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December, 2018

The Scottsdale bullion tsunami continues with the first in their new Samurai Archives silver series

By |2018-12-13T11:38:19+00:00December 13th, 2018|Categories: Culture, Bullion, History, Coloured, Silver, Fiji, Scottsdale Mint|

The Scottsdale bullion tsunami continues with the first in their new Samurai Archives silver series Every time we think Scottsdale are winding down for the holidays they surprise us with another bullion coin release. To say they've issued an impressive selection of offerings throughout 2018 would be an understatement. From low mintage run coins, to some bigger volume items, there seems to be something that appeals to [...]

Coca Cola kicks off 2019 with a limited run one-ounce silver bullion coin featuring Santa

By |2018-12-06T09:27:47+00:00December 6th, 2018|Categories: Culture, Bullion, Silver, Fiji, Scottsdale Mint|

Coca Cola kicks off 2019 with a limited run one-ounce silver bullion coin featuring Santa Scottsdale have surprised yet again with another all-new 1oz silver bullion coin. After a stellar year in which they've released lots of interesting and well-realised bullion, they've gone the licenced route this time out with a Coca-Cola coin. Now, we've already seen a hugely popular Coke issue this time last year with [...]

November, 2018

Scottsdale launch a higher mintage bullion coin range with the all new Pacific Dollar

By |2018-11-27T13:29:23+00:00November 27th, 2018|Categories: Bullion, Gold, Nature, Silver, Fiji, Scottsdale Mint|

Scottsdale launch a higher mintage bullion coin range with the all new Pacific Dollar Kings of the low mintage bullion coin, Scottsdale Mint have certainly had a busy year with a broad offering of new silver and gold coins. The Fiji Mermaid, Cayman Islands Marlin, Congo Silverback, Samoan Seahorse, the Chinese Dragon for Cameroon,  and the Ghanaian Leopard are just some [...]

October, 2018

Scottsdale move from Egypt’s Pharaohs to China’s Terracotta Army for its latest chunky bullion coin

By |2018-10-25T13:19:25+00:00October 25th, 2018|Categories: Bullion, History, Silver, Fiji, Scottsdale Mint|

Scottsdale move from Egypt's Pharaohs to China's Terracotta Army for its latest chunky bullion coin Over the last few years, Scottsdale Mint has dived fully into the legal-tender bullion coin market with a constant stream of interesting and well-designed products. While there have been a few gold coins in amongst the mix, the focus has primarily been on the burgeoning silver market. As well as standard formats, Scottsdale [...]

September, 2018

Iron Man forges his own dimensional silver coin to kick off a new Marvel Icon series

By |2018-09-19T12:23:15+00:00September 18th, 2018|Categories: Movies & TV, Silver, Fiji|

Iron Man forges his own dimensional silver coin to kick off a new Marvel Icon series 2019 ICONS OF MARVEL: IRON MAN The last few years has since the emergence and increasing popularity of the dimensional coin. Starting with some crude and not particularly attractive models on coins, the type moved to coins that literally took on a custom shape. CIT Coin Invest have [...]

June, 2018

Mint of Poland debuts Earthquake, the first in its new Cataclysms high-relief silver coin series

By |2018-06-20T10:17:00+00:00June 20th, 2018|Categories: Coloured, Nature, Silver, Fiji, Mint of Poland|

Mint of Poland debuts Earthquake, the first in its new Cataclysms high-relief silver coin series In a break from the numerous ancient mythology and astronomy high-relief series that the Mint of Poland is currently producing, it's nice to see something a little different. Called 'Cataclysms', this series will be look at some of the natural disasters that plague this planet, often causing great loss of life, and [...]

May, 2018

Art Mints impeccable Mandala series looks to the Islamic Moresque style for inspiration

By |2018-05-07T22:06:22+00:00May 7th, 2018|Categories: Culture, Art Mint, Inserts, Silver, Fiji|

Art Mints impeccable Mandala series looks to the Islamic Moresque style for inspiration The Art Mints impressive Mandala Art series of fine silver coins continues into its fourth year with what could be the finest issue yet. Beginning in 2015 with ‘Kalachakra’, subsequent years saw 'Celtic' and 'Chinese' themed designs joining the range. A Mandala is a radially balanced pattern around a central point that, in the case of [...]

February, 2018

Scottsdales latest Fijiian limited mintage silver bullion coin is the striking Mermaid Rising

By |2018-02-15T19:50:05+00:00February 15th, 2018|Categories: Art & Literature, Bullion, Coloured, Silver, Fiji, Scottsdale Mint|

Scottsdales latest Fijiian limited mintage silver bullion coin is the striking Mermaid Rising Scottsdale Mint has launched the first of its limited mintage silver bullion coins for 2018. Staying with the nautical theme used for last years Fijiian coin - Hokusai, The Great Wave - the subject this year is an interesting bit of stylistic design depicting a mermaid. Called Mermaid Rising, the coin shows parts of [...]

January, 2018

Masterpieces in Stone is here with a Rhodonite inset coin celebrating the Venetian Doges Palace

By |2018-01-28T14:08:03+00:00January 28th, 2018|Categories: Architecture, Inserts, Silver, Fiji, Moneda Nueva|

Masterpieces in Stone is here with a Rhodonite inset coin celebrating the Venetian Doges Palace A notoriously tough genre of modern coins to stand out in, the general quality of art-architectural coins is second to none. CIT's much-admired trailblazing 2004 Tiffany Art coin has sprouted a whole range of competing series, one of which is Moneda Nuevas Masterpieces in Stone. There have been three issues to date, the [...]

November, 2017

The bottle-cap coin is back with the launch of an uber-iconic Coca-Cola design from Fiji

By |2017-11-14T08:54:10+00:00November 14th, 2017|Categories: Culture, Coloured, Silver, BH Mayer, Fiji|

The bottle-cap coin is back with the launch of an uber-iconic Coca-Cola design from Fiji Last year, Coin Invest Trust released a highly unusual coin in the shape of a metal bottle-cap. Celebrating the Bavarian Purity Law enacted by Duke Wilhelm IV of Bavaria on 23rd April 1516, it was shaped like a bottle cap. It sounds a simple thing, but is apparently a difficult thing to [...]

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