Some of the rare silver coins with denominations include dollar coins, half-dollar coins, quarters, twenty cents, dimes, half of a dime, and three cent pieces. Silver coin making started in 1792 in the United States, and it also began minting the coins. Silver coins began producing a large number of them to be used in … Continue reading Rare Silver Coins For Collectors Or Everyday Buyers

Everyone knows a pot of gold does not always sit at the end of every rainbow. Instead, some people have found it just sitting in their backyards. Other bizzare places include in the walls of their ancient homes, or even right under your very feet. Still today, there are hundreds of people who set out … Continue reading Bizarre Places People Found Gold & Silver Pt 1.

Some say that coins that come from Mexico are to set the prices of gold rates today because they put in the so-called groundwork. Mexican mint gold coins can place and hold the costs of the valuable yellow metal when other investments rates are rapidly decreasing. The Gold Mint Coins in Mexico were first established … Continue reading Mexican Minted Silver and Gold Coins

Three and a half month high for gold has investors salivating. Spot gold went up 0.5 percent, coming in at $1,319.27 an ounce on Thursday. Gold Futures for February were able to settle at $1,321.60 an ounce. Palladium also rose 1.2 percent, making it $1,095.24 an ounce this week. However, the precious metal did hit … Continue reading Three And A Half Month High For Gold

On Friday, gold was on a one-month high, thus making it’s biggest annual rise since back in 2010. Though things are looking up for gold, the dollar is almost as low as it was in 2003. Tension and talks over North Korea and the Russian scandal the includes the American president are part to blame … Continue reading One-Month High For Gold, Looking Good For 2018

The beginning of 2018 isn’t looking too well for precious metals, though they began 2017 strong. According to reports from ABN AMRO, they expect the price of precious metals to come in at disappointing numbers. Senior analyst Georgette Boele of ABN AMRO says that she doesn’t see any of them going up much further in … Continue reading Precious Metals And Their Prices Going Into 2018

The Olympic medals are a staple of the winter and summer Olympics. Athletes who win them feel as though they are priceless. Robb Stauber, The USA Women’s Ice Hockey Coach feels that when it comes to teams, they want the gold. But some folks wonder in the medals are indeed made from precious metals to … Continue reading Olympic Medals Have Precious Metal Value

Gold took a small dip this week as it holds on to a two month low. However, there has been talk about the U.S. government potentially shutting down which if so, will lead to higher prices. On Wednesday, gold’s spot price was was down a mere 0..1 percent, coming in at $1,264.57 per ounce. U.S. … Continue reading Two Month Low On Gold For The Month of December

A mystery person left yet again a gold coin in a Salvation Army red kettle that is worth over $1,000. This occurred in Springfield, Ohio on Black Friday. According to the development director Ryan Ray this not something new. It was the third year in a row that on Black Friday someone left similar gold … Continue reading Gold Coin Left In Salvation Army Kettle

On Friday, the price of gold fell. At the time investors were locking in profits. However, experts are expecting the market to go up next week in the U.S. closer to $1,300. Early in the morning, gold had fallen 0.2 percent, coming in at $1,288,65 in the States. For the remainder of the week, bullion … Continue reading Gold Fell During The Week Of Thanksgiving