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Silver Gazette

A curated collection of RSS feeds focusing on Silver.

From Golden Eagle Coin

  • A Simple Guide to Coin Grading

    July 15th at 6:45am

    For coin collectors, the most valuable coin is always the one that has just been stamped. Perfect, with no scratches, nicks or marks, with a uniform finish, and with clear, crisp designs and inscriptions. The more time a coin has spent in someone’s pocket, the less it is worth. No matter how valuable a rare […]
  • Rare 1876-CC twenty-cent coin for sale

    July 8th at 6:15am

    The American Numismatics Association (ANA) is the most prestigious coin society to belong to, and its annual ‘World’s Fair of Money’ is a great event for any collector to visit. If you are still making plans for an August vacation, consider a few days in Chicago, and drop into the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center […]
  • US-Canada Pride of Two Nations Coin Set

    July 1st at 6:05am

    The normally close relationship between America and its northern neighbor, Canada, has been under strain in recent years, with each country working from very different political playbooks. But in the coin world all is rosy, and to make that point the US Mint and the Royal Canadian Mint have got together for a first. They […]
  • Great Britain “The Gold Standard” Coin

    June 24th at 6:03am

    With gold prices showing an upsurge because of trade uncertainties, many collectors are looking around to add gold to their collections. The American Eagle and Canadian Maple Leaf gold coins remain top of the list, but it can be worth looking further afield. The Royal Mint, which issues sterling, the currency of the United Kingdom, […]
  • War in the Pacific National Park Quarter Released

    June 10th at 6:01am

    Five times a year we get the pleasure of welcoming a new quarter in the ‘America the Beautiful’ series, that has been running since 2010, and still has a couple of years to go. 2019 is also the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, and it worked out weel that the 48th […]
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