News & Views

Keep up to date with the latest numismatic news, from the latest coin releases to hoard discoveries, new research and more…

Three more women to be honoured on US coins
The next three women featured on coins as part of the US Mint's 'American Women Quarters' series have been revealed,…
10 June 2021
Double Eagle sells for $18.8 million
The 1933 Double Eagle, described as ‘the most famous coin in the world’, has sold at auction in New York for $18,872,250…
08 June 2021
New resource for German coins
A new online database of German and Austrian public coin collections has been launched, offering collectors the chance…
04 June 2021
Royal Mint ‘Strike on the Day’ range for Queen’s birthday
The Royal Mint will celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s 95th Birthday with a Strike on the Day Celebration Sovereign and a…
01 June 2021
Interview: PNG President Richard Weaver
We chatted to Richard Weaver, the President of the Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG), and found out more about his…
23 May 2021
Jersey Heritage buys ‘lost’ Celtic hoard
Jersey Heritage has recently completed the purchase of most of a large hoard of Celtic coins and jewellery, much of…
04 May 2021
The Who set to feature on £5 coin
Rock band The Who, who had hits including My Generation, I Can See For Miles, and Pinball Wizard, are set to be honoured…
04 May 2021
Coin news round-up
Get the latest stories from the world of coins and coin collecting with our regular news update…
03 May 2021
1933 Double Eagle gets 'green bean'
Stuart Weitzman’s 1933 Double Eagle, set to go under the hammer in New York in June, has been verified as meeting its…
02 May 2021

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