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Agrippa’s Meeting of Kings at Tiberias

Josephus tells us of a most interesting meeting in Tiberias, apparently convened by Agrippa I (37-44 CE), grandson of Herod the Great, probably around 42 CE...

COIN OF THE YEAR 2008 – winners of the 2010 COTY Award drawn

Each year the US-American journal World Coin News awards the COTY Award celebrating the year’s best coins...

Coty 2011 – this time featuring pictures

Krause has announced the winners. By now, we can show you pictures of all coins. There is also one change to communicate...

Coin of the Year 2011 has been chosen and voting opens for 2011 People’s Choice Coin of the Year Award.

After the winners in all categories of the Coin of the Year Award have been determined, the final victor is certain. The winner is the South African gold coin in honor of the White Rhino...

Hungary has won the COTY People’s Choice Award for an incredible fourth time

Since the existence of this category no other country has ever won this award. In 2011 Hungary remains People’s Choice...

40 Years of World Money Fair – Part 2

What made a little coin show in Basel / Switzerland the most known coin show all over the world? Here’s the second part of the story.

40th edition of the World Money Fair – a magnificent jubilee

More than 15,000 visitors flocked to the 8 fairground halls of the World Money Fair. On the periphery of the auction, the auction and trading house Künker realized the highest price ever for a coin sold in Germany. And these are but a few remarkable occurrences of the 40th World Money Fair...

Krause Publications Announces 2012 Coin of the Year Winners

Krause Publications has announced the winners of its 2012 Coin of the Year Awards. Voting for the People’s Choice Award is still open. The 2012 COTY Awards will be given February 4, 2012, at the World Money Fair in Berlin, Germany...

World Money Fair 2012: Faster – Higher – Stronger

The World Money Fair 2012 in Berlin had only highlights: 15,000 visitors came to the fair, at the gala dinner the World Money Fair Award was given and a Künker auction fetched the highest price ever for a coin in Germany.

Think tank in Liechtenstein

Since decades the Coin Invest Trust in Balzers, Liechtenstein, takes the market by surprise with innovative coins till then unimmaginable. For these products the company has received many prestigious awards. Only recently it was awarded with the prize for the most innovative coin of the “Coin of...

Krause Publications Announces 2013 Coin of the Year Nominees

Krause Publications, a leading producer of coin and paper money books, magazines, events and online products, has announced the nominees for the 2013 Coin of the Year awards.

Dutch coin is Coin of the Year 2013

After the announcement of the winners in the various categories of the Coin of the Year Award the jury has announced as well the overall coin of the year: a Dutch coin featuring a QR barcode.

Krause Publications Announces 2014 Coin of the Year Nominees

Krause Publications has announced the 99 nominees for the 2014 Coin of the Year awards. Each year, the awards honor the best in coin design from around the world. The awards will be presented during a ceremony Feb. 8, 2014, at the World Money Fair in Berlin, Germany.

Krause Publications’ World Coin News Announces 2014 Coin of the Year Winners

France and Australia are the top contenders following the first round of voting for 2014’s Coin of the Year Award sponsored by World Coin News. Both countries take home trophies in two of 10 categories.

Krause Publications’ World Coin News Announces 2014 Coin of the Year Winners

France and Australia are the top contenders following the first round of voting for 2014’s Coin of the Year Award sponsored by World Coin News. Both countries take home trophies in two of 10 categories.

France Wins 2014 Coin of the Year Award

France has won the 2014 Coin of the Year Award. The Monnaie de Paris’ Yves Klein 10-euro silver coin with a distinctive blue hand of the artist against a silver background triumphed Dec. 8 at the conclusion of voting by an international panel of judges.

A Comparison of Search Engines for Coin Prices

Collecting coins sometimes also includes selling them. But how can you find out what a coin is worth? The internet can provide help. We have tested different kinds of search engines.

ArtCAM dominates Coin of the Year Awards

Mints using ArtCAM won the great majority of the awards presented at the Krause Publication’s Coin of Year Awards sponsored by World Coin News and presented at the World Money Fair held in Berlin during February.

Krause Publications Announces 2015 Coin of the Year Nominees

Krause Publications has announced the 94 nominees for its 2015 Coin of the Year awards. The awards will be presented in January at the World Money Fair in Berlin, Germany. For the first time, the public can also vote, independent of the jury’s decision.

