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Dancing in the Moonlight: Dan Carr and the Moonlight Mint
Jeff and Chris interview Dan Carr, the owner and operator of the Moonlight Mint, a private mint in Colorado. They take the opportunity to discuss private mint products, read a listener email, and ...
Canada resumes production of numismatic coins at the RCM
After two months of inactivity due to global pandemic restrictions, the Royal Canadian Mint is back in production of numismatic coins, just in time to boost lagging sales.
Market Analysis: George Morgan’s Woodrow Wilson medal
Assay Commission medal designed by George Morgan that realized $408 in Stack’s Bowers Galleries' March 18 auction features president Woodrow Wilson.
Stack’s Bowers June 18 to 19 auction offers Seated Liberty treasures
The "Dazzling Rarities Collection" heads the Stack's Bowers Galleries auction on June 18 and 19, featuring top quality 19th century Seated Liberty silver coins.
Conspiracy theorists find viral 'evidence' on Australian note
Conspiracy theorists hail the Australian $10 note as positive proof that the COVID-19 global pandemic is a contrived hoax, but they completely misidentify the note's design elements.
Market Analysis: 1952 Assay Commission medal brings $3,960
A top quality medal from the 1950s that featured design work from Gilroy Roberts and Frank Gasparro brought home $3,960 in a Stack's Bowers auction earlier this year.
Market Analysis: Collectors love design diversity in Assay Commission medals
The Assay Commission is a thing of the past, but the medals issued during its existence from 1797 to 1977 have a lasting attraction, as results of a March Stack's Bowers sale show.
New Argentinian note triggers controversy about doctor featured
The reputation of one of the selected subjects for a new design on the 5,000-peso bank note from the Bank of Argentina has led to outrage with many believing the medical professional was a Nazi ...
Pobjoy Mint creates silver Apollo 13 anniversary coin for Ascension Island
The troubled Apollo 13 lunar mission has its own commemorative coin, a Proof .999 fine silver crown issued by Ascension Island, designed and developed by the Pobjoy Mint.
Newman Grant recipients selected for 2020 research awards
The dedicated commitment to research exemplified by the late Eric P. Newman goes on with the annual award of grants to support original numismatic research.
Small-denomination California gold coins headed for June auction
Heritage offers June 15 more than 100 examples of small-denomination, private-issue gold coins, known as fractional gold, that arose from the challenge of finding small change in California's Gold ...
CCAC faces busy agenda at June 23 meeting
The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee will have a number of items to discuss at their upcoming meeting on June 23 with the designs for medals and coins awaiting approval.