2007

Rocketing fuel costs, bad housing news, inflation and recession debates, interest rate adjustments or lack of, a volatile stock market … 2007 has been an interesting one. Then there’s the shiny stuff … precious metals. They performed in absolute style for 2007 and provided a year of a different type of excitement. Anyone who started […]

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Next Thursday, Jan. 3, the 2008 American Eagle Silver Proof Coin will go on sale by the United States Mint. While the 2007 proof version is currently sold for $29.95, its days are numbered and the Mint has announced its newer replacement will sale for $2 more, at $31.95.

The 2008 American Eagle Silver Proof Coin will go on sale by the United States Mint on Jan. 3.

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Heritage Auction Galleries held the Official Auctions of the September 2007 Long Beach Coin Expo. The total numbers generated and announced through a press release were impressive, reaching $27 Million. The Signature Auctions included: U.S. coins ($11,311,996) U.S. currency ($10,486,434) Ancient and world coins ($3,210,026) And U.S. tokens and medals ($598,946) These totals combined with […]

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They’re not the home run makers in the series of Mint coinage but they do make a big hit every now and again… The 2007 Uncirculated Coin Sets are almost up to bat. They’re on deck, in fact. Standby because on October 9th, you can purchase them through the United States Mint. Them? In short, […]

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Today the U.S. Mint released their latest offer, the 2007 United States Mint Silver Proof Set™. The brother to this set, the clad (non silver) proof set, was officially released just slightly over month ago. As of last week, the mint reported slightly over 650,000 units sold of those so far. It’ll be interesting to […]

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