Coin of the Year Winners 2015 Announced

Austria is the outstanding winner of the COTY 2015. World Coin News’ international panel of judges has chosen Austrian coins as top coins in three out of ten categories. Now the winner of the winners, the Coin of the Year is going to be chosen.

CIT's 'Crying Wolf' pluri-awarded

The name Coin Invest Trust stands above all for innovative technology. This year, the company from Liechtenstein was particularly successful at the Coin Constellation in Moscow.

Austrian Mint’s Klimt and his Women named Coin of the Year 2015

The Austrian Mint’s 2013 Klimt and his Women 50-euro gold coin has been named Coin of the Year by an international panel of judges. The trophy will be presented January 31, 2015 at the World Money Fair in Berlin, Germany.

Kangaroo meets Ampelmann: Australia is Guest of Honour at World Money Fair

The Royal Australian Mint is this year’s Guest of Honour at Berlin World Money Fair. The Australians have seized the opportunity to celebrate their Mint’s fiftieth birthday. The attendees in Berlin can look forward to very special coins.

Coin of the Year – The Book

It is a legend, this Coin of the Year Award, the annual prize awarded by Krause Publications. Pretty much all other coin prizes are modelled on the COTY. Now, an entire book is devoted to it. Ursula Kampmann has taken a look at it.

Krause Publications Announces 2016 Coin of the Year Nominees

Krause Publications has announced the 100 nominees for the 2016 Coin of the Year awards. The awards will be presented during a ceremony February 6, 2016, at the World Money Fair in Berlin, Germany.

2016 Coin of the Year Awards category winners announced

Krause Publications have announced the winners of the Coin of the Year Award 2016. Like in the previous year, Austria brings home three category awards in the first round of World Coin News’ 2016 COTY voting.

2017 Coin of the Year nominees announced

World Coin News has announced the 100 nominees for the 2017 Coin of the Year awards. Australia and Canada have the most nominations in the annual Coin of the Year Award competition.

2017 Coin of the Year Awards category winners announced

Krause Publications have announced the winners of the Coin of the Year Award 2017. This year Finland and the United States were the top winners bringing home two category awards each.

45 Years of Sino-German Friendship: Commemorative Pandas Struck

In 2017, China and Germany celebrate the 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations. Michael Chou and Künker took this as an occasion to initiate two medals of which the German version was first struck on June 30, 2017.

Polymer Coin Wins IACA Award for Best Coin Innovation

The IACA Excellence in Currency 2017 Coin Awards were conferred during The Coin Conference in Warsaw on October 24, 2017. The German Polymer-coin was awarded the prize for Best Coin Innovation.

2018 Coin of the Year: The Winners

At the World Money Fair Berlin the COTY trophies for 2018 were awarded on 3 February 2018. From the 10 winners of the first round in different categories the international panel of judges chose the Coin of the Year: the 5 euro polymer coin from Germany. Find all winners here.

Impressions of the World Money Fair

330 exhibitors informed roughly 15,000 convention visitors about the newest trends in numismatics at the World Money Fair. Here you’ll find some photographic impressions of the world’s largest coin convention.

How Halloween Became Successful in the German-Speaking World

One of the most popular series of the Liechtenstein-based CIT Coin Invest Ltd. is called “Skulls”. Why is such a dark series so successful? When did “feel-good horror” become a part of everyday life which even found its way into numismatics?

First-Strike Ceremony of 10 Euro Polymer Coin

The 5 euro collector’s coins with incorporated polymer rings have been incredibly popular ever since they were first issued. In 2019, a 10 euro polymer coin will be available for the first time. The first specimens were struck in a ceremony at the Karlsruhe Mint on November 14, 2018.

2019 COTY Nominees Announced

The list of nominees for the 2019 Coin of the Year Award has been published. The winners in each of the 10 categories will be announced and recognized during the World Money Fair in Berlin on February 2, 2019.

Dinner is served! French star chef wins 2019 COTY

At the World Money Fair Berlin the COTY trophies 2019 were awarded on 2 February 2019. The Coin of the Year was the “Best Silver Coin” from France. It is dedicated to the famous chef Guy Savoy and French Excellency in cuisine.