From the 1913 Liberty Head nickel to the $1 million penny minted in 1792, American coins have a value that’s unmatched by many other global currencies. However, the key to a solid, valuable coin collection is to diversify with a mix of American and foreign currencies. By combining the two types of coins, you can […]
Fossil formation is one of the most interesting things to learn about. Fossils are perhaps the most important link to the plants and animals that called Earth home millions of years before humans existed. When fossils form in rocks, archeologists, paleontologists, and other scientists can discover what led to the rise and fall of species, […]
Perhaps you watched “Jurassic Park” a few too many times or you’ve just always had a fascination with fossils. Either way, you’re always searching for a way to indulge the amateur archeologist within you. Museums provide some insight into archeology and fossils, but nothing is more exciting than finding the preserved remains of plants and […]
BBC NEWS – World | By Reality Check team -BBC News | June 4, 2018 New details have emerged about the San Jose, a Spanish galleon sunk by British ships 300 years ago. The vessel was said to be transporting gold, silver and precious gems collected in the South American colonies to be shipped to Spain’s King Philip […]
BBC NEWS – ENGLAND – SUSSEX | August 23, 2017 A British man is facing up to three years in a Turkish prison for trying to take home some ancient coins found on the seabed during a family holiday. Toby Robyns, 52, an ambulance driver from Southwick, in West Sussex, was arrested as he made […]
BBC NEWS – Business | By Kevin Peachey, Personal finance reporter | July 26, 2017 Consumers have less than three months to spend, bank or donate round £1 coins as the new 12-sided version outnumbers the old for the first time. The Treasury says there are now more of the new £1 coins, which first […]
BBC NEWS – US & Canada | July 20, 2017 Watch Video Playtime turned prehistoric for a 10-year-old boy who tripped – and then realized he had just stumbled over a fossil. Courtesy of New Mexico State University.