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28Sep 20

Rule Britannia, Britannia Rule the picosecond laser engraved Waves. Royal Mint goes high-tech for bullion perennial

By |September 28th, 2020|Categories: Culture, Bullion, Gold, Silver, Royal Mint, United Kingdom|0 Comments

Rule Britannia, Britannia Rule the picosecond laser engraved Waves. Royal Mint goes high-tech for bullion perennial Like many collectors, we were disappointed a few years ago when the Royal Mint decided to move away from it's programme of irregular changing designs for its Britannia bullion [...]

26Sep 20

Hercules is back on a high relief silver coin depicting the fourth of his epic twelve tasks of ancient lore

By |September 26th, 2020|Categories: Art & Literature, History, Gilded, Silver, Mint of Poland, Niue Island|0 Comments

Hercules is back on a high relief silver coin depicting the fourth of his epic twelve tasks of ancient lore A super theme for a coin series, the fabled Twelve Tasks of Hercules are one of the greatest stories of many that litter the world of Ancient [...]

25Sep 20

China’s epic Five Tiger Generals is the subject of an equally epic new silver coin series from Numiartis

By |September 25th, 2020|Categories: Culture, History, Gilded, Silver, Mint of Poland, Numiartis, Niue Island|0 Comments

China's epic Five Tiger Generals is the subject of an equally epic new silver coin series from Numiartis The early signs of post-Covid19 (season 1) activity continue in the coin worldsancient world themed issues with the latest release from Numiartis. Producers, in collaboration with CIT/BH Mayer [...]

24Sep 20

The Royal Mint debuts the first three in a nine-coin multi-year Winnie the Pooh tsunami in gold and silver

By |September 24th, 2020|Categories: News|0 Comments

The Royal Mint debuts the first three in a nine-coin multi-year Winnie the Pooh tsunami in gold and silver The Royal Mint continues its dive into the literary world with its extensive fifty pence coin range with the addition of Winnie the Pooh. Coming at the same [...]

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23Sep 20

The East India Company continues its Treasures of India bullion series with the Peacock

By |September 23rd, 2020|Categories: Bullion, Gold, Nature, Silver, East India Company, St Helena|0 Comments

The East India Company continues its Treasures of India bullion series with the Peacock Increasingly prolific in the bullion coin market, the East India Company brings its own more formal style with it. This is the second coin in a series called 'Treasures of India. [...]

22Sep 20

Scottsdale debuts a new Cameroonian silver bullion coin – The Mandrill

By |September 22nd, 2020|Categories: Bullion, Coloured, Gold, Nature, Silver, Cameroon, Scottsdale Mint|1 Comment

Scottsdale debuts a new Cameroonian silver bullion coin - The Mandrill Purveyors of an almost countless variety of bullion coins, Scottsdale Mint has carved itself a place at the top of the heap in this burgeoning marketplace. From such ambitious programmes as the Eastern Caribbean [...]

21Sep 20

The Royal Mint releases its penultimate Queen’s Beasts proof coin range – White Greyhound of Richmond

By |September 21st, 2020|Categories: Culture, History, Gold, Silver, Royal Mint, United Kingdom|0 Comments

The Royal Mint releases its penultimate Queen's Beasts proof coin range - White Greyhound of Richmond We've already covered the last of the Queen's Beasts bullion coins with a new Bullion Coin Profile of the whole ten-coin series, so we won't go over the whole thing again. [...]

19Sep 20

The Velociraptor and Dilophosaurus come back to life as a pair of new silver miniatures

By |September 19th, 2020|Categories: Nature, Miniatures, Silver, Heads or Tales|0 Comments

The Velociraptor and Dilophosaurus come back to life as a pair of new silver miniatures We don't normally cover much in the way of silver miniatures, preferring to stick to the precious metal coin market above all else, but the New Zealand Mint range, now [...]

