Dear United States Mint, Not a day goes by that we do not receive angry emails from both collectors and established dealers in the rare coin market about the lineup, marketing, and rollout of the Mint’s numismatic products. It would truly be exhausting to answer them individually, and so we devote most of our time […]
David J. Ryder is the Director of the United States Mint… Dear Mint Customers, I want to take this opportunity to speak to you about the Mint’s approach to our numismatic program. First off, the United States Mint is unique in that we are an agency of the Federal Government, and also a retail sales […]
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The Silver and Gold Eagles celebrating the end of World War II are soaring to lofty heights By Jim Bisognani – NGC Weekly Market Report …… It was a hard fight, and many of us didn’t get what we wanted. No, I’m not talking about the presidential election. I am referring to the mad dash […]
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Beginning in November, the United States Mint is releasing four products to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the End of World War II. November 5 End of World War II 75th Anniversary American Eagle Gold Proof Coin (20XE) Product Limit: 1,945 Price: Per Pricing Grid The obverse features a version of Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ full-length figure […]
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The United States Mint has officially announced the designs for the 2020 End of World War II 75th Anniversary Coin and Medal Program. The designs will be featured on a 24-karat gold coin and a silver medal. The common obverse design depicts an eagle in flight grasping an olive branch, symbolizing peace, in its right […]
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By CoinWeek News Staff …. As a coin collector, one may almost be forgiven for believing that Congress was frittering away its time this past summer by focusing on frivolous bills of no numismatic import whatsoever (Graham-Cassidy what now?), but two commemorative programs were introduced that prove our legislators have their priorities straight. And […]
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