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Star Trek The Next Generation 30th Anniversary Currency Sets
Debuting in 1987, STAR TREK The Next Generation ushered in a new era of courageous Starfleet officers and crew aboard a 24th-century U.S.S. Enterprise.

Celebrate the popular sci-fi show's 30th anniversary with these commemorative currency sets from The Franklin Mint! Includes one each $2 bill and half-dollar coin featuring full-color overlays depicting The Next Generation Crew and Enterprise, or Captain Picard.

Sets are presented in custom folios with one Certificate of Authenticity per set.

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Red, Blue, And Green Seal Bank Notes
Today's paper currency consists of Federal Reserve Notes with green Treasury seals. In the past, Americans used several different types of currency, each with a distinctively colored Treasury seal.

This collection features 3 types of paper currency with different colored seals and serial numbers.

You get one each: $5 red-seal U.S. Note dated 1963 or earlier, featuring Abraham Lincoln on front, and Lincoln Memorial on back; $2 green-seal Federal Reserve Note dated 1976 or later, with Thomas Jefferson on front and illustration honoring the signing of Declaration of Independence in 1776; and $1 blue-seal Silver Certificate (notes once backed by $1 in silver bullion in the U.S. Treasury) dated 1957 or earlier.

Collection arrives in handsome folio for display with historical information.
World's Largest Silver Certificate
All U.S. paper currency printed prior to 1928 were known as "horse blankets" or "saddle blankets" due to their large size.

Although similar in design to the dollar bills of today, the large-sized notes were almost one third larger than the smaller bills printed after 1928. Featuring the familiar portrait of George Washington, painted by famed artist Gilbert Stuart.

Introduced by an Act of Congress in 1878, Silver Certificates were backed by Silver held in the U.S. Treasury and could actually be redeemed for exactly $1 of silver bullion until June 24, 1968.

Silver Certificate is presented on an acrylic wall frame and can be viewed on both sides. Includes Certificate of Authenticity.
2017 Buffalo 50 Dollar Tribute Proof
Few coins have created such a stir or have been as eagerly sought by collectors as the $50 gold buffalo coin based on the reversed buffalo nickel circulated from 1913-1938.

This 14 mg. 2017 tribute proof features the American buffalo against a mirror-like background on reversed with classic Indian head (marked COPY) on obverse.

Proof is 24-kt. gold-clad bronze, arrives encapsulated, and includes Certificate of Authenticity.

A beautiful collectible (no monetary value).
JFK Centennial Celebration Coin
Celebrate the days of Camelot once again, and what would have been our 35th President's 100th birthday!

Colorized Kennedy half-dollar coin is encased in acrylic. This genuine legal-tender collectible includes display stand.
MLB Derek Jeter Retirement Silver Coin Card
Officially licensed MLB coin card commemorates the Yankees retiring Derek Jeter's #2 jersey on May 14, 2017.

Silver-plated 39mm coin arrives in a acrylic holder with commemorative card featuring action images of the legendary shortstop throughout his career along with his accomplishments as a New York Yankee.

Limited edition of 10,000 and proudly made in USA.
Star Trek 50th Anniversary 24K Gold Aurum Note
Celebrate the golden anniversary of the STAR TREK original crew with 24K gold!

Using a proprietary process, very thin and precise quantities of gold are accumulated between layers of polyester film to compose a 1/10 gram Aurum note, a stunning canvas for the historic Starfleet crew.

Arrives in a custom folio with Certificate of Authenticity. From The Franklin Mint.

Note is not legal tender.

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Jefferson Buffalo Nickels Roll
In 2005, the U.S. Mint released a magnificent new, one-time-only commemorative nickel honoring the 200th anniversary of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, and it was the first buffalo nickel since the classic series run from 1913-1938.

You get 40 commemorative 2005 Jefferson Buffalo nickels in original government packaging, with obverse design featuring an updated portrait of Jefferson alongside the word "Liberty" in his handwriting, and unique reverse Buffalo design on back.
Last Minted Coin Collection
Rendered obsolete either by design or by composition, the genuine U.S. coins in this collection constitute a numismatic conversation piece. Each comes from that particular coin's last year of production.

Set of 5 coins includes a 1958 Wheat Ear cent, 95% copper 1982 Lincoln Memorial cent, 35% silver 1945 wartime Jefferson nickel, 1945 silver Mercury dime, and 1964 silver Roosevelt dime.

Presented in a leatherette display case and includes one Certificate of Authenticity containing historical details for all coins.
Indian Cent Headdress Pendant Necklace
The Native American headdress was reserved for the most powerful members of the tribe.

Burnished silvertone headdress pendant with turquoise howlite beads surrounds a genuine United States Indian Head Cent. Pendant is and hangs from a silvertone cable chain with lobster-claw clasp.

Includes Certificate of Authenticity. Mint years vary.
Barber Three Coin Set With V Nickel
Heirloom-quality collection includes set of 3 Barber coins, all with obverse images of Lady Liberty.

The Barber quarter and Barber dime, issued from 1892-1916, both feature Lady Liberty on obverse, wearing a Phrygian cap and laurel wreath with "Liberty" stamped across the band.

Quarter's reverse design is an adaptation of the United States seal, and dime's reverse depicts a wreath of foliage and produce surrounding "One Dime".

The liberty "V" nickel was first minted in 1883 and last struck over 100 years ago, with obverse portrait of Lady Liberty surrounded by 13 stars, and reverse Roman numeral "V" encircled within a wreath.

Coins are individually encapsulated and collectively giftboxed. Mint years vary.
America's Timelss Coins
The 3 classic coins in this collection disappeared from circulation long ago, but they're treasured for their timeless designs and unique place in American history.

You get a Buffalo nickel--issued 1913-1938, Mercury dime--issued 1916-1945 AND composed of 90% silver, and Lincoln Steel Penny--issued in 1943--the ONLY steel coin in history!

Arrives in custom folio with Certificate of Authenticity. Mint years vary.
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