Confederate Currency When the Confederacy seceded from the Union in 1861, it immediately began issuing paper currency. The Confederacy struck no coinage, so paper money was the staple of everyday commerce. Between 1861 and 1865, the Confederate States of America issued over 100 varieties of currency, some very rare, others very affordable. All are colorful and historically important, and feature vignettes of Confederate heroes, officials and buildings. You can find notes portraying Jefferson Davis, Gen.
Ten Dollar Gold Coins Ten Dollar Gold Coins or Eagles were made from 1795 to 1933. Several different types were made as follows: --- Capped Bust to Right, Small Eagle from 1795 to 1797 --- Capped Bust to Right, Heraldic Eagle from 1787 to 1804 --- Liberty Head from 1838 to 1907 --- Indian Head from 1907 to1933. Ten Dollar Gold Coins were made in all the operating mints of the time and many rare and scarce dates exist. Ten Dollar Gold Coin Indian Liberty Found 11 items 1843-O. NGC. AU -53 . $1 ,995 .00
Australian Kookaburras Kookaburras are very popular one ounce silver coins that sell for a modest premium over their ‘melt’ value. The obverse features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II while the reverse shows the Australian Kookaburra. The Kookaburra is a bird known as the ‘Laughing Jackasses of Australia’ that inhabits the woodland area of the eastern and south western region of the country. Australian Kookaburras Modern Silver Coins View All $10 $2 $30 Half Dollar One Dollar One Ounce 2 Dollars Koala
Seated Liberty Half Dollars eated Liberty Half Dollars were minted from 1839 to 1891. They were made in Philadelphia, New Orleans, and San Francisco. Many minor design changes were made over the years. There are many scarce and rare dates in the Seated Liberty Half Dollar series. Seated Liberty Half Dollar Found 38 items 1840. PCGS. XF-45. $399.00 CAC. Reverse of 1839. Well detailed with nice mottled toning. Item #208701 (1 / 38) 1844-O. PCGS. AU -55 . $6 ,995 .00 Doubled Date. A very neat variety as the
Mint Sets From 1947 to the present, the U.S. Mint has produced Mint Sets. These are specially packaged sets of uncirculated examples of all the coins issued during that year for regular circulation. In other words, Mint Sets contain the coins from each mint and denomination that were issued for general use in a given year. In addition to regular Mint Sets, Special Mint Sets were issued from 1965 to 1967. Proof Sets were not made in those years and the coins used in the set were clearly a cut above the
China Silver Chinese Silver Panda’s are arguably the most beautiful one ounce silver coin minted. They are also extremely popular! China Silver Modern Silver Coins View All Panda Panda Large Date Panda Small Date Panda Small Twig Small Date View All First Release Half Ounce Half Ounce - 5 Yuan One Kilogram One Ounce Pandas Quarter Ounce 1 Ounce 10 Yuan 3 Yuan 5 Ounce Found 60 items 1987. CPF. Panda. 5 Ounce. $349.00 50 Yuan. Golden violet peripheral toning on the obverse. Housed in capsule. Item #214603
Australian Lunars Australian Lunars are beautiful coins that celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year. Australian Lunars Modern Silver Coins View All $2 $30 Dollar One Dollar One Dollar One DOllar 1 Dollar 10 Pound 50 Cent 50 Cents 8 Dollar Found 23 items 2000. One Dollar. GEM. $79.00 Dragon. One Ounce. .999 fine. Series 1. Item #209308 (1 / 23) 2000. 50 Cents. GEM. $49.95 Dragon. Half Ounce. .999 fine. Series 1. Item #209315 (2 / 23) 2001. One Dollar. GEM. $99.50 Snake. One Ounce. .999 fine. Series 1.
Britannias The Two Pound Britannia is Great Britain’s one ounce pure silver coin. The ‘Two Pound’ refers to the denomination rather than the weight . Britannias Modern Silver Coins 10 Pound 2 Pounds Found 18 items 1998. 2 Pounds. GEM. $95.00 One Ounce. Item #206631 (1 / 18) 1999. 2 Pounds. GEM. $95.00 One Ounce. Item #206632 (2 / 18) 2000. 2 Pounds. GEM. $69.95 Item #208931 (3 / 18) 2001. 2 Pounds. GEM. $149.00 Item #208926 (4 / 18) 2002. 2 Pounds. GEM. $75.00 One Ounce. Item #206633 (5 / 18) 2003. 2
Lincoln Cents Victor D. Brenner designed the Lincoln Cent and his initials appeared on the reverse for a limited time during the first year of issue. The San Francisco issue for the first year, with his initials, is one of the most recognized of all U.S. coins – the 1909-S V.D.B. Lincoln Cents were issued with a Wheat Ears reverse from 1909 to 1958. From 1959 to the present they have been made with a Memorial reverse. In 2009, the 200th anniversary of Lincoln’s birth, the Mint is planning to introduce a new
Two and a Half Dollar Gold Coins Two and a Half Dollar Gold Coins were made from 1796 to 1929 with several different types as follows: --- Capped Bust to Right from 1796 to 1807 --- Capped Bust to Left in 1808 --- Capped Head to Left, large diameter from 1821 to 1827 --- Capped Head to Left, reduced diameter from1829 to 1834 --- Classic Head from 1834 to 1839 --- Liberty Head from 1849 to 1907 --- Indian Head from 1908 to 1929. Lots of rare dates exist with all the early coins, before 1834, bringing