First King Charles III Coins and Final Queen Elizabeth II Commemoratives

 
 

First King Charles III Coins and Final Queen Elizabeth II Commemoratives

on September 30, 2022, The Royal Mint unveiled the new portrait of King Charles III that will begin appearing towards the end of the year on a 50-pence circulating coin issued as a final commemorative coin for Queen Elizabeth. In early 2023, this effigy will also appear on collector versions of that coin and two other coins issued as final commemoratives for Elizabeth.

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The Royal Mint Launches Royal Tudor Beasts Coin Series

Fans of the hugely popular Queen’s Beasts series from The Royal Mint will be delighted to learn that a new series about British royal ancestry has just been launched, called the Royal Tudor Beasts series.

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An Exclusive Interview with the Germania Mint

The Germania Mint’s beautiful collector and bullion coins and medals, as well as cast silver bars, have become a big hit with collectors and silver investors over the past four years. The Germania Mint is a private mint based in Poland whose whole product range is built around the concept of Germania, which is both a mythical land developed by 19th-century poets and writers and also refers to the actual land east of the Danube River, as first termed by Roman emperor Julius Caesar.

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Commemorate Brexit with this Innovative Break-It Brexit Collectible Coin

The Cape Mint has released a truly innovative Break-it Brexit coin that allows the owner to “break” the coin in two (should they choose) along a literal fault line, signifying the Brexit event itself.

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Infographic: Details of the First-Ever Legal Tender Silver Krugerrand

Africa’s newest silver bullion coin has been 50 years in the making. Take a look at the iconic Krugerrand design struck in .999 silver for the very first time!

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Buried Treasure? An Overview of Coin Hoards

Buried treasure is something that still exists today. Whether it is ancient Roman coins in Europe, Classic American coins in the U.S., or some other instance of accumulated wealth lost to time, coin hoards that have been found throughout the years can represent centuries of forgotten history.

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History of Gold Bullion Coins: The Krugerrand and Beyond

Palladium has become increasingly popular among both bullion and collectible coin enthusiasts in recent years. Many are probably less familiar with Palladium than other more common precious metals like Silver or Gold. Give this overview a glance to learn the basics of acquiring palladium for your collection!

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Understanding the Grading of Ancient Coins

The modern coin grading system started in 1949 with the Sheldon Scale, a 70-point system that was created to classify the condition of US large cents. Over the past few decades, the system’s use was expanded dramatically to include other modern coins.

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How Are Ancient Coins Found and Preserved?

Coins from Ancient Empires managed to survive war, famine, and time itself, before making their way to modern collectors. This article will outline not only how such coins are found, but also how they are preserved for future generations.

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The Royal Australian Mint’s “Most Dangerous” Coin Series

Australia has a unique allure for countless travelers and aspiring travelers throughout the world. Part of that allure is the knowledge that deadly creatures are always close – often closer than people realize. In 2020, the Royal Australian Mint launched Australia’s Most Dangerous Coin Series to highlight some of these terrifying animals on .999 fine silver rounds.

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