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  • The Morgan Silver Dollar

    No American coin has ever conjured up the image of the Old West more than The Morgan Silver Dollar. This single coin is considered to be one of the most valuable and collectible U.S. coins to ever be minted. Remaining specimens of this coin continue to draw monumental prices when they do come up...
  • The Krugerrand and its History with Apartheid

    While most people have at least heard of the Krugerrand, very few actually understand the history of this gold coin and its significance in the world economy. This coin was first minted in 1967 and was intended to be used specifically as a way for the general public around the world to have ownershi...
  • The Coming Of Age Of The Britannia Coin

    The term Britannia is actually a derivative of the Greek term for Great Britain and has been in use for many centuries. The Romans of the first century were very familiar with Britannia and her image was first stamped into coins issued by Hadrian, where she was depicted as a goddess. The most common...
  • The Chinese Gold Panda Bullion Coin

    Most of the major countries in the world have now issued their own gold bullion coin or coins as a way of allowing members of the public to invest in and own gold. While it may not be legal in all of these countries to own gold bars, such as in the U.S., bullion makes the perfect investment vehicle...
  • The 1986 American Gold Eagle: An American Classic

    With so many different countries now offering their own gold bullion coins in an effort to claim their market share of the South African Krugerrand market, the US decided to enter the market in 1986. The United States Mint came out with the Gold Eagle as the first gold bullion coin ever created by t...
  • Beauty in Design: The 1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle

    Mankind has been producing coins as a form of currency for centuries and despite the fact that there have been millions of them produced, there are some that for one reason or another have become worth far more than their face value. One such coin is the 1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle. This gold ...
  • Saving Your Information with Platinum

    If you were to ask the average person on the street to give you a common use for platinum, the answer you would be most likely to get would be either jewelry or in the catalytic converter that is a part of your automobile's exhaust system. While these are definitely large scale uses for platinum, th...
  • Platinum, The Catalytic Converter & World Demand

    Of all the different precious metals in the world, platinum is by far the rarest as it take approximately eight tons or raw ore mined from the ground to produce a single ounce of pure platinum. Approximately 90 percent of all platinum in the world comes from South Africa or Russia. While it is con...
  • Platinum In Modern Medicine

    The amount of platinum being used to create the latest fashion jewelry might lead you to believe that this has to be one of the major uses for the precious metal. Everywhere you look, jewelry makers are touting the beauty and durability of platinum and rightly so. The strength of this metal makes i...
  • Louis E. Eliasberg: A Consummate Collector

    As a well know financier Louis E. Eliasberg (1896-1976) was perhaps better known in world of numismatists as the only person to ever assemble a complete collection of every U.S. minted coin ever minted. While his collection might not be considered as truly complete by today's standards since he did ...

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