History of the Barber Dime - Barber Dimes, designed by the eponymous Charles E Barber, were produced from 1892 through 1916. Here is the history, collectors notes, key dates, and also the story of the 1894-S which easily commands $1.5 million.
Royal Mint Music Legends Collection Starts with Queen - The Royal Mint have started a new collection of coins called "Music Legends" and the first artists to be honoured in this way is the British rock band Queen. The 2020 Queen coins include £5 in BU, £2 silver and £100 gold.
History of the Standing Liberty Quarter - The first Standing Liberty Quarter coins came off the Philadelphia presses on December 16, 1916 and the series continued through 1930.
1937 Edward VIII Gold Sovereign Sells for £1 million – and here’s Why - Edward VIII became King on 20 January 1936 and abdicated in December 1936. The public never got to hold any coins with the portrait of the new King - but some coins did exist. This is the story of one of them.
New Coin Articles and Events 16-Jan-2020 - New Coin Articles and Upcoming Events, Weekly Update.
Is it Worth Resubmitting a MS 69 Coin to Get a Higher Grade? - Have you noticed how much more money modern MS 70 graded coins bring than their MS 69 counterparts? Have you ever tried to see the difference between a 69 and 70? Should you resubmit a MS 69?