Could Texans soon be playing the gold card?
In 2015, Texas Governor Greg Abbott in 2015 signed into law an act establishing a state bullion depository at no cost to taxpayers. He intends to enter into a public-private partnership with a qualified company to provide a secure, physical depository and an agency of innovation. A non-banking....
Gold depository could soon be on its way to Texas
In 2015, Texas Governor Greg Abbott in 2015 signed into law an act establishing a state bullion depository at no cost to taxpayers. He intends to enter into a public-private partnership with a qualified company to provide a secure, physical depository and an agency of innovation. A non-banking....
Texas Gold: Republicans see first proposal for the state’s own bullion depository
In 2015, Texas Governor Greg Abbott in 2015 signed into law an act establishing a state bullion depository at no cost to taxpayers. He intends to enter into a public-private partnership with a qualified company to provide a secure, physical depository and an agency of innovation. A non-banking....
WORLD GOLD COUNCIL GOLD DEMAND TRENDS: 1Q 2016
Gold demand reached 1,290 tonnes Q1 2016, a 21% increase year-on-year, making it the second largest quarter on record. This increase was driven by huge inflows into exchange traded funds (ETFs) – 364t – fuelled by concerns around the shifting global economic and financial landscape. Higher....
 

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The vast majority of vintage coins exist in circulated condition. Since they were typically made to be used in everyday commerce, they are usually encountered with some degree of...
As is the case with most major historic events, the effects of World War II had an impact on American numismatics. The war generated an immense demand for copper, as it was...
The category “Classic Head Gold Coinage” refers to a series of Quarter Eagles and Half Eagles produced in the 1830s. The design for these coins was first introduced in the...
Since the United States Mint began producing gold coins in 1795, it has always used an alloy of both gold and copper. The primary purpose, originally, was to make the coins both...