US Mint Sales: 2014 Baseball Coins MoveAmerican Silver Eagles and core annual sets will catch most of the buying action until the United States Mint introduces new products again. That won’t happen until mid-October.

Turning aside Silver Eagles and sets for a moment, this week’s sales report shows gains across 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coins, including those that have sold out [...]

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Gold Rises in October Start; US Mint Coin Sales ExplodeGold, silver and palladium kicked off the new trading month and fourth quarter with decent gains after tumbling last month and in the third quarter. And physical demand for bullion continues to impress with United States Mint coin sales racing.

Gold for December delivery turned up $3.90, or 0.3%, to close at $1,215.60 an ounce [...]

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US Mint Bullion Coin Sales Leap in SeptemberDemand for United States Mint bullion coins soared in September as precious metals prices tumbled. Gold and silver coin sales leapt to multi-month highs, more than doubling sales from the previous month and landing well higher than a year ago.

A sales summary across U.S. Mint bullion products for last month and for the first nine months of this year follows [...]

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US Mint's New Website LaunchesThe United States Mint began rolling out its new website and ordering system late last night. Earlier this morning the agency officially announced that the site is live.

Collectors can visit the new website at catalog.usmint.gov to see the layout changes, check out new navigation links and areas, manage their account information and, of course, shop for new coins and sets [...]

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Odyssey Reveals Latest SS Central America Shipwreck HaulOdyssey Marine Exploration (www.shipwreck.net) has revealed its latest haul of gold coins, gold nuggets, silver pieces, bullion bars and other artifacts from the shipwreck site of the SS Central America.

The company said the bounty marks the end of five-months of operations. As part of the recovery, Odyssey Explorer completed a 161,000-square-meter, high-resolution video survey [...]

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2015 US Marshals Commemorative Coin PricesPrices for the 2015 US Marshals 225th Anniversary Commemorative Coins in silver and clad have been announced by the United States Mint, and they’re lower than this year’s commemoratives.

Pricing for the gold versions will not be known until shortly before they’re released [...]

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Gold Ends Quarter at 2014 Low, US Mint Coin Sales SoarGold, silver and other precious metals posted declines on Tuesday, deepening their losses in September and for the quarter.

On the flip side, investors saw bargains and scooped up large amounts of United States Mint bullion products with sales of gold and silver coins at multi-month highs [...]

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Chinese Ancient Mythical Creatures Featured on 5 Oz Silver CoinA new five ounce silver coin is now available from the Perth Mint of Australia. Dubbed the Chinese Ancient Mythical Creatures 2014 5 Oz Silver Proof Colored Coin and limited to 1,000, each is struck from 99.9% pure silver to a diameter of 65.60 mm — smaller but thicker than the U.S. series of three-inch America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Coins.

Shown on the reverse of the coin is a design depicting four Chinese ancient mythical creatures [...]

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2015-2016 Proof American Platinum Eagle Design CandidatesThirty-one design candidates for the 2015-W and 2016-W Proof American Platinum Eagle coins have been unveiled by the United States Mint and reviewed by the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) and Commission of Fine Arts (CFA).

Issued since 1997, the one-ounce 99.95% fine platinum proof series has always featured an obverse of Lady Liberty looking toward the future. The reverse has changed annually, and the CFA and CCA has differing opinions on what designs are best for 2015 and 2016 [...]

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Gold Climbs from 2014 Low; US Mint Bullion Coins GainGold ticked higher to start the new trading week on Monday, advancing from its lowest price of the year.

Gold for December delivery settled up $3.40, or 0.3%, to $1,218.80 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange [...]

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