Collectors Universe hit a major milestone, certifying its 50 millionth collectible.
The event happened on February 26, 2014 when Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS), a division of Collectors Universe, authenticated and graded an 1888-O Morgan silver dollar.
To celebrate, Collectors Universe awarded the submitter a [...]
The proof 2014 Lake Ontario 1 oz Fine Silver Coin is now available as the newest issue in the Great Lakes series of 99.99% pure silver coins from the Royal Canadian Mint.
Coins of the Great Lakes series are unique in that they feature a raised field representing the land surrounding a translucent enamel filled lake [...]
It’s rare to come across exceptional videos that talk about new quarters or those that succinctly describe the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program. A video released last week by the Great Smoky Mountains Association scores big for both topics.
Our hats are off to the GSMA and GSMA’s Cinematographer Gary Wilson who produced the video. In 3 minutes and 51 seconds [...]
Perth Mint gold and silver bullion sales declined in February from the previous month but split when compared to sales from the same period last year, new figures show.
Sales of Perth Mint gold coins and gold bars totaled 47,003 ounces in February, falling 27.5% from January’s total of 64,818 ounces but rising [...]
American Platinum Eagle Bullion Coins have returned to the United States Mint product line up.
After a five-year hiatus, the bureau announced today that it will begin selling the one-ounce, 99.95% pure platinum coins on Monday, March 10, 2014 [...]
Weekly figures from the United States Mint show that new products with Presidential $1 Coins are doing their job of ringing in sales.
They also show a reversal in sales of the 2014-W Proof Silver Eagle that wiped out more than a week’s worth of previously reported gains [...]
Gold and silver prices soared in February, yet the direction of United States Mint bullion coins split with sales of the bureau’s American Gold Eagles stumbling and its American Silver Eagles running.
Neither of the U.S. Mint’s American Eagles could compete with numbers put up in January. There is no surprise there. January is traditionally a monster sales month [...]