Scottsdale Mint

November, 2018

Scottsdale at it again, with first in a striking series of East Asian mythology bullion coins called Four Guardians

By |2018-11-16T15:11:26+00:00November 16th, 2018|Categories: Art & Literature, Culture, Gold, Silver, Chad, Scottsdale Mint|

Scottsdale at it again, with a striking series of East Asian mythology bullion coins called Four Guardians It's been a manic year at Scottsdale Mint given what has been a wide and varied program of bullion coin releases. The Fiji Mermaid, Cayman Islands Marlin, Congo Silverback, Samoan Seahorse, the Chinese Dragon for Cameroon,  and the Ghanaian Leopard have all brought some cool design to the limited run [...]

Montserrat and Grenada released in the EC8 Caribbean bullion coin series from Scottsdale

By |2018-11-02T14:36:26+00:00November 2nd, 2018|Categories: Bullion, Coloured, Gold, Nature, Silver, Grenada, Montserrat, Scottsdale Mint|

Montserrat and Grenada released in the EC8 Caribbean bullion coin series from Scottsdale Now passing the half-way stage of an eight-coin 2018 program, Scottsdale Mint have doubled on the usual solo release by launching the Grenada and Montserrat coins in one hit. Previous issues that have been for other countries in the East Caribbean Central Bank zone include Antigua & Barbuda, Saint Kitts & Nevis, and Dominica. Still [...]

October, 2018

Scottsdale releases, then sells out of, its new Ghanaian Leopard silver bullion coin in a day

By |2018-10-26T06:08:22+00:00October 26th, 2018|Categories: Bullion, Nature, Silver, Ghana, Scottsdale Mint|

Scottsdale releases, then sells out of, its new Ghanaian Leopard silver bullion coin in a day We're on a bit of a Scottsdale Mint bullion run at the moment, with the Royal Arms of England, Terracotta Army, and now the second Ghanaian Leopard putting in an appearance. Launched last June, the first leopard coin was a decent design with good anatomy and an aggressive pose. [...]

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 [...]

Gibraltar adds three bullion versions to its Royal Arms of England range

By |2018-10-24T21:16:51+00:00October 24th, 2018|Categories: News Nuggets, Culture, Bullion, History, Gold, Gibraltar, Scottsdale Mint|

Gibraltar adds three bullion versions to its Royal Arms of England range An new annual series that launched earlier this year, Scottsdale Mints 'The Royal Arms of England' is to be a look at the heraldic history of the worlds most popular monarchy. More traditional in design than the Royal Mint series 'Queen's Beasts', it's a great looking coin, particularly this [...]

Cayman Islands Marlin gold and silver bullion coins are joined by coloured proof versions

By |2018-10-19T18:06:53+00:00October 19th, 2018|Categories: News Nuggets, Coloured, Gold, Nature, Silver, Cayman Islands, Scottsdale Mint|

Cayman Islands Marlin gold and silver bullion coins are joined by coloured proof versions 2018 CAYMAN ISLANDS MARLIN The Cayman Islands bullion coin seems to be quite popular and is now on its second year of release. There haven't been any changes to the design to date. A pretty cool, very dynamic design has this amazing fish bursting out of the water, surrounded by a border. While [...]

Scottsdale’s epic multi-year Biblical Series welcomes its 23rd release

By |2018-10-18T14:36:25+00:00October 18th, 2018|Categories: Art & Literature, Silver, Niue Island, Scottsdale Mint|

Scottsdale's epic multi-year Biblical Series welcomes its 23rd release Now in its fourth year, Scottsdale Mints Biblical Series is an epic range of coins based on the work of 19th century French wood engraver, Paul Gustave Louis Christophe Doré. Known for his unique style and prolific output, Dore produced a large number of biblical works for a book in 1866. That's fortunate for Scottsdale as the completed set is [...]

September, 2018

Scottsdale Mint debut a new series of silver bullion coins rich in Chinese dynastic culture

By |2018-09-20T14:43:17+00:00September 20th, 2018|Categories: Culture, Bullion, History, Silver, Cameroon, Scottsdale Mint|

Scottsdale Mint debut a new series of silver bullion coins rich in Chinese dynastic culture Never let it be said that Scottsdale are a mint that rests on its laurels! Almost unique amongst the bigger producers, Scottsdale have a large and varied range of silver bullion products, especially with legal tender coins for far flung places. With the ongoing EC8 Caribbean series taking pride of place at [...]

August, 2018

Dominica issues the third in Scottsdale Mints ambitious EC8 precious metal bullion coin program

By |2018-08-02T15:04:42+00:00August 2nd, 2018|Categories: Bullion, Coloured, Gold, Nature, Silver, Dominica, Scottsdale Mint|

Dominica issues the third in Scottsdale Mints ambitious EC8 precious metal bullion coin program Working its way through an eight-coin 2018 program, Scottsdale Mint have now released the third in the range. Following issues for Antigua & Barbuda, and for Saint Kitts & Nevis, this issue is for the island haven of Dominica. The EC8 bullion program will issue for a range of island nations throughout the [...]

July, 2018

Scottsdale debut their new The Royal Arms of England series with a multicoloured reverse-proof range

By |2018-07-24T15:14:49+00:00July 24th, 2018|Categories: Culture, History, Coloured, Gold, Silver, Gibraltar, Scottsdale Mint|

Scottsdale debut their new The Royal Arms of England series with a multicoloured reverse-proof range Never one to rest on their laurels for long, Scottsdale Mint has launched another coin series today, and in a nod to the hugely popular and highly regarded Queens Beasts series from the Royal Mint, is trying their hand at Britain's rich heraldic history. Called The Royal Arms of England, they're inextricably [...]

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