Gibraltar

June, 2019

The greatest seaborne assault in history was 75 years ago today. A look at the coins issued to mark it.

By |2019-06-07T07:42:05+01:00June 6th, 2019|Categories: History, Coloured, Gilded, Military, Gold, Silver, Canada, France, Gibraltar, Niue Island, Tanzania, United Kingdom|

The greatest seaborne assault in history was 75 years ago today. A look at the coins issued to mark it. Codenamed Operation Neptune, the largest seaborne invasion in history and the start of Operation Overlord took place on Tuesday, 6 June 1944 when a huge Allied force began the liberation of German-occupied France. The culmination of a years planning, and even then, it was almost scuppered by [...]

October, 2018

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

By |2018-10-24T21:16:51+01:00October 24th, 2018|Categories: Culture, Bullion, News Nuggets, 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 [...]

July, 2018

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

By |2018-07-24T15:14:49+01:00July 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 [...]

February, 2014

NEW RELEASE: GIBRALTAR JOINS THE 20 FOR 20 CLUB WITH 2014 SILVER ROYAL

By |2016-11-05T06:33:42+01:00February 20th, 2014|Categories: Bullion, History, Austrian Mint, Silver, Gibraltar|

First popularised by the Royal Canadian Mint with its $20 for $20 range, quickly followed by a $100 for $100 coins, the basic concept is of a coin sold by the mint at the same price as its denomination. In theory, this should protect the coin from any falls in the precious metal value as you could just change it in a bank for its face value. No doubt there'll be complications, but that's the [...]