Welcome to Coin Update!
We’re back with another fresh round up of the latest coin collecting news and articles from around the internet!
The weekly United States Mint numismatic product sales report includes the debut figures for the Edith Roosevelt First Spouse Gold Coins and two other new products.
Mint News Blog covers the release of the latest US Mint product and a potential price reduction for gold and platinum products.
Coin Collectors Blog has a poll asking if the US Mint should expand the number of coins they offer.
A coin market report from Harry Miller with some comments on American Gold, Platinum, and Silver Eagles.
A collector shares his experience trying to sell a collection of certified Morgan Dollars at a coin show. Although the coins were certified, none of them seem to have been in PCGS or NGC slabs.
Four gold proof coins removed from the cornerstone of a private building in Philadelphia are included in the next Legend-Morphy auction.
Consider giving silver coins, rounds, or bars as holiday gifts.
The parent company of NGC has opened an office in Shanghai to serve the market for NGC, NCS, and PMG in China.
The Perth Mint Bullion Blog shares an infographic on 2013 global gold mine and deposit rankings.
And now for today’s notable auction. It’s an example of the 2000-W Library of Congress $10 Gold and Platinum Coin in the original US Mint box with COA. This was the first and still the only bimetallic gold and platinum coin offered by the US Mint.
That’s it for the update. See you next time!