This limited-edition 2015 JFK half dollar is colorized with an image of Pope Francis and encased in a acrylic holder. A beautiful keepsake commemorating the Pope's historic first visit to the United States.
Comes with Certificate of Authenticity along with a narrative itinerary for his visit, including his status as the first pope to address a joint session of the U.S. Congress.
The Eisenhower silver dollar was struck from 1971 to 1974 and was America's largest size dollar coin ever minted for circulation. The U.S. Mint also produced a limited-edition 40% silver coin exclusively for collectors.
Obverse features a portrait of Eisenhower, while the reverse is an adaptation of the official Apollo 11 patch showing an eagle landing on the moon.
The series of 1957 $1 silver certificates was the last of its kind and first issued during Eisenhower's presidency. Silver Certificate holders could actually exchange these notes for silver until 1968.
This fine, legal-tender collection comes in a wallet with fascinating information about the coin and bank note, as well as biographical information about Eisenhower.
This set of JFK half dollars brings together rich color images of a white-tailed deer, a bald eagle, and a gray wolf in a celebration of the American wilderness.
The Kennedy half dollar has been struck each year since 1964, but beginning in 2002, the coins were held from circulation, making them highly popular with collectors all over the world.
Set of 3 coins comes packaged in a handsome gift box.
Designed by Charles Barber and also known as the Liberty Head dime and quarter, both feature the profile of Liberty on the obverse.
Silver Barber coins were minted from 1892-1916, and these 1916 coins reflect the last year that coins of different denominations would ever share the same design. It was also the last time all circulating mint coins were designed by the mint engravers.
0.900 fine silver coins are displayed in a protective portfolio. A rare collectible and a great gift for coin collectors or history buffs.
Considered the most distinctively American of all US coin designs, the Buffalo nickel celebrates the country's westward expansion.
Artist James Earle Fraser used a composite American Indian profile to create the noble obverse, and--as legend has it--used the Central Park Zoo's famous bison, Black Diamond, for the reverse. Minted from 1913-1938, the coin remains a nostalgic favorite.
You'll receive one coin from each in the decade (excluding 1922, in which none were minted), beautifully displayed in a vinyl portfolio.
Pennies today are struck in copper-plated zinc, but before 1983, they were composed of 95% copper. Now, with the rise in copper prices, older pennies are in demand.
Grab a whole pound of pre-1983 circulated Lincoln pennies in "good" condition or better. Sort through this bag to find key dates, mintmarks, and the highly coveted Wheaties inside! All guaranteed to be struck in 95% copper.
Packaged in a mini money bag with Certificate of Authenticity.
Collection From All 3 Mints!
America's entry into WWII had a direct effect on the nation's pennies, spawning some historic and unusual "emergency" coins to save copper for the war effort.
1941 and 1942 pennies were made in the standard 95/10 copper/tin & zinc composition, but the 1943 coins were made in 100% steel to save copper for shell casings and other war-related items. They were the only steel coins in the U.S. history!
In 1944 and 1945, pennies were made with 95% recycled copper from shell cases recovered from battlefields and ships and 5% zinc to save tin for the war. All 1941-1945 coins were made at the U.S. Mints in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco.
5 coins from each mint are enclosed in a handsome display folder.
Just weeks after the first Lincoln cent was minted, the coin was the center of a huge uproar--the designer's initials (VDB) were too big! The coin was pulled and a new initial-free version was minted. Only a limited supply of the VDB pennies exists today, generating great appeal to serious collectors intrigued by its numismatic history.
The set includes both the rare 1909 VDB and the 1909 initial-free version, sonically-sealed in an acrylic case that reveals both the obverse and reverse designs. With Certificate of Authenticity.
Over 100 years old and a symbol of the bygone American Frontier: 20 Indian Head pennies, one from each year 1890-1909.
All are 95% pure copper and in wonderful condition with remarkable detail. Handsomely displayed in a foil embossed portfolio, which includes the coin's illustrious history, and a Certificate of Authenticity.
A unique collectible, certain to be cherished for generations.
The Act of April 22, 1864, which changed the weight and composition of the cent, included a provision for the bronze two-cent piece.
Designed by James B. Longacre, the two-cent piece was one of the shortest-lived issues of United States coinage, struck from 1864-1873. The motto "In God We Trust" appeared for the first time on the new coin due largely to the increased religious sentiment during the Civil War crisis.
This fine collectible comes encapsulated and presented in a velour gift box.
This fascinating collection features 3 types of U.S. currency from the past century--a $2 Federal Reserve Note, the rare "red ink" $2 U.S. Note, and a $1 silver certificate last issued in 1957.
They accounted for nearly all the notes in circulation until November 26, 1965, when the first Federal Reserve Notes were issued, and account for 99% of the bills in circulation today.
Authorized by the Federal Reserve Act of 1913, each note is an obligation of the U.S. Government but is not redeemable in silver. U.S. Notes, called "Legal Tender Notes" until 1873, are "backed by the faith and credit of the U.S. Government."
Displayed in a handsome wood frame.
The Buffalo Nickel was minted from 1913 to 1938 and even today remains a nostalgic favorite.
Artist James Earle Fraser used a composite American Indian profile to create the noble obverse, and depicted docile bison Black Diamond, famous denizen of the Central Park Zoo, on the reverse. This specimen will be graded by the American Alliance Coin Grading Service to be in Extra Fine 40 condition (XF40).
Comes in a sonically sealed acrylic case.