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CoinsWeekly’s subscription-canvassing-campaign

Are you among those who forward their CoinsWeekly newsletter to their colleagues and collector friends from time to time? If they subscribe now, you can soon expand your library by a small but important dictionary. more ]

Theft at the Royal Canadian Mint

An employee of the Royal Canadian Mint stands accused of stealing gold coins and gold pucks. He probably smuggled the blanks using the oldest trick in the book – smuggling them inside his own body. more ]

Welcome to Iran! Part 9: The Tower of Babel

Where did you think the best-preserved ziggurat was – in Ur or Uruk? Neither is correct. If you want to know what the Tower of Babel looked like you need to travel to Chogha Zanbil. We do exactly that before we visit Shush, the ancient Susa. more ]


Bullion coins part I: The Krugerrand

Gold has always been an alternative for investors. And since 1967, one can not only invest in bullion, but also in bullion coins. The South Africans ought to feel like the inventors of the gold bullion coin. They have been minting the Krugerrand since 1967. more ]

Auction sales

Classical Numismatic Group [ more ]

Sincona AG, CH-Zürich [ more ]

Harlan J. Berk, LTD [ more ]

Fritz Rudolf Künker, D-Osnabrück [ more ]