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U.S. Type Coins

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    1864-1871 Two Cent Piece Good

    U.S. 1864-1871 Two Cent Piece. Yes, there once was a real U.S. 2 cent piece! This short-lived and long-obsolete coin introduced the first inscription of In God We Trust. The motto appeared because of increased religious sentiment during the Civil War. By...

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  • 1864-1871 Two Cent Piece Fine

    This curious two cent piece was introduced during the Civil War, after a severe coin shortage developed. It's a great collector favorite today, partly because it was the first coin to carry the inscription In God We Trust. In its short minting span a...

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    U.S. 1865-1889 Three Cent Nickel Good

    1865-1889 Three Cent Nickel Good

    U.S. 1865-1889 Liberty 3 Cent Nickel. Obsolete for well over a century, this historic coin was introduced after the Civil War, when super-hard nickel was no longer needed for armaments. Only 32 million ever existed. Even in their own day there weren't...

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  • U.S. 1865-1889 Three Cent Nickel Fine

    1865-1889 Three Cent Nickel Fine

    U.S. 1865-1889 Liberty 3 Cent Nickel. Obsolete for well over a century, this historic coin was introduced after the Civil War, when super-hard nickel was no longer needed for armaments. Only 32 million ever existed. Even in their own day there weren't...

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  • U.S. 1851-1873 Three Cent Silver Good

    1851-1873 Three Cent Silver Good

    There had long been a shortage in commerce of big copper pennies. So in 1851 Congress issued silver 3 cent pieces, convenient for buying then new 3 cent postage stamps. The obverse design was a distinct departure from previous issues, featuring a unique...

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  • U.S. 1851-1873 Three Cent Silver Fine

    1851-1873 Three Cent Silver Fine

    The 1851-1855 silver 3 cent piece (or trime) was useful in buying standard 3 cent stamps in its day. It has a distinctive shield within star obverse and Roman numeral III within C (100) reverse. Date of our choice.14mm

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  • U.S. 1829-1837 Capped Bust 1/2 Dime Fine

    1829-1837 Capped Bust 1/2 Dime Fine

    The silver half dime enjoys the distinction of being the first coin denomination struck by the fledgling U.S. Mint, in 1794. The 1829-1837 type presents a buxom Liberty wearing a large liberty cap, the ancient emblem of hard-won freedom; eagle with...

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