Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) has certified a 2019-W Reverse Proof Lincoln Centthat was mistakenly released several weeks early by the United States Mint.
The Central States Numismatic Society Convention marks its 80th anniversary this year, and Heritage Auctions is proud to be the Official Auctioneer once again. Our CSNS Signature Auction runs from April 25-28, with Platinum Nightscheduled for the evening of Thursday, April 25, at 7 PM CT. Most notable among the many outstanding offerings in this … Read more
The U.S. Mint released updated sales figures for its collection of American Legion 100th Anniversary Commemorative Coins. CoinNews photos of a 2019-W $5 Proof American Legion 100th Anniversary Gold Coin Released last Thursday at prices ranging from $25.95 to $418.75, the seven commemorative products realized first-day sales of 39,671 coins for $3,629,464.25. Orders through the … Read more
Early United States Mint sales stats have been reported for the five products featuring the different sized 2019-W Proof American Gold Eagles. Released last Thursday at prices ranging from $182.50 to $3,015, collectors ordered a combined 17,497 coins in four days. The start is quicker than last year’s coins. Here’s a table comparing early sales … Read more
Washington — The United States Mint is pleased to announce a new family of youth products in 2019 — the Mint’s first new youth products in five years. There will be three new products for kids in 2019, featuring the Mighty Minters — Kendra, Timothy, Sophie, Lina, Alex, Eli Layla. They are fun, approachable, and … Read more
Supported by silver that surged above $28 an ounce, demand picked up last week for United States Mint products made from the precious metal. A CoinNews photo of a 2019-P Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin. The collectible from last year was one of the Mint’s best weekly sellers. … Read more
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) is excited to announce that it is certifying a stockpile of backdated gold and silver coins that were specially released by the United States Mint in May. The hoard includes 2016- and 2017-dated American Silver Eagles, American Gold Eagles, First Spouse gold coins and silver medals.
By the middle of March, demand in the U.S. for physical precious metals, especially gold and silver, was so strong that retailer inventories were largely depleted. As dealers attempted to restock from suppliers, wholesale inventories ran out. As primary distributors and other wholesalers sought to order more products from government mints and private fabricators, the … Read more