Notre Dame de Paris on  fire!

Notre Dame de Paris on fire!

We very rarely deviate from the field of numismatics, which is our DNA, at NUMISMAG. However, there are events that cannot leave you insensitive....

ELINA BRASLINA from Latvia: first strike and first success in coin design

ELINA BRASLINA from Latvia: first strike and first success in coin design

ELINA BRASLINA is a young latvian artist and coin designer. Her first numismatic project was the commemorative coin Cat’s Mill issued by Latvian Central...

In 2019 Royal Mint celebrates Queen VICTORIA’s reign

In 2019 Royal Mint celebrates Queen VICTORIA’s reign

The Royal Mint is celebrating the 200th anniversary since Queen Victoria’s birth with a special new £5 commemorative coin.

Having inherited the throne just one...

1861 Withdraw of WINSCONSIN dollars: riots for banknotes

1861 Withdraw of WINSCONSIN dollars: riots for banknotes

Nowadays, banknotes in the United States are issued by the government. However, this has not always been the case. Before the American Civil War,...

Latvia: a 2019 silver coin to commemorate the fairy tale Cat’s Mill

Latvia: a 2019 silver coin to commemorate the fairy tale Cat’s Mill

On Thursday, 11 April, Latvijas Banka is issuing a silver collector coin “Cat’s Mill” dedicated to the literary work of Kārlis Skalbe.

The fairy tale...

Germany: 2020 to 2022 €2 commemorative coins – “Bundesländer” series

Germany: 2020 to 2022 €2 commemorative coins – “Bundesländer” series

As part of the “Bundesländer” series, the federal government has decided on the following issues:

In 2020, a 2 euro commemorative coin “Brandenburg” (motif: Sanssouci...
Impressions of Royal Australian Mint on 2019 Singapore coin fair

Impressions of Royal Australian Mint on 2019 Singapore coin fair

NUMISMAG interviewed the RAM (Royal Australian Mint) about the Singapore coin fair where the Australian mint had a booth. It is always interesting to...

2019: First Ever W Quarter coins  for US circulation coinages

2019: First Ever W Quarter coins for US circulation coinages

Do you see something strange in your change? For National Coin Week, the U.S. Mint is mixing things up and launching a limited amount...

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