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U.S. Type Coins

  • 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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  • 1964 Cent, Nickel and Dime Proof Trio

    1964 Cent, Nickel and Dime Proof Trio

    In 1964, Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act, poverty and war were highlighted on the daily news and America grieved the loss of John F. Kennedy. Pop culture gave us the Beatles, Muhammad Ali and Bob Dylan. The year also made numismatic history as...

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  • U.S. 1800-1808 Draped Bust Half Cent Good

    1800-1808 Draped Bust Half Cent Good

    The all-copper U.S. half cent could purchase a number of items in its day. And it was convenient in making change for the Spanish-American silver real (royal), which retained legal-tender status in the U.S.A. as a 12_ cent coin until 1857. Much bigger...

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  • U.S. 1809-1835 Classic Head Half Cent Good

    1809-1835 Classic Head Half Cent Good

    Substantially larger than modern U.S. cents, 100% copper half cents could buy any number of items in early 19th century America. And they made change for the Spanish-American silver real, which had legal tender status in the U.S.A. as a 12 1/2 cent piece...

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  • 1809-1836 Classic Head Half Cent Fine

    The U.S. half cent was produced intermittently for six decades, but mintages were often interrupted and existing issues melted for their 100% copper content. Today, this denomination seems a true oddity, but it could buy any number of useful items in...

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  • U.S. 1849-1857 Braided Hair Half Cent Good

    1849-1857 Braided Hair Half Cent Good

    The all-copper U.S. half cent could purchase a number of items in its day. And it was convenient in making change for the Spanish-American silver real (royal), which retained legal-tender status in the U.S.A. as a 12_ cent coin until 1857. Much bigger...

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