Tag: Money Metals

The America the Beautiful Coin Series Launched in 2010

The first coin in the series, honoring Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, was issued in 2010. Four additional coins followed with the same 2010 date. And each year thereafter 5 new designs are released.

Each America the Beautiful (ATB) coin carries the same design on the obverse. Buyers will recognize the familiar coin portrait of George Washington, the same design featured on currently circulating quarters, only greatly enlarged to fit the 5 oz size. The inscriptions on the obverse include; United States of America, Liberty, In God We Trust and Quarter Dollar.

Each coin’s reverse side varies depending upon the place being commemorated. The list of sites to adorn the 56 coins were chosen in a process which included state governors, the US Interior Department, the Secretary of the Treasury, the US Commission of Fine Arts and the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee.

The design for each coin was created by artists in the US Mint’s Artistic Infusion Program. This program was established in 2003 to include professional American artists from diverse backgrounds and who hold diverse interests. Artists collaborate with US Mint staff to craft images which work well on coinage.

Check out these silver coins for sale here:
https://bit.ly/2ICTLzZ

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The America the Beautiful Coin Series Launched in 2010

The first coin in the series, honoring Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, was issued in 2010. Four additional coins followed with the same 2010 date. And each year thereafter 5 new designs are released.

Each America the Beautiful (ATB) coin carries the same design on the obverse. Buyers will recognize the familiar coin portrait of George Washington, the same design featured on currently circulating quarters, only greatly enlarged to fit the 5 oz size. The inscriptions on the obverse include; United States of America, Liberty, In God We Trust and Quarter Dollar.

Each coin’s reverse side varies depending upon the place being commemorated. The list of sites to adorn the 56 coins were chosen in a process which included state governors, the US Interior Department, the Secretary of the Treasury, the US Commission of Fine Arts and the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee.

The design for each coin was created by artists in the US Mint’s Artistic Infusion Program. This program was established in 2003 to include professional American artists from diverse backgrounds and who hold diverse interests. Artists collaborate with US Mint staff to craft images which work well on coinage.

Check out these silver coins for sale here:
https://bit.ly/2ICTLzZ

The Coin is Legal Tender in the United Kingdom with a Face Value of 10 British Pounds

About the Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been continuously minting British coinage for more than 1,000 years. The mint was moved to the Tower of London in the late thirteenth century, and operated there for five centuries. In 1812 The Royal Mint moved from the Tower to new premises on London’s Tower Hill. Finally, in 1967 the construction of a new Royal Mint began in its current location in South Wales, UK.

The Royal Mint has a long and storied history and is always respected, but innovation keeps it at the forefront of the world when it comes to minting. The Mint employs the latest equipment, technology and methods to deliver beautiful, well crafted coins with fine detail. The combination of rich tradition and innovation have made Royal Mint coins recognized throughout the world for their quality.

Check out these platinum coins :
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Originally Posted Here: The Coin is Legal Tender in the United Kingdom with a Face Value of 10 British Pounds

The Coin is Legal Tender in the United Kingdom with a Face Value of 10 British Pounds

About the Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been continuously minting British coinage for more than 1,000 years. The mint was moved to the Tower of London in the late thirteenth century, and operated there for five centuries. In 1812 The Royal Mint moved from the Tower to new premises on London’s Tower Hill. Finally, in 1967 the construction of a new Royal Mint began in its current location in South Wales, UK.

The Royal Mint has a long and storied history and is always respected, but innovation keeps it at the forefront of the world when it comes to minting. The Mint employs the latest equipment, technology and methods to deliver beautiful, well crafted coins with fine detail. The combination of rich tradition and innovation have made Royal Mint coins recognized throughout the world for their quality.

Check out these platinum coins :
https://bit.ly/2UD9Q06

$GLD and $SLV Prices as of April 15 2019 @moneymetals

April 15, 2019 — Gold flat-lined again while silver prices dropped a bit late in last week’s trading. Investors’ “risk on” sentiment continues to be the challenge for metals as the equity markets keep moving higher. Another round of rumors of an impending deal with China on trade helped push stock prices higher.

If a deal is reached, it may wind up being a “sell the news” event given how much optimism over trade has already contributed to equity prices. If a deal is not reached, we’ll find out how much longer markets continue responding to rumors.

The Wall Street Journal published an article Sunday which mirrors our own puzzlement about what is driving the rally in financial markets everywhere. The headline is “Global Stock Rally Defies Dimming Economic Outlook.” Signs portending a slowdown in the economy are growing, but that isn’t reflected in equity prices.

