Monthly Archives: February 2021
- Posted: February 27, 2021Categories: Ancient Coins, Rare Silver Coins, Alexander the Great, Macedonian Empire
This Alexander The Great Silver Drachm is a beauty! Few names resonate in history like that of General Alexander the Great of Macedon. Even today 2,350 years after his death Coinage issued under Alexander are highly desirable and are sought after by all sorts of collectors.
A Silver Drachm Like this...Will Sell Quickly!
We are pleased to offer this remarkably high end silver drachm graded by NGC Ancients. Because it has been certified in choice mint state condition, it is highly desirable. It also has received the fine style designation, which implies it to be of the highest artistic quality. Furthermore, this particular coin is known to be a lifetime issue. This means it was struck while Alexander was still alive. Coins that were issued after
- Posted: February 13, 2021Categories: Ancient Coins, Rare Gold Coins, Ancient Roman CoinsRead more »
This Beautiful Ancient Coin
If some asks "why buy a Coson Gold Stater" you can answer, because you're looking for remarkable ancient coins. One that is gold and has tremendous value in the ancient coin market place. You can also tell them to just take a look at this beautiful ancient coin. Then show them the Coson Gold Staters in Mint State 4x4 Condition.
Some Coin Highlights
- These coins have a quarter of an ounce of pure gold and were struck around 2,000 years ago.
- They are certified by NGC, a branch of Numismatic Guaranty Corporation devoted to ancient coins.
- They are in mint state condition and for under $2,000.
- Posted: February 07, 2021Categories: Ancient Coins, Rare Gold Coins, Ancient Roman CoinsRead more »
A gold coin of ancient Rome
What is a Gold Aureus? The Julius Caesar Gold Aureus was a gold coin of ancient Rome originally valued at 25 pure Silver Denarii. From the 1st century BC to the beginning of the 4th century AD the aureus was commonly struck. It later was replaced by the Solidus. This gold Aureus was struck Caesar during the Roman Republican period under Julius Caesar by Praetor A. Hirtius.
The aureus was heavier than the same size denarius because gold is more dense than silver. Before Julius Caesar became emperor of Rome the gold aureus wasn't very common. It was Caesar's extravagant spending and trying to gain favor with the social elitist that
- Posted: February 05, 2021Categories: Rare Silver Coins, Metals Market UpdateRead more »
Over the weekend of January 31st, the silver bullion market caught fire. In this Silver Market Update you'll find the “reddit crowd”, the same folks that fueled the Gamestop stock frenzy shifted their attention to the silver bullion market. They went after the ETF for silver (SLV), and silver mining stocks. As a result, the price of silver jumped 8% on Monday and many silver stocks surged as much as 40% in a day. Then, as quickly as it started, the price of silver subsided Monday evening into Tuesday. This was a direct result of the futures market raising margin requirements on silver contracts