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Small North Georgia Town Home of Valuable Numismatic Gold Coins

When you think of some of the more prominent U.S. mints that produced gold coins during the mid-1800’s, the Philadelphia, New Orleans and San Francisco mints come to mind, but some of the most coveted gold coins from this era were actually minted in a small mining town located in North Georgia. Dahlonega, Ga., was a branch of the U.S. Mint from 1838 – 1861 and was opened in response to the Georgia Gold Rush. ...
Written by Tony Davis at 12:00

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Saddle Ridge Treasure on display at National Money Show in Atlanta

The Saddle Ridge Treasure of over 1,400 gold coins, with an estimated value of $10 million will be on display for the first time at the American Numismatic Association’s National Money Show in Atlanta this week.
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Why Gold Investors are Pessimistic … or are they?

As a coin and bullion dealer and hard money advocate, I’ve been accused on more than one occasion of being a pessimist. In fact, individuals have gone so far as to state that I would like to see a complete meltdown of the financial and monetary markets, which would force us to re-adopt the gold standard.
Written by Tony Davis at 00:00
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Commemorative Coins of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition proposed

The set would include a $5 octagonal gold coin.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

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A Golden Opportunity: The Colorado Gold Rush

The Colorado Gold Rush is one of the most historic Gold Rushes in American history. Its influence is still seen today along the Front Range of the Rocky Mountain Region.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

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