Gold and Silver Snap Losing StreakGold prices settled higher on Thursday for the first time in five sessions, and bounced slightly from a more than two-week low.

Gold for August delivery added $2.30, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,188.80 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange […]

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US Mint Expanding Operations and HiringDemand for U.S. circulating coins is increasing, and the United States Mint is expanding operations as a result. Coin production figures have jumped above at least 1.2 billion each month this year, and most recently hit 1.69 billion new coins in April. That’s the most in a month than any since 2007.

With an almost 1.5 billion monthly average, the agency is on pace to strike over 17.7 billion coins in 2015 […]

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US Mint Sales: Core 2015 Sets LeadThe U.S. Mint’s trio of core annual sets and its proof Silver Eagle topped sales charts. Leading the pack was the recently issued 2015 Silver Proof Set.

This set of 14 proof coins, with 7 of them in silver, jumped another 20,350 during its first full week of release. Total sales through 11 days stand firm at 204,963 […]

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Gold Marks Fourth Straight Session LossGold prices on Wednesday ended lower for a fourth session in a row, marking their longest slump since the first week in March and holding at a more than two-week low.

Gold for June delivery dipped $1.30, or 0.1%, to settle at $1,185.60 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange […]

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PCGS Reveals Security-Enhanced Coin HoldersNew security-enhanced holders for PCGS-certified coins are now in use, Professional Coin Grading Service announced Tuesday, May 26. The holders have both obvious and hidden security features to deter counterfeiters and identify counterfeit holders, the company described, and they also help prevent spotting and toning of coins.

These holders are completely redesigned and include a new baked-in hologram, a new shield logo with micro-text and color shifting security features and a traceable "quick response" code […]

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D. Brent Pogue Collection, Part I, Realizes Over $25MRecords fell on Tuesday, May 19, when the first of the seven part D. Brent Pogue Collection went under the hammer. Presented jointly by Stack’s Bowers Galleries and Sotheby’s in New York, more than $25 million was realized in the sale of just 128 coins, all of which are PCGS-certified.

Breaking new territory, the finest known 1808 Capped Bust Left Quarter Eagle, graded PCGS MS-65, brought $2.35 million […]

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US Mint Gold Coin Prices May Decline Wed., May 27Prices of collectible gold coins produced and sold by the United States Mint could go down on Wednesday, May 27.

It’ll be close, whether or not that happens. The U.S. Mint averages London gold prices from each Thursday through Wednesday to determine its weekly pricing for gold coins […]

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Gold Starts Trading Week at 2-Week LowGold prices posted a more than two-week low to start the new trading week on Tuesday after the U.S. holiday break on Monday for Memorial Day.

Gold for June delivery settled down $17.10, or 1.4%, to $1,186.90 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange […]

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Gold, Silver Drop on Week; US Mint Coin Sales ImproveGold, silver and platinum declined heading into the three-day weekend with U.S. markets closed on Monday for Memorial Day.

Gold for June delivery was actually almost flat on the day, dropping a dime to settle at $1,204 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange […]

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2015 $20 Polar Bear Silver Coin with Canadian JadeA unique collector coin from the Royal Canadian Mint sports a polar bear in jade with two engraved cubs in an Arctic scene.

Limited to 8,500 and struck in 99.99% pure silver to proof quality, the polished gemstone adds extra interest to Canadians as it was mined in British Columbia […]

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