Silver, Gold American Eagles Most Counterfeited Bullion Coins

Since 1986 when the United States Mint first introduced silver and gold American Eagle bullion coins, they have been top sellers in the United States as well as around the world. A new survey conducted by the Anti-Counterfeiting Task Force indicates the popular U.S....

Man pleads guilty to selling, importing fakes; impersonating agent

ACTF plays key role in investigation and provides experts to identify fakes A New Jersey man admitted June 25 to impersonating a federal agent while selling counterfeit coins and bars and unlawfully importing counterfeit coins and bars into the United States,...

Greg Allen new ACTF Steering Committee chair

World Mint Work Group joining anti-counterfeiting effort Industry Council for Tangible Assets Chairman Philip N. Diehl has announced the appointment of Greg Allen as chair of the Anti-Counterfeiting Task Force Steering Committee. ACTF Steering Committee members serve...

Alabama Becomes 37th State with a Sales-Tax Exemption

On Tuesday, March 6, 2018, Alabama governor Kay Ivey signed into law Senate Bill 156 to exempt the gross proceeds from the sales of gold, silver, platinum, and palladium bullion, and money from sales and use tax for five years. The law is a sales-and-use tax exemption...

ICTA appoints seven to non-profit foundation board

The Board of Directors of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets has appointed seven industry leaders to guide the Anti-Counterfeiting Educational Foundation (ACEF), the non- profit organization recently formed to receive contributions to support the work of its...

North Carolina Dealer Honored with Service Award

Industry Council for Tangible Assets dealer member Mitch Hyatt (Hyatt Coin and Gun Shop, Charlotte, North Carolina) was honored during the ICTA dinner and update cruise aboard the Yacht StarShip II in Tampa, Florida, on January 3 as the recipient of the 2017 Diane...

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