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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Breast Cancer Awareness $5 Gold Coin

Breast Cancer Awareness $5 Gold Coin

The obverse (heads) design, by Emily Damstra and sculpted by Phebe Hemphill, features two women. The older woman has her hands on her chest and a relieved expression on her face. The younger woman, with a scarf on her head, holds one hand over her chest and the other raised in a fist as if she is ready to fight. A butterfly flies above the two women.

The gold reverse (tails) design by Emily Damstra and sculpted by Renata Gordon, depicts a Tiger Swallowtail butterfly in flight, a symbol of hope.


Composition: 85 percent Gold; 14.8 percent Copper, Balance Zinc
Diameter: 0.850 inches
Weight: 7.931 grams
Mintage Limit: 50,000 across all gold product options

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Berlin’s 2018 World Money Fair

City Releases Coins

Berlin’s 2018 World Money Fair, WMF  was a great success with 300 exhibitors from more than 50 countries. Thousands of collectors attended many were looking for the best new WMF Releases. There is an aplite for coins released through shows like the WMF and ANA shows in the United States. We refer to them as City Releases. The demand for coins like these were triggered in 2014 when a collector paid $100,000 for the first John F. Kennedy Gold Half Dollar.

Friday, March 2, 2018

NGC Grades 40,000,000 Coins

NGC Grades 40,000,000 Coins

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) has become the first third-party coin grading service to grade more than 40,000,000 coins.

NGC has been the industry leader for a number of years. It became the first third-party grading service to reach 20,000,000 coins graded (in 2010), the first to reach 25,000,000 coins graded (in 2012), the first to reach 30,000,000 coins graded (in 2014) and the first to reach 35,000,000 coins graded (in 2016).

International growth has been a major force behind these recent milestones. NGC now has international offices in Shanghai, Hong Kong and Munich as well as 13 Official Submission Centers around the world. In April, NGC will open its fourth international office in London.

Coins are graded full time at NGC's 60,000-square-foot headquarters in Sarasota, Florida, USA, and at its 15,000-square-foot facility in Shanghai. In March, NGC will begin to offer periodic on-site grading in Munich.

Used by the Smithsonian Institution to preserve its most important rarities.

Every coin certified by NGC is encapsulated in its state-of-the-art holder, the same holder used by the Smithsonian Institution to preserve its most important rarities. The superior protection of the NGC holder, coupled with its expert and impartial grading and guarantee, has helped NGC to stand out year after year.