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18Sep 20

Mint of Poland’s Woman Warrior series moves North from the Greek Amazons to the Norse Valkyrie

By |September 18th, 2020|Categories: Culture, History, Gilded, Silver, Mint of Poland, Niue Island|0 Comments

Mint of Poland's Woman Warrior series moves North from the Greek Amazons to the Norse Valkyrie After several months of a covid-caused lack of activity, the Mint of Poland is back with the newest entry in their superb 2oz selection of ancient mythology and history [...]

17Sep 20

The scourge of the Crusaders, Saladin, is immortalised on an impressive new silver coin from The Treasurists

By |September 17th, 2020|Categories: History, People, Silver, Chad, Precious Metal Collectors|0 Comments

The scourge of the Crusaders, Saladin, is immortalised on an impressive new silver coin from The Treasurists Building themselves an impressive reputation with their innovative copper-cored coins, Precious Metal Collectors also work with Thai company, The Treasurists, to issue some excellent standard silver coins as [...]

16Sep 20

Eastern Caribbean Eight bullion coin range heads to Grenada for its third annual vacation

By |September 16th, 2020|Categories: Bullion, Coloured, Gold, Nature, Silver, Grenada, Scottsdale Mint|0 Comments

Eastern Caribbean Eight bullion coin range heads to Grenada for its third annual vacation It wasn't long ago we looked at the second of Scottsdale Mint's 2020 run through its annual eight-coin Caribbean themed bullion coin range and now, with a programme heavily compressed by the [...]

14Sep 20

Scottsdale launches a new silver bullion pair around Japanese cultural icon, Momotaro – Peach Boy

By |September 14th, 2020|Categories: Culture, Bullion, Silver, Scottsdale Mint, Samoa|0 Comments

Scottsdale launches a new silver bullion pair around Japanese cultural icon, Momotaro - Peach Boy Scottsdale Mint seems to be picking up a bit of steam to make up for the huge drag on the market caused by the coronavirus pandemic over the last few [...]

11Sep 20

Una and the Lion, a rousing symbol of the Victorian British Empire is given a refresh on St Helena’s new bullion coin

By |September 11th, 2020|Categories: Culture, Bullion, Silver, East India Company, St Helena|0 Comments

Una and the Lion, a rousing symbol of the Victorian British Empire is given a refresh on St Helena's new bullion coin Designed by Glyn Davies and issued by the East India Company last year, a modern refresh of that classic 19th century icon of empire, [...]

09Sep 20

A tiny murderous spider was the first Australia’s Most Dangerous bullion coin, now it’s the turn of a giant murderous shark

By |September 9th, 2020|Categories: Bullion, Australia, Gold, Nature, Silver, Royal Australian Mint|0 Comments

A tiny murderous spider was the first Australia's Most Dangerous bullion coin, now it's the turn of a giant murderous shark The second of 'Australia's Most Dangerous' bullion coins has now broken out and after dabbling in the arachnid world with the Red-back Spider, it's the turn [...]

08Sep 20

Australia’s numismatic look at the stars through the eyes of indigenous art continues with Seven Sisters

By |September 8th, 2020|Categories: Culture, Coloured, Australia, Nature, Silver, Royal Australian Mint|0 Comments

Australia's numismatic look at the stars through the eyes of indigenous art continues with Seven Sisters If anyone is going to have a history of night sky art, it will be the Indigenous people of Australia. Considered to be the oldest astronomers in the world, they've [...]

04Sep 20

It’s 400 years since the historic Mayflower voyage and the two countries celebrate together with numismatic sets

By |September 4th, 2020|Categories: History, Gold, Medallion, Silver, Royal Mint, US Mint, United Kingdom, United States|0 Comments

It's 400 years since the historic Mayflower voyage and the two countries celebrate together with numismatic sets A big part of early modern US history, the voyage of the Mayflower is one of a select group of nation defining events that are universally considered worthy of numismatic [...]

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