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  • Wall Street Buys "Holy Grail" of Coins

    One of the rarest American coins, the 1787 gold Brasher doubloon, recently sold for $7.4 million. The coin was sold by Blanchard and Co., a coin and precious metal dealer located in New Orleans. It was purchased by a Wall Street investment firm for a non-disclosed client. When the Brasher doubloon ...
  • New Video Release: How to Invest in Gold

    Probably one of the biggest questions we get from our customers is, how do you really go about buying gold? One option that people have is they could invest in what is called an ETF also known as an Exchange Trade Fund. The good thing about that is an actual fund traded on an exchange and the f...
  • The gold of King Tut's tomb

    King Tutankhamen, more commonly called King Tut, went unnoticed for thousands of years. His tomb was met with shock and awe when it was discovered in 1922 by Howard Carter and George Herbert. King Tut's tomb was left almost completely untouched, as its modest appearance likely deterred looters. The...
  • Experts suggest investing in gold

    As Europe's economy continues to decline and hopes for a quick economic turnaround dwindle, many investors are looking for something safer than the stock market. Rather than buying stocks, experts suggest turning to gold bullion. According to industry expert and CEO of Pan American Metals of Miami, ...
  • Christmas gifts for the coin collector

    It isn't easy finding just the right Christmas gift. Instead of buying your loved one a sweater that doesn't fit or a gaudy piece of jewelry that doesn't match her tastes, start your search by considering her hobbies and interests. If someone on your gift list is an avid coin collector, you're in l...
  • Chinese counterfeit coins are a growing problem for the global economy

    The U.S. and global investors should be wary of precious metal bars and silver and gold coins. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog, the premier U.S. advocate for investor protection and due diligence for high net-worth individuals, recently announced that Chinese counterfeit coins and precious metals a...
  • How A Gold Bar Changed The Way We View Egyptian Culture

    Gold has always played a role in how humans measured wealth. Gold bullion seemed to catch the eye of Earth's inhabitants as far back as 2500 B.C. in Egypt, as descriptions of the metal appeared in hieroglyphs cast in building walls. By 1500 B.C., gold had become recognized as the preferred med...
  • Adding Up the Value of a Coin Collection

    Maintaining hobbies while aging may help keep cognitive abilities sharp. Hobbies promote social and active lifestyles, which may delay the progression of age-related diseases like Alzheimer's. "Older people may enjoy the camaraderie of a club," Texan coin dealer Mike Fuljenz told the Chicago Tribun...
  • Collectible Civil War Tokens

    Civil War tokens are some of the most coveted collectors' items from the era. They have become even more popular this year, as 2011 marks the 150th anniversary of the Confederate attack on Fort Sumter and the start of the Civil war. When the war began, Union citizens immediately began hiding and ...
  • What Should You Bring To A Coin Collectors Show?

    Ever wonder if any of the coins at the bottom of your coin jug are worth anything? According to Daniel Ward, coin expert from the International Coin Collectors Association (ICCA), your coins, jewelry, and even old silverware may be worth more than you think. The ICCA travels all over the country to...

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