Bullion

April, 2019

Scottsdale’s Congo Silverback Gorilla bullion coin series ambles into view with a 2019 issue

By |2019-04-24T20:34:44+01:00April 24th, 2019|Categories: Bullion, Nature, Silver, Congo, Scottsdale Mint|

Scottsdale's Congo Silverback Gorilla bullion coin series ambles into view with a 2019 issue Despite a hugely expanded range of new silver (and gold) bullion coins, Scottsdale are also sticking with their longer running ranges. One of the most popular of them, and now on its fifth issue, is the Silverback Gorilla coin that is issued for the African state, the Republic of Congo. Launching [...]

Scottsdale Mints Egyptian-themed ‘hewn from rock’ bullion coins are back with the Sphinx of Hatshepsut

By |2019-04-11T17:02:02+01:00April 11th, 2019|Categories: Art & Literature, Bullion, History, Silver, Chad, Scottsdale Mint|

Scottsdale Mints Egyptian-themed 'hewn from rock' bullion coins are back with the Sphinx of Hatshepsut After a brief hiatus last year (or at least a detour to China), Scottsdale Mint's popular series of rough-edged Egyptian-themed bullion coins is back for 2019 with a new chunky 5oz addition to the range. Launching in 2016 with King Tut, it was followed in 2017 with Nefertiti and Rameses II issues. There [...]

Exclusive first look. Perth Mints striking Dragon bullion series doubles the mythical beasts for 2019

By |2019-04-08T10:39:30+01:00April 5th, 2019|Categories: Culture, Bullion, Australia, Silver, Perth Mint|

Exclusive first look. Perth Mints striking Dragon bullion series doubles the mythical beasts for 2019 Dragon & Phoenix was the first of a new Chinese-flavoured series of bullion coins that made their debut in 2017. Heavily styled around the mythology of this giant Asian nation, it was a big hit which spawned a beautiful 2018 entrant called Dragon & Tiger. Now back for its third annual release, [...]

Trident bullion from Barbados and Scottsdale Mint gets a 5k run of privy marked coins

By |2019-04-04T19:51:49+01:00April 4th, 2019|Categories: Bullion, Nature, Barbados, News Nuggets, Silver, Scottsdale Mint|

Trident bullion from Barbados and Scottsdale Mint gets a 5k run of privy marked coins 2018 BARBADOS TRIDENT PINEAPPLE PRIVY Late last year, Scottsdale Mint re-issued for 2018 the Barbados Trident bullion coin in gold and silver using the same design that had adorned it on its debut the year before. With a 30,000 mintage in silver and 5,000 in gold, it was towards the [...]

Scottsdale adds the Barbados Lionfish silver bullion coin to its growing repertoire

By |2019-04-03T18:08:59+01:00April 3rd, 2019|Categories: Bullion, Nature, Barbados, Silver, Scottsdale Mint|

Scottsdale adds the Barbados Lionfish silver bullion coin to its growing repertoire Scottsdale continue their campaign to provide infinite variety in the bullion market with the debut of the Barbados Lionfish 1oz silver coin. Joining a pretty cool and varied selection of coins, this one doesn't stray far from the mints comfort zone of a nature theme and issued for a Caribbean nation. The image [...]

Canada adds incuse strike Maple Leaf bullion variants and a new gold Call of the Wild coin

By |2019-04-03T14:55:57+01:00April 3rd, 2019|Categories: Bullion, Gold, Nature, Silver, Canada, Royal Canadian Mint|

Canada adds incuse strike Maple Leaf bullion variants and a new gold Call of the Wild coin One of the very biggest of the world's bullion coins, the Royal Canadian Mint's Maple Leaf continues to sell in huge numbers, but has very limited appeal to those more interested in the current trend towards limited mintage designs. That's only to be expected when anything becomes so ubiquitous, so [...]

March, 2019

Tokelau’s twelve-coin sea life bullion coin series hits its half way mark with the Loggerhead Turtle

By |2019-03-29T02:04:56+01:00March 29th, 2019|Categories: Bullion, Nature, Silver, Treasures of Oz, Tokelau|

Tokelau's twelve-coin sea life bullion coin series hits its half way mark with the Loggerhead Turtle Now in its sixth year, the Tokelau Sea-life silver bullion coin series has hit its half way mark with the launch of the latest Loggerhead Turtle design. Following the Kakahi (Yellowfin Tuna) in 2014, the 2015 Mokoha (Great White Shark), the 2016 Hakula (Sailfish), the 2017 Kapoa (Barracuda), and [...]

New Bullion: Second Serbian silver coin in its Tesla series celebrates remote wireless control

By |2019-03-26T16:27:19+01:00March 26th, 2019|Categories: Bullion, People, Science, News Nuggets, Silver, National Bank of Serbia, Serbia|

New Bullion: Second Serbian silver coin in its Tesla series celebrates remote wireless control One of the greatest scientists in history, Nikola Tesla is one of the most visionary inventors of all time. Involved in the creation of technologies that became the foundation of the modern world, he is especially credited for his work developing alternating current, the subject of the first coin released last year. [...]

New bullion: Iconic Australian ‘Mob of Roos’ coin back in limited Singapore privy mark silver form

By |2019-03-26T13:19:04+01:00March 26th, 2019|Categories: Bullion, Australia, Nature, News Nuggets, Silver, Royal Australian Mint|

New bullion: Iconic Australian 'Mob of Roos' coin back in limited Singapore privy mark silver form The national personification of Singapore, the Merlion is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. The fish body represents Singapore’s fishing village origin, with the lion head represents Singapore’s original name—Singapura—meaning “lion city”. It isn't a particularly old symbol, having been designed in the [...]

New Bullion: Cook Islands issues Sea Star silver bullion coin into an increasingly packed market

By |2019-03-26T12:36:41+01:00March 25th, 2019|Categories: Bullion, Nature, Silver, Heimerle + Meule|

New Bullion: Cook Islands issues Sea Star silver bullion coin into an increasingly packed market German metal refiner and bullion producer, Heimerle + Muele has added to the limited run 1oz silver bullion coin arena with another new nature-themed piece called Silver Star. Not based on a Sheriff's badge, as we suspect many US readers will guess, it's actually a sea-star, more commonly known in many [...]

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