demand.. “The... read more »

 

US Attorney Says Attempts To Use “Liberty Dollar” As Money Is Domestic Terrorism – Von Nothaus Found Guilty

US Attorney Says Attempts To Use “Liberty Dollar” As Money Is Domestic Terrorism – Von Nothaus Found Guilty

Liberty Dollar creator and self proclaimed “monetary architect” Bernard Von NotHaus was found guilty in US federal court in North Carolina on Friday of Counterfeiting and Fraud. The Justice Department asserted that Von NotHaus was... read more »

 

2011 United States Mint America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set™ Available March 17

2011 United States Mint America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set™ Available March 17

The 2011 United States Mint America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set will be available for purchase on March 17 at noon Eastern Time (ET). The set contains proof versions of the second five coins in the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program,... read more »

 

Coin Profile: 1808 Quarter Eagle a Rare One-Year Type Coin

Coin Profile: 1808 Quarter Eagle a Rare One-Year Type Coin

Johann Matthias (John) Reich was a Bavarian native who learned the engraving trade from his father, Johann Christian Reich. According to L. Forrer in the Biographical Dictionary of Medalists: the elder Reich was “born at Eisenberg (Saxe-Altenburg)... read more »

 
 
 
 
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