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Memorable U.S. Coins
$24.98
Seldom Seen!

This collection includes some extraordinary U.S. coins seldom seen today! Each is a historic collector's item with a memorable design.

You get a Mercury dime composed of 90% silver, a 1943 Lincoln steel penny, a buffalo-head nickel, a 1976 Washington Bicentennial quarter--the first commemorative quarter issued for circulation--and an Eisenhower dollar coin--the largest-sized dollar coin issued for circulation!

Coins come presented in a handsome display folio with history for each. Mint years vary unless otherwise noted.
Founding Fathers Two Dollar Bill
$17.98
Honoring the men responsible for setting forth the tenets of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness upon which our country was established!

Historic collectible is a genuine, uncirculated $2 bill, selected from sealed currency packs. The high-quality colorization overlay transforms it into a work of art sure to be cherished for generations.

Displayed in a double-framed vinyl folio with Certificate of Authenticity.
Walking Liberty Silver Three Coin Set
$49.98
The Walking Liberty half-dollar, issued from 1916-1947, was designed by sculptor Adolph A. Weinman, and featured a striding Lady Liberty wrapped in an American flag on obverse.

The Standing Liberty quarter, designed by Hermon MacNeil, was struck from 1916-1930, and featured Lady Liberty with armor and shield.

The Mercury dime, another exquisite Weinman design, was issued from 1916-1945 and got its name after obverse depiction of a winged Lady Liberty was confused with the Roman god Mercury.

Each coin in this set of 3 is composed of 90% silver, rated "good" or better, and individually encapsulated within a collector's gift box. Mint years vary.
Vanishing U.S. Coins
$18.98
Get them while you can!

This set of 4 US coins includes a wartime 1943 Lincoln steel penny--only issued for one year, an 1883-1912 Liberty Head nickel designed to pay tribute to the nation's original colonies, a 1913-1938 Buffalo nickel created to celebrate our country's westward expansion, and a 1916-1945 silver Mercury dime--a symbol of America's new spirit.

Includes plastic display case with Certificate of Authenticity. Mint years vary unless otherwise noted.
Indian Head Penny Collection
$39.98
This coin with its fascinating and rich heritage features James B. Longacre's design of Lady Liberty in Native American headdress on the obverse. Popular legend holds that Longacre used his young daughter as inspiration. The reverse depicts an oak wreath and small shield.

Coins are .950 copper/.050 tin-zinc, and were struck between 1859 & 1909, minted at both Philadelphia & San Francisco.

Set of 10 coins with varying dates includes blue velour pouch. This item is non-returnable.
Deluxe Six Coin Set
$99.98
The Barber Half Dollar--a.k.a. the Liberty Head Half Dollar--was issued from 1892-1915, and the Barber Quarter and Barber Dime were both issued from 1892-1916.

The Walking Liberty half-dollar, issued from 1916-1947, was designed by sculptor Adolph A. Weinman, and featured a striding Lady Liberty wrapped in an American flag on obverse.

The Standing Liberty quarter, designed by Hermon MacNeil, was struck from 1916-1930, and featured Lady Liberty with armor and shield.

The Mercury dime, another exquisite Weinman design, was issued from 1916-1945 and got its name after obverse depiction of a winged Lady Liberty was confused with the Roman god Mercury.

Each coin in this set of 6 is composed of 90% silver, rated "good" or better, and individually encapsulated within a collector's giftbox. Mint years vary.
Odd Shaped Coins Of The World Collection
$12.98
Fascinating collection features unique coins from all corners of the world with shapes never found in U.S. Mint coins.

Set of 10 includes a beautiful array of shapes, colors, languages, and symbols representing religions, historical figures, and events of the world.

Displayed in a sealed acrylic case that offers views of obverse and reverse of all coins. Includes Certificate of Authenticity. Mint years vary.
Silver Barber Three Coin Set
$49.98
Beginning in 1892, Charles E. Barber, United States Bureau of the Mint Chief Engraver, created a series of coins that have come to bear his name.

The Barber Half Dollar--a.k.a. the Liberty Head Half Dollar--was issued from 1892-1915, and the Barber Quarter and Barber Dime were both issued from 1892-1916.

All coins in this giftboxed set of 3 feature Lady Liberty donned in a Phrygian cap on the obverse, and are composed of 90% silver with a rating of "good" or better.

Coins are individually encapsulated within a collector's gift box. Mint years vary.
Barber And Mercury Silver Dime Set
$29.98
The Barber dime, named after its designer, Charles E. Barber, was issued from 1892-1916. Lady Liberty wears a Phrygian cap and laurel wreath on dime's obverse, and wreath-encircled "One Dime" on reverse.

The Mercury dime, issued from 1916-1945, got its name after obverse depiction of a winged Lady Liberty was confused with the Roman god Mercury.

This stunning set of 2 coins includes one of each dime, composed of 90% silver, rated "good" or better, individually encapsulated and collectively giftboxed. Mint years vary.
Veterans Two Dollar Bill
$17.98
Honoring the men and women who served our country, this historic collectible features colorized images of the US flag, an American eagle, and a set of dogtags.

The genuine, uncirculated $2 bill, selected from sealed currency packs, has undergone a high-quality colorization overlay, transforming it into a work of art. Displayed in a double-framed vinyl folio with Certificate of Authenticity.

Present it to someone to show your appreciation for their dedicated service.

Click here to see our entire Military collection!
Walking Liberty Half Dollar Mint Mark Collection
$98.98
The 90% silver Walking Liberty was America's half dollar during one of the most turbulent periods in history from WWI, though the Great Depression, to WWII. It is revered as one of America's most beautiful coins featuring the designs of Adolph A. Weinman.

Obverse depicts Lady Liberty elegantly draped in an American flag, holding laurel branches to represent military power, and oak to represent civil glory.Eagle with raised wings on reverse.

Set of 3 coins rated "good" or better, one each from Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco Mints. Coins are individually encapsulated and are presented in a leatherette gift box. Includes Certificate of Authenticity. Mint years vary.
Three Cent Nickel
$69.98
The 3-cent coin--an unusual denomination almost unknown to today's collectors--was first struck in 1851, created to make it easier to buy a single 3-cent postage stamp.

In 1865, during the Civil War silver shortage, the U.S. Mint started making these coins in a copper-nickel alloy, leading to its "nickel" name.

When the stamp price dropped to 2 cents in 1883, this coin was no longer needed, and the last 3-cent piece was struck in 1889.

Each coin is encapsulated in a sonically sealed slab to protect it for future generations. Mint years vary.
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