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  • More Than Mythical: The Storied History of the Double Eagle Gold Coin

    Many gold pieces often take on a life of their own, and avid collectors are almost always interested in understanding the background of a particular piece of minted metal -- in addition to learning about the monetary value of their coins. In essence, each coin tells a unique tale, and owners hav...
  • The Legendary Coin Collection of John Jay Pittman

    Among legendary coin collectors, the name of John Jay Pittman is quite possibly at the head of the hall- of-fame class. Outside of maybe the Smithsonian or the British Museum’s historical archives, his meticulously assembled collection of rare coinage was without numismatic peer in terms of shee...
  • These Big Mistakes by the U.S. Mint Could be Worth Big Money

    “To err is human; to forgive is divine,” is a famous quote by 18th-century English poet, Alexander Pope. Human history has left us with ample opportunity to be considered divine according to the standard set by Pope. Significant errors in human history include NASA taping over the moon landing...
  • 5 Ways to Invest in Gold

    You’ve been considering your investment options and have decided gold is the way to go. You know it has a solid history of increasing in value more consistently than the dollar. And you like that its value isn’t tied to any unstable currencies or unpredictable stock markets. You’ve done ...
  • The Krugerrand: The Original Gold Bullion Coin

    Avid gold investors diversify their collections with a variety of proofs, non-numismatic, and foreign coins, but up until the 1980s, the international gold coin market was limited. The rise of gold coins in the latter 20th century was due to the popularity of the Krugerrand from South Africa, the ...
  • Tips for Storing Gold

    Now that you have officially decided to invest in gold, it’s essential to consider the importance of storing your precious metals properly and securely. As an investor, you have undoubtedly spent a substantial amount of time researching the entire process and learning about the optimal ways to m...
  • What to Do if You Find Treasure

    As children, we all dreamed it. We dreamed of clues, of maps, of vast shining hoards. We dreamed of treasure. For most of us, the closest we’ll ever come is finding a $20 bill on the ground, but even that elicits a moment of euphoria. Somewhere between the West Midlands in England and Wales t...
  • Gold in the Age of Inflation

    Modern society recognizes paper as the form of money that drives our economy. While paper itself is worth very little, it was once backed by a government promise to exchange it for a fixed amount of gold or silver held in its reserves. Today there is no limit to the amount of money the Federal R...
  • Why Wall Street Invests in Tangible Assets

    Investors know the market is one crash away from changing investing as we know it. Recent concerns over the global economy have led to the highest demand for gold in recent decades, as investors and central banks buy hard assets to protect against hyperinflation of the dollar. But hard assets ar...
  • Do We Put Too Much Faith in Paper Currency?

    When you hold a stack of money in your hand, it feels solid and tangible – like you know exactly what you’re looking at. The sad truth is, that stack of money could become essentially worthless overnight. For as much faith as we put in our currency, there’s no guarantee that it will maintain...

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