HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — A mystery donor dropped a gold Krugerrand coin into a Salvation Army Red Kettle at a King Soopers store in Highlands Ranch, according to the nonprofit. The coin and a note expressing appreciation for the organization were found in the red kettle at the store located at 2205 Wildcat Reserve Parkway … Read more
It’s September 24, 1936—opening day—and members of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks from throughout the State of California are launching their convention in Oakland. Four uniformed contingents have arrived from Los Angeles, and this 25-piece band is led by none other than Dave J. Malloy. The Los Angeles funeral director has been featured … Read more
Remember… Always check your coins and bills! Serial numbers, miscuts, broadstruck coins, off center strikes and errors of all kinds can make their way into your pocket or wallet. These can be worth hundreds of dollars to thousands of dollars! Helpful Links: COIN STORE COIN PRICE GUIDE ERROR COIN PRICE GUIDE U.S. BANKNOTE PRICE GUIDE … Read more
The fabled SS Central America, the famous “Ship of Gold” that sank in 1857 carrying tons of California Gold Rush treasure, continues to surprise the numismatic world. California Gold Marketing Group LLC (CGMG) of Brea, California has confirmed discovery in the ship’s latest recovered sunken treasure of nine rare 1856 San Francisco Mint large S over small “s” mint mark Seated Liberty No Motto quarter dollars.