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  • The Gold Standard & Gray Wolf Parallels

    Our writer, Lawrie Williams, travelled to the Mines & Money conference in London where parallels were drawn between the call to return to the gold standard and the Gray Wolf, which re-released into Yellowstone has improved the overall ecosystem of the park. Can the gold standard do the same to o...
  • Precious Metals Price Predictions for 2019

    Knowing future precious metals prices can be difficult to project in stable times. Perhaps more so now, because the old world order is changing. But we believe gold and silver will do well in 2019. Oil has had a rapid and significant drop, that thus far has not been halted by production cuts. An i...
  • Copper Mercury, Buffalo & Walking Liberty Rounds Now Available

    The U.S. Gold Bureau is excited to announce our new slate of one-ounce copper rounds – the Copper Mercury Round, Copper Buffalo Round, and Copper Walking Liberty Round. 1oz Copper Mercury Round The one-ounce Mercury Round is a testament to the brilliance and beauty of investment-grade copper. The...
  • 10 Most Valuable Treasures Ever Found (Part III)

    We have traveled all over the world and finally, we are at our final installment of the Top Ten Most Valuable Treasure Finds. In our previous articles (part 1 & part 2), we chronicled the discoveries of treasures ranging from Anglo-Saxon treasure troves, Ancient Roman coins long forgotten, pre...
  • Coin Highlight: The Massive, 1.5 oz Silver, Snow Falcon Coin

    Why did the Royal Canadian Mint produce this hefty 1.5 oz pure silver coin you ask? The Canadian Mint is known for creating many unique coins and the Snow Falcon is 1 of 5 designs in the series. The snow falcon, also known as the Gyrfalcon, is currently on the endangered species list and creating a ...
  • 10 Most Valuable Treasures Ever Found (Part II)

    Welcome back for Part II of our Most Valuable Treasure Discoveries series. Tales of lost uncirculated coins, fortunes of the crown and treasure dating back to the Anglo-Saxons. Explore the values, size and discovery methods here in our second installment of the top 10 most valuable treasures ever fo...
  • How Does Gold Prospecting & Mining Work?

    While gold sourcing is often referred to simply as “mining,” mining is, in fact, just one piece of the production puzzle. The process of obtaining gold is actually multi-faceted and can be more or less summed up in four steps: prospecting, mining, extracting and refining. In this blog post, ...
  • Minimum Wage and Gold

    Sometimes the best way forward is backward. In the history of the minimum wage, this would seem to be counter-intuitive. The federal minimum wage has been changed at least 22 times since it was established in 1938. If you count the minimum wage adjustments made by states and corporations, that numbe...
  • 10 Most Valuable Treasures Ever Found (Part 1)

    Grab your metal detectors! We are seeking some of the most valuable treasures ever discovered. From buried treasures to sunken treasures, lying beneath villages, towns, cities, farms, riverbeds, and in the depths of the ocean, who knows what is just waiting to be found? Perhaps gold coins from anc...
  • Cryptocurrencies vs Precious Metals - Energy Consumption

    We’ve been talking a lot lately about precious metals mining and the world of cryptocurrencies. The two may often seem unconnected, but today, we’re flipping the switch and examining the sectors side by side through the lens of energy consumption. New research published in the journal Nature ...

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