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Rare Coin Report

The New American Gold and Silver Eagle Designs for 2021

Posted by Toby Adkins, Numismatic Scholar for International Currency, L.L.C. on Oct 20th 2020

In 1933, the United States Government recalled circulating gold throughout our Nation to fight the hoarding of precious metals during the Great Depression. For almost 40 years it would be illegal to h … Read More

Closer Look: The West Point Mint

Posted by Toby Adkins, Numismatic Scholar for International Currency, L.L.C. on Sep 22nd 2020

Most people do not realize this but the very first building our new country constructed was in 1792. It was not the White House, not the Capitol building, nor the Supreme Court. It was the United Stat … Read More

The 2020 "Emergency Production" Silver Eagle?

Posted by Toby Adkins, Numismatic Scholar for International Currency, L.L.C. on Sep 3rd 2020

All of us are aware of the effects Covid-19 has had across our world. In coins, one of those effects was the closing of the West Point Mint and the San Francisco Mint. Since West Point is the main pro … Read More
Know Your Dealer

Know Your Dealer

Posted by Toby Adkins, Numismatic Scholar for International Currency, L.L.C. on Jul 30th 2020

It seems there has been more and more talk on the design change coming next year to the 2021 Silver and Gold Eagles. One of the main reasons for the design change is to add more security in keeping fr … Read More
Has the U.S. Mint Reopened?

Has the U.S. Mint Reopened?

Posted by Toby Adkins, Numismatic Scholar on May 28th 2020

The short answer is... not all of them. However, there has been a twist or two. If you kept up with last month's edition of the Insider, we talked about the San Francisco and West Point mints closing … Read More