Gold Marks Fourth Weekly Decline in Five WeeksPrecious metals futures declined sharply this week. Gold was alone with gains on Friday, rebounding from its lowest price of the year, but the yellow metal still dropped on the week to mark its fourth weekly decline in five weeks.

Gold for June delivery on Friday rose $1.90, or 0.15%, to settle at $1,291.30 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange […]

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U.S. Mint Coin Production in April 2018U.S. coin production fell in April to a four-month low and also declined from a year ago, according to manufacturing figures published by the United States Mint.

Mint data also shows mintages for¬†Wisconsin’s Apostle Islands National Lakeshore quarter, the second of five 2018-dated quarters with unique designs […]

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Gold Ends at New 2018 LowPrecious metals futures were divided again Thursday with gold and palladium modestly lower and silver and platinum slightly higher. Gold marked a new settlement low for the year.

Gold for June delivery fell $2.10, or nearly 0.2%, to settle at $1,289.40 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange […]

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NGC Certifies Mint Error on Great Smoky Mountains 5 Oz Silver CoinsNumismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) has identified missing mintmarks on a handful of 2014 Great Smoky Mountains America the Beautiful 5-Ounce Silver Coins. These coins have a reverse showcasing a historic log cabin found within the national park in Tennessee.

America the Beautiful coins were introduced by the United States Mint in 2010, and they will continue until at least 2021 […]

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Australian Coin Program Celebrates Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan MarkleThe Perth Mint of Australia is commemorating the May 19 wedding of Prince Henry and Meghan Markle with gold and silver coins memorializing the couple.

A popular member of the Royal Family, Prince Harry is sixth in line to the throne. After leaving school and working as a jackaroo on a cattle station in Queensland, he entered the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst […]

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Gold Logs First Increase in Four SessionsPrecious metals futures ended divided Wednesday. Platinum and palladium declined while gold and silver closed ahead for the first time in four sessions with the former bouncing from its lowest price of the year.

Gold for June delivery edged up $1.20, or 0.09%, to settle at $1,291.50 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange […]

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Rittenhouse 1792 Half Disme, 1861-P Paquet $20 at 2018 World's Fair of MoneyThe finest known 1792 Half Disme, formerly owned by the first United States Mint Director David Rittenhouse, and the finer of the two known 1861 Philadelphia Mint Paquet Reverse Liberty Head Double Eagles, will be featured exhibits in the Museum Showcase at the American Numismatic Association’s 2018 Philadelphia World’s Fair of Money®..

The two historic coins, along with George Washington and/or Thomas Jefferson-signed papers appointing Rittenhouse […]

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US Mint Sales: 2018 Proof American Gold Buffalo DebutsThe highlight of the latest weekly sales report from the United States Mint is its new 2018-W $50 Proof American Gold Buffalo.

Released last Thursday, May 10, starting four-day sales of the 1-ounce .9999 fine gold piece reached 6,238 coins […]

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Gold Ends Below $1,300; Posts Lowest Close of YearPrecious metals futures declined Tuesday. Losses in gold and silver were their third straight — and for gold, its sixth decline in seven sessions. Still worse, the yellow metal closed at its weakest price of the year to below the key $1,300 level.

Gold for June delivery dropped $27.90, or 2.1%, to settle at $1,290.30 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange […]

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Gold Logs Fifth Loss in Six SessionsGold and silver futures traded lower on Monday for a second session in a row. The loss for gold was its fifth in sixth sessions.

Gold for June delivery declined $2.50, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,318.20 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange […]

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