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1916 - 1945 90% Silver Mercury Dimes BU (Mixed Dates and Mint Marks) .10c BU
1916 - 1945 90% Silver Mercury Dimes BU (Mixed Dates and Mint Marks) .10c BU
1916 - 1945 90% Silver Mercury Dimes BU (Mixed Dates and Mint Marks)

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1980 Us Mint Proof 6 Coin Set Original Box
1980 Us Mint Proof 6 Coin Set Original Box
1980 Us Mint Proof 6 Coin Set Original Box

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1917 - 1930 Standing Liberty Silver Quarter 25c Average Circulated
1917 - 1930 Standing Liberty Silver Quarter 25c Average Circulated
1917-1930 Standing Liberty Silver Quarter Average Circulated Condition One Coin Per Purchase

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1878 - 1935 Morgan or Peace Silver Dollar Culls (Mixed Dates and Mint Marks) $1 Cull
1878 - 1935 Morgan or Peace Silver Dollar Culls (Mixed Dates and Mint Marks) $1 Cull
1878- 1935 Morgan or Peace Silver Dollar Culls (Mixed Dates and Mint Marks)

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2017 American Silver Eagle American Silver Eagle $1 Brilliant Uncirculated US Mint
2017 American Silver Eagle American Silver Eagle $1 Brilliant Uncirculated US Mint
The U.S. Mint is excited to announce the 2017 release of their American Silver Eagle bullion coin. As the official silver bullion coin of the United States, the coin was first introduced into the market in 1986 after the 1985 Liberty Coin Act approved its mintage. With a demand-based production, the coveted coin has skyrocketed in popularity among investors and collectors in the past decade, and it is estimated that more than 44 million American Silver Eagles were struck and sold in 2014 alone. The 2017 American Silver Eagle bullion coin is comprised of one troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver and contains a .07% addition of copper to increase the coin's resilience. It has a face value of US$1 and is government-backed legal tender. Both the U.S. Mint and the U.S. government guarantee the purity, weight, and content of the IRA-eligible American Silver Eagle bullion coin. In 1915, the U.S. Mint enlisted the expertise of Sculptor Adolph A. Weinman, a student of the famous Augustus Saint-Gaudens, to help with the redesign of all American silver coins. One particular design, Weinman's "Walking Liberty," which originally appeared on the first U.S. half-dollar silver coin that circulated from 1916 to 1947, has been restored and remodeled in a depiction that graces the obverse of the American Silver Eagle. In the scene, a confident Lady Liberty proudly marches toward the westward setting sun. The American flag billows around her shoulders, and she carries laurel and oak branches in her left arm, symbolizing American civil and military glory. The mint year is inscribed underneath Lady Liberty's forward-moving foot, and the phrase "In God We Trust" is boldly engraved in the open space located on the lower right corner of the image. Large capital letters arch across the top of the coin, spelling out the word "Liberty," and further encapsulating the design's intentions to express U.S. symbolism. The American Silver Eagle is 40.6 mm in diameter and 2.98 mm thick.

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Handbook of United States Coins 2018: The Official Blue Book, Paperback
Handbook of United States Coins 2018: The Official Blue Book, Paperback
Since 1942, coin dealers have used the annual Handbook of United States Coins—the OFFICIAL BLUE BOOK—to make buying offers. You can use it to find out how much your coins are worth! The Blue Book's price listing offer a real-world look at the coin market, gathered from dealers around the country. Coverage includes colonial and early American coins, federal coins (half cents through gold double eagles), commemoratives, Proof sets, die varieties, private and territorial gold, tokens, the newest Presidential dollars, National Park quarters, bullion coins, and much more. More than 24,000 prices in multiple grades. Easy-to-follow coin-grading instructions. Coins and tokens from the 1600s to today. Historical information. Hundreds of detailed, actual-size photos. How to start a coin collection. Detailed mintage records, and much more.

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1878 - 1935 Morgan and Peace Dollar Silver Mixed Dates and Mint Marks Please See Description
1878 - 1935 Morgan and Peace Dollar Silver Mixed Dates and Mint Marks Please See Description
You will receive one peace cull and one morgan dollar cull for a total of two coins per purchase Cull refers to the quality of the coin

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1920
1920
Forty seven wheat cents, one Indian head cent, one steel war cent and one Buffalo nickel. Comes in a velour gift bag. Makes a great gift for the coin collector or yourself. Own a piece of history.

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1878 S Morgan Dollar BU $1 Brilliant Uncirculated
1878 S Morgan Dollar BU $1 Brilliant Uncirculated
George T. Morgan's classic design makes the Morgan Dollar highly desirable to collectors and investors around the world. The Morgan Silver Dollar is the most popular Silver dollar in the world.

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1963 U.S. Franklin 90% Silver Half Dollar - Mint State Condition
1963 U.S. Franklin 90% Silver Half Dollar - Mint State Condition
A silver U.S. Franklin half dollar from 1963. These coins are in Mint State Brilliant Uncirculated condition, with no wear and strong luster. The obverse side of the coin features a portrait of Benjamin Franklin, notable eccentric and Founding Father. The reverse side of the coin features the Liberty Bell. The Franklin half dollar series was the successor of the Walking Liberty half dollar series and the predecessor of the Kennedy half dollar series. The coin was the brainchild of U.S. Mint director Nellie Ross, an admirer of Franklin, who felt a replacement was needed for the "outdated" Walking Liberty design (first minted in 1916). After the first draft of the Franklin half design was completed, the Mint realized that a law from 1873 dictated that all coins of higher value than a dime must feature an eagle within their design. Rather than abandoning the Liberty Bell reverse, the Mint decided to insert a small eagle to the right of the bell. As some historians noted, Franklin himself would have disapproved of the coin, as he opposed featuring portraits of men on the first American coins and instead favored coin designs featuring thought-inspiring proverbs. Each coin measures 30.6mm in diameter, weighs 12.5g, and is made of .900 fine silver

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