Most read of the week: British gold giant

Each week we publish selected content from the print edition of the week on our website coin world as well as content written primarily for online audiences.

Here are five of our most read articles from the past week, in reverse order.

5. American Eagle Dollar Not Immediately “Sold Out” After Registration Interest: After the supply limit was reached in the US Mint’s registration schedule, the public sale of the American Eagle 2022-W was still offering coins.

4. 2022-S Silver Proof Set Offers More Coins at the Same Price of 2021: The 2022-S Silver Proof Set offers you more coins at the same price compared to the similar product offered in 2021.

3. Market Analysis: Untinted vs. Tinted MS-68 Quarters: Two Washington quarters with identical MS-68 grades, one tinted and one untinted, represent a study in contrast as they were recently offered in a sale.

2. Market Analysis: 1932-D and 1932-S Quarter Series Keys: Excitement surrounded the May 8th Heritage sale of high quality Washington quarters from the series’ first year of issue.

1. Royal Mint issues its largest ever gold coin: A private collector commissioned the Royal Mint to produce a gold coin measuring 220 millimeters in diameter and weighing 15,030 grams to celebrate the platinum anniversary.

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