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U.S. Coins

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    1840-1907 Cornet Liberty $2 1/2 Gold Certified MS-62

    Only 12.2 million of the $2 ½ Coronet Liberty quarter eagle gold coins were struck over seven decades. That’s vastly fewer than the Liberty gold coins of the same period — and even lower than the very short-lived 1849-1854 Coronet...

    Was: $795.00
    Now: $595.00
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    1859 & 1869 Indian Head Cent Pair Good

    1859 Indian Head Cent Good. This first copper-nickel Indian Head issue was originally called "the nickel" because at the time pennies were the only coins that contained nickel in American commerce. The composition was altered a few years later due to...

    Was: $220.00
    Now: $169.00
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    U.S. 1859-2017 Cent Type Set Good to Brilliant Uncirculated 10 Coins

    1859-2017 Cent Type Set 10 Coins Good to Brilliant Uncirculated

    In 2009 the U.S. Mint issued new designs for the cent in honor of the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth and a new reverse design was introduced in 2010. To celebrate, we're offering a 9-coin set of major U.S. penny types from the past century...

    Was: $65.00
    Now: $49.00
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  • 1865 One Cent, Two Cent and Three Cent Trio

    As unbelievable as it seems today, in 1865 the U.S. Mint produced 1 cent, 2 cent and 3 cent coins! The Indian Head cent (1859-1909) had recently been transitioned to copper, as nickel was in demand for the Civil War. Copper 2 cent Shield pieces...

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    1873-1885 Trade Dollar Very Fine

    As one of the most unusual coins in our history, these big silver dollars were struck for use primarily for the purpose of export trade with Asia. Before its creation, the preferred coin was the Mexican silver 8 reales, which contained more silver...

    Was: $469.00
    Now: $369.00
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  • U.S. Seated Liberty Dime 1875-1878 Carson City Good

    1875-1878 Seated Liberty Silver Dime Carson City Good

    The greatest silver discovery in American history occurred at the Comstock Lode in Nevada, near the state's small capital Carson City (named after the legendary frontiersman Kit Carson). Because of its proximity to the silver bonanza of the Comstock...

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