The Smithsonian in Washington D.C. has the 1804 dollar, 1933 double eagle & other rare coins. Here’s what you’ll see. Plus my tips for visiting the museum.
Some of the top US Olympic coins loved by coin collectors. Find out the history and trivia behind each one. See what these commemorative coins are now worth
American Silver Eagles aren’t just for silver stackers — they’re exciting coins for numismatists, too. Here’s why silver eagles are fun coins to collect.
Curious about the value of First Strike coins? Are they even worth buying? Here’s an expert analysis on whether First Strike coins are a good investment.
Do you collect silver eagle coins? See why silver eagle prices don’t always go up, and which American silver eagles are worth more than bullion value.
American silver eagle coins can be expensive to buy. Here are 6 clever ways to save money when buying silver eagles.
Is now a good time to buy silver coins? A look back — and a look ahead — to help you make a good decision about buying silver coins.
How was the famous Saddle Ridge gold coin hoard found in California? Find out here, plus tips on how to discover your own coin hoards!
Trying to find the perfect coin gift for someone? These 5 coin gift ideas are sure to please even the non-numismatists in your life.
So, why did the U.S. Mint stop production of the Platinum Coin Program anyway? If – and when – the U.S. Mint revives its entire line of platinum coins, the demand for any of the coins from the newest of 3 American Eagle coin series will be strong and steady!
Check out the value of popular U.S. silver coins sought after by many coin collectors and investors.
Looking for cheap gold coins? Check out this list of 5 types of gold coins that you can buy for under $500 each.
Walking Liberty half dollars, minted from 1916 to 1947, are often considered among the most beautiful coins in the world.
American Silver Eagles are beautiful silver bullion coins that are great for both investing in and collecting.
Make sure you know how to avoid buying gold-plated coins.
A silver, platinum, or gold price chart will help you know what the United States Mint charges you for bullion coins.
Take a look at 9 of the most popular and rarest coins U.S. coins that coin collectors go gaga over.
Silver and gold sales from the U.S. Mint seem to show mixed results from March 2010. Find out the juicy details here.
Double eagles are expensive gold coins, but they certainly are popular coins that people love to own.
U.S. gold coins are popular with coin collectors and coin investors. One thing that makes gold coins great, though, is that — with a little bit of shopping — you’ll likely be able to find some that fit your budget.
Barack Obama presidential coins are popular coin collectors’ items, but are they really rare or good investments?
If you have ever seen an advertisement for a First Strike coin and wanted to know if you should buy one of the coins, you’ll want to check out this first — as you’ll see, First Strike coins are not always what they are cracked up to be.
The United States Mint broke a record when they made nearly 30 million American silver eagle coins in 2009.
The United States Mint will no longer be selling the 2009 Ultra High Relief Double Eagle Gold Coin after December 31, so be sure to get yours today while you still can!
IRA investing can be made more fun — and shinier — if you use bullion coins as part of your IRA investing portfolio. But before you start buying bullion coins for your IRA portfolio, make sure you know some very important rules about which bullion coins are approved for IRA investing!