U.S. Coin Production Tops 1.15 Billion in October 2019More than one billion coins for circulation came from U.S. coining presses in October, the latest manufacturing figures from the United States Mint show.

The amount was the most since July and marked the seventh time this year were a month’s production pace hurdled the billion level […]


Perth Mint October 2019 Silver Bullion Sales Rank Third HighestDemand for Australian bullion products was mixed in October, according to the latest round of Perth Mint sales data, soaring for silver coins and silver bars while slowing for gold coins and gold bars.

Perth Mint silver bullion sales climbed for a fourth straight month, registered above 1 million ounces for a third month in a row and, more remarkably, scored their third highest monthly total since CoinNews┬ástarted tracking the Mint’s data in February 2013 […]


Precious Metals Decline Thursday, Nov. 21Precious metals futures posted losses Thursday that ranged from 0.3% for both silver and platinum to 0.7% for gold. The daily declines in gold and silver were there second in a row following two straight gains.

Gold for December delivery fell $10.60 to settle at $1,463.60 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. The settlement was the lowest since Nov. 13 […]

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Roll of 2019-P American Innovation Dollars for New JerseyA new United States Mint dollar illuminates innovation from the state of New Jersey. The debuting $1 coin celebrates the work of Thomas Edison and his team of researchers for inventing the light bulb.

This dollar continues the U.S. Mint’s American Innovation™ $1 Coin Program and is available in 25-coin rolls and 100-coin bags. Options include uncirculated coins produced at either the Philadelphia or Denver Mints […]


Lutes and Wing 1943 Bronze Lincoln Cents Brought Together Under One OwnerTwo of the rarest and most famous US coins have been brought together under a single owner.

The 76-year-old coins look like regular Lincoln Cents from the era — bronze with the 16th president on one side, wheat ears on the other. Yet they were not supposed to exist. For years, US Mint officials claimed that they didn’t […]


Gold and Silver Decline Slightly Wednesday, Nov. 20Precious metals futures divided Wednesday with platinum and palladium rising and gold and silver falling — albeit very modestly.

Gold for December delivery edged 10 cents, or 0.01%, lower to settle at $1,474.20 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange […]


PCGS Banknote Launches January 2020Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com) will again be authenticating, grading, and certifying United States and world paper money domestically with the launch of a new service, PCGS Banknote (www.PCGS.com/banknote), in early January 2020.

The company has successfully provided PCGS Gold Shield brand grading of U.S. and world paper money at its international Asia and Europe offices for the past four years […]


Precious Metals Rise Tuesday, Nov. 19Precious metals futures registered gains Tuesday ranging from 0.2% for gold to 1.9% for both platinum and palladium.

Gold for December delivery climbed $2.40 to settle at $1,474.30 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange […]


John Quincy Adams Presidential Silver Medal ReleasedOn Monday, Nov. 18, the United States Mint released its final Presidential Silver Medal for 2019.

Struck in an ounce of .999 fine silver to a diameter of 1.598 inches and a matte finish, the medal features a portrait of John Quincy Adams, the sixth president of the United States Mint […]


Public To Select Sacagawea Dollar 20th Anniversary NGC Label DesignNext year is the 20th anniversary of the groundbreaking Sacagawea Dollar, and Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC) will celebrate the occasion with a special NGC certification label.

For the first time, the public will be able choose the design of NGC’s label, which will be offered for free to NGC members for 2020 Sacagawea Dollars submitted throughout the year […]