Tag: WWII

Gold Confiscation: Lessons from the 20th Century

Gold Confiscation: Lessons from the 20th Century

Three nasty examples of how people lost the gold they owned… TODAY’S chatter in the trading rooms says some gold owners fear a punitive US tax hike in New Year 2013, with the Obama government targeting precious-metal investors. Hence this month’s sell-off (or so the tittle-tattle says) – akin to the move by Japanese households […]

By December 10, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Unusual Items: US Mint ‘Gold Disks’ Made for Oil Payments to Saudi Arabia

Unusual Items: US Mint ‘Gold Disks’ Made for Oil Payments to Saudi Arabia

One of the things we find most exciting about reporting on the numismatic marketplace is coming across those things we either didn’t know beforehand, or finding obscure and unusual numismatic items. Just recently we came across one such item, the Gold Disks produced by the US mint for ARAMCO oil payments to Saudi Arabia after […]

By December 1, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
NGC Certifies Historic Cache of Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles

NGC Certifies Historic Cache of Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles

NGC has certified a very interesting group of Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles that have remained in the possession of a family since prior to World War II. When purchased in Europe last month, their unusual history was revealed to the buyer.

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