The Winterthur Coin Cabinet is internationally renowned – but it’s too much of a financial burden for this Swiss municipality. At least that’s what some of the parliamentarians think. They demand the city stop financing the museum.
The Bank of England Museum reopened again after a two-year Covid break. In a new temporary exhibition the museum investigates the connection between “Slavery & the Bank”.
In addition to English and German, Sixbid is now also available in Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish.
The Professional Numismatists Guild and the American Numismatic Association renamed two of their important numismatic awards honoring two prominent contemporary figures of the numismatic world: Harvey G. Stack and Chester L. Krause.
The executive board of the Numismatic Literary Guild has appointed Patrick Ian Perez as Executive Director of the organization.
In 2022, Swissmint is commemorating the last minting of the 10-franc gold Vreneli in 1922 with a gold coin. In the Swissmint online shop the coin was sold out only hours after the official issue. What makes this issue so special?
The U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing produces banknotes and other federal security products. In 2027, the Bureau will move to a state-of-the-art facility.
Two numismatically-minded dogs made headlines in recent weeks. Thanks to their fine noses, they tracked down coin hoards. But can coins even be sniffed out?
Really big pieces of money have often been treated as “curiosities” and overlooked in favor of shiny gold coins and crisp modern banknotes. As the stars of a new exhibition in the Smithsonian, they will do the heavy lifting as curator Ellen Feingold explains.
The World Money Fair Berlin had to be cancelled twice in a row, but in 2022 it will be held again as an on-site event – however, in the form of an international summer fair. Here you can find out what else will change and what will remain the same!