Check out live precious metals prices here:
https://goo.gl/gy5XMA

$GLD and $SLV Prices as of April 15 2019 @moneymetals

April 15, 2019 — Gold flat-lined again while silver prices dropped a bit late in last week’s trading. Investors’ “risk on” sentiment continues to be the challenge for metals as the equity markets keep moving higher. Another round of rumors of an impending deal with China on trade helped push stock prices higher.

If a deal is reached, it may wind up being a “sell the news” event given how much optimism over trade has already contributed to equity prices. If a deal is not reached, we’ll find out how much longer markets continue responding to rumors.

The Wall Street Journal published an article Sunday which mirrors our own puzzlement about what is driving the rally in financial markets everywhere. The headline is “Global Stock Rally Defies Dimming Economic Outlook.” Signs portending a slowdown in the economy are growing, but that isn’t reflected in equity prices.

Check out live precious metals prices here:
https://goo.gl/gy5XMA

Originally Posted Here: $GLD and $SLV Prices as of April 15 2019 @moneymetals

You Won’t Go Wrong With These Happy Birthday Eagle Silver Coins

The American Eagle silver coins are known as the most popular silver bullion coins in the world – a testament to their beautiful design.

Enduring silver makes for an excellent gift – especially when it is the beautiful silver American Eagle in our exclusive “Happy Birthday!” coin capsule. Why send another $20 bill in a card, to be spent and forgotten? Instead send something well-crafted and gleaming, with value that stands to increase over time. It won’t be discarded while in these coin holders and leaves an impression the recipient won’t soon forget.

And it is a gift to inspire important conversations about honest money. The buying power of the United States dollar just keeps falling. Investors can protect themselves by saving in sound money. Americans bought the first fine silver American Eagle in 1986 for around $7 apiece. Today’s price is a reflection of what has happened to our dollar in recent decades.

Buy silver coins:
https://bit.ly/2ZfkWGY

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You Won’t Go Wrong With These Happy Birthday Eagle Silver Coins

The American Eagle silver coins are known as the most popular silver bullion coins in the world – a testament to their beautiful design.

Enduring silver makes for an excellent gift – especially when it is the beautiful silver American Eagle in our exclusive “Happy Birthday!” coin capsule. Why send another $20 bill in a card, to be spent and forgotten? Instead send something well-crafted and gleaming, with value that stands to increase over time. It won’t be discarded while in these coin holders and leaves an impression the recipient won’t soon forget.

And it is a gift to inspire important conversations about honest money. The buying power of the United States dollar just keeps falling. Investors can protect themselves by saving in sound money. Americans bought the first fine silver American Eagle in 1986 for around $7 apiece. Today’s price is a reflection of what has happened to our dollar in recent decades.

Buy silver coins:
https://bit.ly/2ZfkWGY

Each Gold Bullion Coin’s Obverse Carries the Giant Panda

One of the world’s most adorable creatures. The species is native to China’s interior mountains and relies heavily on bamboo as a food source.

The reverse features an image of the Temple of Heaven which has stood in Beijing for more than 500 years.

Coin Highlights:

  • Each gold coin is sealed in mint plastic – originally packaged in sheets of 10 coins
  • Each gold coin contains 1 Gram (.03215 ozt) of .999 gold.
  • Face value of ¥10 (Yuan), backed by the Chinese government
  • China first issued gold pandas in 1982. The coins were originally produced in troy ounce sizes (1/10, 1/4,1/2 and 1 oz), but production was switched to metric units in 2016.

The panda design changes from year to year. The coins we ship will be random in design, subject to inventory and availability.

Check out these gold coins:
https://bit.ly/2UCMkAm

Originally Posted Here: Each Gold Bullion Coin’s Obverse Carries the Giant Panda

Each Gold Bullion Coin’s Obverse Carries the Giant Panda

One of the world’s most adorable creatures. The species is native to China’s interior mountains and relies heavily on bamboo as a food source.

The reverse features an image of the Temple of Heaven which has stood in Beijing for more than 500 years.

Coin Highlights:

  • Each gold coin is sealed in mint plastic – originally packaged in sheets of 10 coins
  • Each gold coin contains 1 Gram (.03215 ozt) of .999 gold.
  • Face value of ¥10 (Yuan), backed by the Chinese government
  • China first issued gold pandas in 1982. The coins were originally produced in troy ounce sizes (1/10, 1/4,1/2 and 1 oz), but production was switched to metric units in 2016.

The panda design changes from year to year. The coins we ship will be random in design, subject to inventory and availability.

Check out these gold coins:
https://bit.ly/2UCMkAm