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A Great Read for the Numismatic History Buff

A Great Read for the Numismatic History Buff

Written for the American Numismatic Association (ANA) by Paul Hollis, American Numismatist is an enlightening book that draws the parallels of the history of the United States of America and all of the coins that have been struck along the way. Hollis’ book has been released...read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 09/28/2012

New Silver and Bronze Pieces Really Glow!

New Silver and Bronze Pieces Really Glow!

If you think the Halloween bars and medallion designs from SilverTowne look good – wait until you turn out the lights! The enameling artists at the SilverTowne Mint have introduced a new twist on a selection of these silver and bronze pieces this year. Glow-in-the-dark accents...read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 09/21/2012

Improve Your View – with the New SilverTowne Image Magnifier

Improve Your View – with the New SilverTowne Image Magnifier

When shopping for coins and bullion, have you ever wished you could zoom in on the image to read the fine print or to see the details of the design? Now you can with the newly launched SilverTowne image magnifier! To try the new magnifier, simply visit any product page on www.silvertowne.com and...read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 09/14/2012

May We Never Forget…

May We Never Forget…

September 11th is no longer just a date on a calendar. It invokes memories of the most tragic day in our nation's history. On this date in 2001, nearly 3,000 people were killed in terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon in Arlington, Va. – across...read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 09/11/2012

2012 P Acadia 5oz Silver Coins Now Available

2012 P Acadia 5oz Silver Coins Now Available

The latest release in the US Mint’s 2012 P America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin Series features Acadia National Park. Located off the coast of Maine, the National Park was the first east of the Mississippi. It was originally named Lafayette National Park upon...read more

Posted in: The Vault Blog - 09/07/2012
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